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Tails of animism: a joint burial of humans and foxes in Pre-Pottery Neolithic Motza, Israel
Reshef, H.; Anton, M.; Bocquentin, F.; Vardi, J.; Khalaily, H.; Davis, L.; Bar-Oz, G.; Marom, N. (2019). Tails of animism: a joint burial of humans and foxes in Pre-Pottery Neolithic Motza, Israel. Antiquity 93(371): e28. https://dx.doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.165
In: Antiquity. Department of Archaeology, Durham University: York. ISSN 0003-598x; e-ISSN 1745-1744, more
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  • Reshef, H.
  • Anton, M.
  • Bocquentin, F.
  • Vardi, J.
  • Khalaily, H.
  • Davis, L.
  • Bar-Oz, G.
  • Marom, N.

Abstract
    The recent discovery of a Late/Final Pre-Pottery Neolithic B burial of an adult and two children associated with fox bones at the site of Motza, Israel, demonstrates the broader socio-cultural perspective, and possibly continued animistic world views, of Neolithic foragers at the onset of the agricultural revolution.

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