Discovery[ edit ] Dorothy Garrod centre discovered the Natufian culture in The Natufian culture was discovered by British archaeologist Dorothy Garrod during her excavations of Shuqba cave in the Judaean Hills. She discovered a layer sandwiched between the Upper Palaeolithic and Bronze Age deposits characterised by the presence of microliths. She identified this with the Mesolithic , a transitional period between the Palaeolithic and the Neolithic which was well-represented in Europe but had not yet been found in the Near East. A year later, when she discovered similar material at el-Wad Terrace , Garrod suggested the name the Natufian culture, after the Wadi an-Natuf that ran close to Shuqba.
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