Chalcolithic period

Chalcolithic period

the copper and stone age, regarded as occurring in the period 5000 BC to 3500 BC.
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The settlement belongs to the Chalcolithic period, dating to 5,000 BC.
These names have been around on the island from the Chalcolithic period right through to the present.
Hebron is one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world and ancient Hebron is identified with Jebel er-Rumeideh dating from the Chalcolithic period (circa 4000-3000 BC) down to the Umayyad period (661-750 AD), UNESCO said.
But seven months after the dedication ceremony, the laboratories remain empty, construction dust coats the signage, and the inaugural display of life during the Chalcolithic Period has been partly dismantled.
Large jars from the Chalcolithic period -- a transitional phase between the Neolithic and the Bronze Age -- are also on display.
In fifteen chapters Bar seeks to describe the end of the Chalcolithic period and the beginning of the Early Bronze Age (EB) in this particular part of what the author calls the "Lower Jordan Valley.
She said that in Makran her team had shown some link among the chalcolithic period.
Objective: This project examines the radical social changes which took place in the South-western Mediterranean basin during the Neolithic and the beginning of the Chalcolithic period, and specifically the interactions between North Africa and the southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula across the Straits of Gibraltar.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Ongoing excavations at the GE-vercinkayasy Tumulus, in Aksaray province, are shedding light on the urban, socioeconomic and sociopolitical life in the Middle Chalcolithic Period (c.
A temple high up in the hills overlooking the sea dates back to the Chalcolithic period (between 4500 and 3500 BCE).
They found evidence of ancient settlements from two eras: the Pre-Pottery Neolithic period and the Early Chalcolithic period (seventh millennium BCE.
The conference which gave rise to these proceedings was called to clarify the historical processes that led to the development of abundant and complex relations between the two regions during a time span bounded by the end of the Chalcolithic Period and the dawn of the Iron Age.