LITOcat’s project main objective is to create a research platform open to the scientific community interested in the availability of siliceous rocks throughout prehistoric times.
Qarassa 3 is a hamlet (12 dwellings) of a Natufian community of hunter-gatherers whereas Tell Qarassa North is an Early Neolithic village dated at the mid-9th millennium cal BC.
QUANT – A quantitative approach to Neolithic plant-working techniques: from assessing tool use to modelling human dispersals
QUANT project aims to highlight different traditions in plant-working techniques, determining how these were disseminated across the Mediterranean during the Neolithic expansion.
The spread of the Neolithic in the central-western Mediterranean: agriculture, technological innovations and 14C
The project is aimed to analyse the Neolithic diffusion processes through the Central-Western Mediterranean by means of the analysis of techniques and tools related to crop-harvesting.
ZooMWest – Zooarchaeology and Mobility in the Western Mediterranean: husbandry production from the Late Bronze Age to Late Antiquity
We are investigating whether transhumance existed in prehistoric Europe and evaluating the impact of political systems on mobility and animal husbandry production at a European scale.