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c. 8700 BC–8400 BC—Britain—Star Carr site in Yorkshire, Britain inhabited by Maglemosian peoples


Byblos was a Canaanite city called Gubal during the Bronze Age, at which time it also appears as Gubla in the Amarna letters. During the Iron Age the city is called Gebal in Phoenician. Archaeology believes the city to have started about this time. Byblos had the reputation of being the oldest city in the world, founded by Cronus.

Néolithique Ancien (Early Phase) (Ancient Neolithic) corresponding to the PPNB of Jericho, represented by plastered floors and naviforme technology, dated between 8800 and 7000 BCE.


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