Researcher interests: The origin of agriculture. Prehistoric burial customs: the appearance of cemeteries in prehistoric settlements. Computerized archaeology: developing mathematical and computational methods for archaeological research; computer simulation and 3D technology. Paleolithic flint technology.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
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Selected Publications

Leore Grosman, Natalie D. Munro
Early evidence (ca. 12,000 B.P.) for feasting at a burial cave in Israel (2010)| PNAS| Read more
Leore Grosman, Oded Smikt, Uzy Smilansky
On the application of 3-D scanning technology for the documentation and typology of lithic artifacts (2008)| ScienceDirect | Read more
Anna Belfer-Cohen, Leore Grosman, Natalie D. Munro
A 12,000-year-old Shaman burial from the southern Levant (Israel) (2008)| PNAS| Read more

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