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For the past twenty years, the Khabur Plains of northeast Syria have been a testing groundfor the Akkadian collapse c. 2200 BC and remnant post-Akkadian occupations. On May2, 2012, a workshop for the presentation and discussion of the latest archaeological datawas convened in Warsaw, at the 8th International Congress for the Archaeology of theAncient Near East. The fifteen research papers from that conference present the analysesand perspectives from eight excavated sites, Arbid, Barri, Chagar Bazar, Brak, MohammedDiyab, Leilan, Mozan, and Hamoukar, and two regional surveys. The new data includethe Tell Leilan high-resolution radiocarbon chronology for the Akkadian collapse, anAkkadian palace built within the shell of a destroyed pre-Akkadian palace, The UnfinishedBuildings at Tell Leilan and Tell Mohammed Diyab, the terminal occupations atTell Brak, Chagar Bazar, Hamoukar, Arbid, Mohammed Diyab and Leilan, quantifiedregional settlement distributions across the Akkadian collapse, measured paleobotanicaldata for imperial Akkadian and remnant post-Akkadian agriculture, and documentationfor the collapse of the imperial Akkadian administration. von Weiss, Harvey
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