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Archeologists Uncover Clues on Beginnings of Agriculture

New findings by archeologists excavating a prehistoric site in Jordan may shed new light on the way early humans transitioned from hunter-gatherers to farmers. But the discoveries also reveal the dramatic consequences of ancient climate changes. Driving through arid, barren lava fields in Jordan’s Black Desert, it is hard to imagine that about 14,000 years ago, this was the area where humans started a revolutionary transition - from hunting and gathering to farming. University of...

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