Nova Nicomedia (oppidum neolithicum)

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Nova Nicomedia, vulgo Νέα Νικομήδεια (nomen vici hodierni, 8,1 chiliometris a Beroea Macedoniae distantis) est locus habitationis humanae Neolithicae ab archaeologis Britannis annis 1961-1964 effoditus.

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  • R. J. Rodden, K. A. Wardle, Nea Nikomedia: The Excavation of an Early Neolithic Village in Northern Greece 1961-1964. Vol. 1: The Excavation and the Ceramic Assemblage. Londinii: British School at Athens, 1996 (British School at Athens, supplementary volume 25)
  • Stella G. Souvatzi, A Social Archaeology of Households in Neolithic Greece: An Anthropological Approach (Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-521-83689-0) p. 64 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • S. M. Valamoti, "Investigating the prehistoric bread of Northern Greece: the archaeobotanical evidence for the Neolithic and the Bronze Age" in K. Fechner, M. Mesnil, edd., Pains, fours et foyers des temps passés. Archéologie et traditions boulangères des peuples agriculteurs d'Europe et du Proche-Orient (2002. Civilisations vol. 49 fascc. 1-2) pp. 49-66
  • W. van Zeist, S. Bottema, "Plant husbandry in early neolithic Nea Nikomedeia, Greece" in Acta botanica Neerlandica vol. 20 (1971) pp. 524-538

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