Master of Arts (MA)
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Investigations at the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB) Village of Ghwair I in the Wadi Feinan in Southern Jordan have yielded important information concerning the development of social structure during the early Neolithic. The architecture at the site becomes more complex throughout occupation exhibiting more compartmentalization along with the emergence of certain special structures. This along with the location of certain key artifacts and an infant burial in association with the architecture all indicate that the social structure became more complex throughout PPNB occupation. This further corroborates the association between sedentism, domestication, demographic changes and an increase in social complexity.
Architecture; Ghwair Implications; Jordan; Jordan; Ppnb; Social
Archaeology; Ethnology; Architecture
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Ladah, Ramzy, "The social implications of the architecture at Ppnb Ghwair I" (2006). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 1956.
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