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Categories: Mounds, Articles with short description, Tells, Archaeological sites in the Near East, Ancient Near East
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tell  Hoeyuek  Hoyuk  Huyuk  höyük
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In archaeology, a tell or tel, is an artificial topographical feature, a species of mound consisting of the accumulated and stratified debris of a succession of consecutive settlements at the same site, the refuse of generations of people who built and inhabited them, and of natural sediment. Wikipedia
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In archaeology, a tell or tel, is an artificial topographical feature, a species of mound consisting of the accumulated and stratified debris of a succession of consecutive settlements at the same site, the refuse of generations of people who built and inhabited them, and of natural sediment. Wikipedia
A type of archaeological site Wikipedia Disambiguation
Ancient settlement mound Wikidata
A hill or mound, originally and especially in the Middle East, over or consisting of the ruins of ancient settlements. Wiktionary
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