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composite sickles and cereal harvesting methods at 23,000-years-old ohalo ii, israel.use-wear analysis of five glossed flint blades found at ohalo ii, a 23,000-years-old fisher-hunter-gatherers' camp on the shore of the sea of galilee, northern israel, provides the earliest evidence for the use of composite cereal harvesting tools. the wear traces indicate that tools were used for harvesting near-ripe semi-green wild cereals, shortly before grains are ripe and disperse naturally. the studied tools were not used intensively, and they reflect two harvesting modes: flint knives hel ...201627880839
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