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In Memoriam
Geneviève Dollfus (1938-2020) par A.-M. Tillier, B. Vandermeersch et V. de Castéja Ofer Bar-Yosef (1937-2020) par B. Vandermeersch, L. Meignen, A.-M. Tillier et F. Valla
Paul Sanlaville (1933-2021) by B. Geyer, R. Dalongeville, S. Muhesen, M. Traboulsi et É. Coqueugniot

Dossier thématique/Thematic issuecoordonné par/coordinated by F. Le Mort and A.-M. Tillier

Les populations du Proche-Orient et des régions voisines :
évolution du régime alimentaire et de l’état de santé de la néolithisation au Bronze ancien
The populations of the Near East and nearby regions:
evolution of diet and health status from the Neolithization to the Early Bronze Age

J. Guilaine, Préface
A.-M. Tillier, Aspects of health status in Pre-Sedentism Populations of Southwestern Asia. Evidence from Qafzeh Site, Lower Galilee
J.  Stutz,  F.  Bocquentin,  B.  Chamel  and  M.  Anton,  The  Effects  of  Early  Childhood  Stress  on  Mortality under Neolithization in the Levant: New Perspectives on Health Disparities in the Transition to Agriculture
Hershkovitz, R. Sarig and H. May, Trends in Ancient Populations’ Osteobiography during the Holocene: the Levantine Perspective
Chamel, Dental health status changes during the Neolithisation in Syria: a diachronic perspective (9,820-6,000 cal. BC)J. O. Baker, B. Chamel and O. Dutour, New paleopathological evidence of the presence of tuberculosis in immature skeletal remains from Tell Aswad (8,730-8,290 BC cal., Southern Syria)
F. Le Mort and H. Duday, Probable Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis (DISH) in Pre-Pottery Neolithic Cyprus: Evidence from Khirokitia
Y. S. Erdal, Tooth as a Tool: Activity Induced Dental Abrasion in Prehistoric Anatolia
E.  Herrscher,  M.  Poulmarc’h,  G.  Palumbi,  S.  Paz,  E.  Rova,  G.  Gogochuri,  C.  Longford,  M.  Jalabadze,
L. Bitadze, N. Vanishvili, F. Le Mort, C. Chataigner, R. Badalyan and G. André, Dietary practices, cultural and social identity in the Early Bronze Age Southern Caucasus: The case of the Kura-Araxes culture
F. Le Mort et A.-M. Tillier, Conclusion

Recensions
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Major J. 2018. Wadi Hammeh 27, Jordan Valley. Natufian Art items, a Contextual Analysis. Berlin: Ex oriente (Bibliotheca neolithica Asiae meridionalis et occidentalis). 372 p. By A. Belfer-Cohen
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Turnhout: Brepols (Subartu XLIV). XX + 202 p. By B. Helwing
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