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Describe the physical surroundings of Catal Huyuk.
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The roofs were made of woven reeds and mud and were connected to one another like a honeycomb . Each dwelling contained an open hearth an oven in the wall and clearly defined sleeping area.

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    You have described the living quarters.

    What do you think "physical surroundings of Catal Huyuk" means? Only the dwellings in which people lived?

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    How was the village of catal huyuk constructed

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