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Neolithic Tell Shamsine
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Tell Shamsine in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon is an elongated fairly large but low tell (mound) with a Roman building-foundation on the north end. It was found by Copeland and Frick in 1966. Early Pottery Neolithic material and sherds indicating an Early Bronze Age occupation were also found ...
The PN ceramic and lithic (stone) finds included (1) dark-faced burnished ware or DFBW sherds evidently representing thin-walled bowls with black or buff burnish both sides (2) limestone tools (3) tanged arrowhead fragments and (4) obsidian chips. Several types of coarse sherds are probably also Neolithic. The EB Period is represented by (1) combed sherds and (2) fragments of metallic-ware; some painted in reverse-slip style ...
Inventory of Stone Age Sites in Lebanon (1966)