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When was Catalhoyuk inhabited?

Catalhoyuk was inhabited in 1995 to 1999 .


Why was catalhoyuk located there?

I am sorry, "catalhoyuk" is not an English word. As we do not know what you mean we can not answer your question.


Who was the archaeologist who first began exavating catalhoyuk?

Catalhoyuk was first excavated by James Mellaart in 1961.


Who lived in Catalhoyuk?

The Catalhoyukans


Where was lead found?

Catalhoyuk, Turkey.


What do you call someone from catalhoyuk?

a yonk (yoynk)


What are the characteristics of Catalhoyuk being a civilization?

Well, Catalhoyuk has art or wall paintings, religion, a certain lifestyle, and farming.


What does catalhoyuk mean?

Catalhoyuk is an archaeological site located in modern-day Turkey that dates back to the Neolithic period. The name Catalhoyuk means "fork mound" in Turkish, referring to the site's location in a fork in the Konya Plain. It is one of the earliest known urban settlements in the world.


What are three Neolithic towns?

Catalhoyuk in Turkey, Skara Brae in Scotland, and Jericho in the West Bank are three well-known Neolithic towns known for their ancient settlements and archaeological sites. They provide valuable insights into early human settlements, architecture, and daily life during the Neolithic period.


What materials were used to build a catalhoyuk?

It was mostly a mud-brick city.


What was the catalhoyuk agriculture like?

Catalhoyuk was an ancient Neolithic settlement in present-day Turkey that practiced agriculture. They cultivated wheat, barley, peas, lentils, and chickpeas. Their agriculture relied on irrigation from nearby rivers and the use of stone tools for planting and harvesting.


Where is the Jericho Town in Jericho Center located?

The address of the Jericho Town is: 7 The Green, Jericho Center, 05465 1055