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The transition from hunting-gathering to food production is a major step in the history of humanity and the biosphere (1, 2).
Humans begun to cultivate morphologically wild cereals and pulses over a wide area in the Near East by ∼11.5 cal ky BP (thousands of calibrated radiocarbon years before present), a period known as the Pre-Pottery Neolithic A (PPNA) (3–10).
By 10.5–9 cal ky BP, during the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB), villages increased in size, and the subsistence strategy developed into an established mixed agropastoral economy based on domesticated crops and animals (sheep, goat, pig, and cattle) (11, SI Text S1) (14, 16, 17).
Before these settlements, the only known human presence on Cyprus was limited to the small Aetokremnos rock shelter occupied by fisher-trappers dating to 12.5 cal ky BP (18). S1 and S2), unearthed plant remains, abundant animal bones, thousands of artifacts, and the remains of several buildings, including one communal structure.
These finds reveal previously unknown aspects of the social and economic organization of the inhabitants of Cyprus at this early date.