Dancing at the Dawn of Agriculture

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Numerous archaeologists and museum curators allowed me to study and document materials at their collections: F. Hole of Yale University, J. Spencer and C. Walker of the British Museum, A. Caubet of the Musée du Louvre, R. B. Wartke of the Vorderasiatisches Museum in Berlin, H. J. Nissen of the Free University of Berlin, and P. R. S. Moorey of the Ashmolean Museum. Special thanks are due to Prof. Vladimir Zbenovich of the Israel Antiquities Authority for his many useful comments on the southeast European depictions presented in this work and for his kind permission to use his extensive private library.

Numerous scholars discussed various aspects of the dancing scenes with me: Prof. A. Hetz of the Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music and Dance, Prof. W. Hallo of Yale University, Prof. H. Hauptmann of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Istanbul, Dr. A. Sherratt of the Ashmolean Museum, Prof. O. Bar-Yosef of Harvard University, Prof. D. Schmandt-Besserat of University of Texas, B. Adams of University College London, A. Marshack, and J. N. Wilford of New York City.

Professors C. Renfrew, G. O. Rollefson, and F. Hole commented on earlier drafts of the manuscript. L. Taylor-Guthartz and S. Gorodetsky consulted on various aspects of the text and style.

During the years I received technical help from various graphic artists: M. Sarig, S. Halbrich, and R. Bonfil at the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University; A. Wilkins at the Institute of Archaeology of Oxford University; Z. Peleg-Hartley, H. Pots, and G. Hivroni. D. Ladiray prepared the final illustrations.

The photographs presented here were kindly supplied by various scholars and institutions. In alphabetic order, they are as follows: P. M. M. G. Akkermans in Leiden, A. Alizadeh of the Iranian Prehistoric Project at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Y. Barschak of the Israel Antiquities Authority, M. Borla of the Egyptian Museum in Turin, A. Caubet of the Musée du Louvre in Paris, V. Curtis and C. Walker of the Department of Ancient Near East at the British Museum in London, G. Dollfus of the CNRS/DAFI in Paris, G. Dreyer of the German Institute of Archaeology in Cairo, H. Hauptmann of the German Institute of Archaeology in Istanbul, F. Hole of Yale University in New Haven, C. C. Hosein of the Oriental Institute in Chicago, R. B. Janson of the Brooklyn Museum in New York City, H. Kilmister of the Petrie

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