Ancient Neolithic ArchitectureGreat Buildings Online gives images, with commentary and sources, of outstanding monuments built by Neolithic societies: Stonehenge and the Temple at Tarxien, Malta.
ArchAtlas: Archaeological Atlas ProjectUses satellite images and electronic mapping to interpret the location and spread of early farming and urban communities across the world.
Commemorating the dead, Neolithic styleFrom The Daily Star, a reinterpretation of Neolithic plastered skulls from Jordan, Syria, Israel and Turkey is changing the way scholars think about cult, death and the afterlife in the Neolithic and the ancient Middle East.
Evolution of Crop PlantsCourse materials in on the Neolithic Revolution from the University of California, Davis.
First Farmers With No Taste for GrainBone analysis suggests Neolithic people preferred meat to cereals, writes Mike Richards in British Archaeology.
Gardening History Timeline - From Ancient TimesProvides a general overview of global plant domesitication beginning in the Neolithic. Includes archaeological discoveries in both Old and New worlds.
How Agriculture Came to Central EuropePaper presented by Peter Bogucki at the annual meeting for the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, May 1995.
NeolithicThe Neolithic Era, or Period, from νέος (néos, ""new"") and λίθος (líthos, ""stone""), or New Stone age, was a period in the development of human technology, beginning about 10,200 BC, according to the ASPRO chronology, in some parts of the Middle East, a en.wikipedia.org/.../Neolithic
Neolithic TurkeyAn essay describing several prominent archaeological sites in Turkey.
Study Suggests Neolithic MigrationStanford researchers find that genetics can predict the presence of certain artifacts, supporting theories that prehistoric people migrated from the Middle East to Europe, reports Science Daily.
The Neolithic Diaspora in EuropeAn article that describes the migration and dispersal of farmers and the adoption of crops and livestock by indigenous foragers.