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-Caracuta, V., Weiss, E., van den Brink, E.C.M., Liran, R., Vardi, J. and Barzilai, O., 2014. From natural environment to human landscape: new archaeobotanical data from the Neolithic site of Nahal Zippori 3, Lower Galilee. Neo-lithics14(1), p.33.

-Caracuta, V., Barzilai, O., Khalaily, H. et al. The onset of faba bean farming in the Southern Levant. Sci Rep 514370 (2015).

-Caracuta, V., Weinstein-Evron, M., Kaufman, D. et al. 14,000-year-old seeds indicate the Levantine origin of the lost progenitor of faba bean. Sci Rep 637399 (2016).

-Caracuta V, Vardi J, Paz Y, Boaretto E. Farming legumes in the pre-pottery Neolithic: New discoveries from the site of Ahihud (Israel). Plos one. 2017 May 24;12(5):e0177859.

-Caracuta V. Botanical remains.  In: Ulman, M. (eds.) The Early Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Site at Nesher-Ramla Quarry (NRQN) Israel. 2020.  University of Haifa, The Zinman Istitute of Archaeology, 169-176.


Unveiling the Origins of the Faba Bean by means of Shape and Stable Carbon Isotope Analyses of Archaeological Remains