Dancing at the Dawn of Agriculture

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LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 0.1Dance shadows, Tel Miqne-Eqron Excavations 1996.vi
FIGURE 2.1Basic variations of arm positions in the dancing scenes.29
FIGURE 2.2Basic variations of leg positions in the dancing scenes.30
FIGURE 2.3Basic combinations of arm and leg positions in the dancing scenes.32
FIGURE 2.4Frequencies of the basic body positions in the dancing scenes.33
FIGURE 2.5Hair arrangement in the dancing scenes.35
FIGURE 2.6Head covering in the dancing scenes.35
FIGURE 2.7Masks in the dancing scenes.36
FIGURE 2.8Dress and shoes in the dancing scenes.37
FIGURE 2.9Accompanying objects in the dancing scenes.38
FIGURE 2.10Animals in the dancing scenes.39
FIGURE 2.11Basic variations of figure compositions.43
FIGURE 2.12Clockwise and counter-clockwise movement of dancing scenes.45
FIGURE 2.13Direct gender characteristics of male figures.48
FIGURE 2.14Direct gender characteristics of female figures.48
FIGURE 2.15Indirect gender characteristics of male figures.49
FIGURE 2.16Indirect gender characteristics of female figures.50
FIGURE 2.17Presentations of both sexes in the same scene.53
FIGURE 2.18Various features in the vicinity of dancers.55
FIGURE 2.19Wall paintings with hunting scenes from Çatal Höyük.61
FIGURE 3.1Correlation between social organization, social stratification, and the appearance of dancing scenes in early village communities.80
FIGURE 4.1The cognitive map as a filter between the community rituals and the dancing scenes.86
FIGURE 7.1Near Eastern Neolithic sites mentioned in the text.112
FIGURE 7.2Engraved limestone bowl from Nevali Çori.113
FIGURE 7.3Engraved objects from Nevali Çori and Tepe Giyan.113
FIGURE 7.4Painted plaster floor from Tell Halula. 115
FIGURE 7.5Engraved stone slabs from Dhuweila and Çatal Höyük.117

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