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Page 59 - ... contrast them with contemporary tool complexes from regions where the way of life was somewhat different. For the reasons given above, we selected the deepest areas on Ali Kosh and Tepe Sabz, and sent relatively narrow shafts down to virgin soil by means of the techniques described in later chapters. We confess a little amusement at the thought that, while most Near Eastern archeologists have dug for buildings and incidentally recovered a few seeds in the process, we dug for seeds and incidentally...