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Press Release 10-054 - Video
University of Chicago lead researcher Gil Stein discusses the mound of Tell Zeidan.

Gil Stein, lead researcher and director of the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute discusses finds discovered at the mound of Tell Zeidan, one of the world's first cities. Researchers hope to gather clues about how early societies evolved through this National Science Foundation-supported project. Tell Zeidan has been untouched for nearly 6,000 years.

Credit: Dena Headlee and Lisa Raffensperger, National Science Foundation

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