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  The First Farming Village in Northeast Iran and Turan:Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq and Beyond February 10 - 11, 2014 Program and Abstracts  February 10th (Monday): (Advanced Research Building A, 107) 13:00-13:10 Opening address Akira Tsuneki (University of Tsukuba) 13:10-13:30 Geologic setting of Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Ken-ichiro Hisada (University of Tsukuba) 13:30-13:50 The site of Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Akira Tsuneki (University of Tsukuba) 13:50-14:10 Radiocarbon dating of charcoal remains excavated from Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Toshio Nakamura (Nagoya University) 14:10-14:40 Coffee break  14:40-15:00 Pottery and other objects from Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Akira Tsuneki (University of Tsukuba) 15:00-15:20 Mineralogical study of pottery from Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Masanori Kurosawa (University of Tsukuba) 15:20-15:40 Figurines of Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Setsuo Furusato (Matsudo City Board) 15:40-16:10 Coffee break  16:10-16:30 Neolithisation of Eastern Iran : New insights through the study of the faunal remains of Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Marjan Mashkour (Central National de la Recherche Scientifique) 16:30-16:50 Charred remains from Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq, and a consideration of early wheat diversity on the eastern margins of the Fertile Crescent  Dorian Fuller (University College London) 18:00-20:00 Welcome party  February 11th (Tuesday): (Advanced Research Building B, 108) 10:00-10:20 Vegetation of the Chakhmaq site based on charcoal identification Ken-ichi Tanno (Yamaguchi University) 10:20-10:40 Human remains from Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Akira Tagaya (Nagano College of Nursing) 10:40-11:00 Children at Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Yuko Miyauchi (University of Tsukuba) 11:00-12:30 Laboratory visit  12:00-14:00 Lunch 14:00-14:20 Stratigraphic Soundings at Sang-e Chakhmaq Tappehs, Shahroud, Iran; April- June 2009 Kourosh Roustaei (Iranian Center for Archaeological Research) 14:20-14:40 First archaeobotanical results from the 2009 soundings at Sang-e Chakhmaq East and West mounds Margareta Tengberg (National Museum of Natural History)14:40-15:10 Coffee break 15:10-17:00 Discussion II  Fig.1. Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq and the Alborz Mountains. Geologic setting of Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq Ken-ichiro Hisada (University of Tsukuba)  Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq is located on the terrace deposits that developed on the southeastern side of the Alborz Mountains, north Iran (Fig.1). It is well known that the life of ancient people was greatly influenced by various natural conditions, such as climate, topography, and geology. In particular, geology is not only important as a source of raw material for stone tools and residence construction material, but also as a provider of groundwater and mineral resources. Furthermore, soil is generated from weathered bedrocks, and soil is a key influence on vegetation. Thus, when ancient people considered the natural conditions for first settlement locations, geology would have been a crucial factor in these conditions. This paper offers a preliminary examination of the geology around Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq. Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq is situated close to the southern edge of the “Bastam basin”. This basin is surrounded by higher mountains to the north and west (Fig. 2), whereas there are no conspicuous ridges on its eastern and southern sides. The low relief continues to the Great Kavir Basin in the Central Iran zone, making a topographic division of Iran. All the rivers in the
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