Tell Sabi Abyad II was small rural settlement existed between 7550 and 6850 BC i.e. in the Late Pre-Pottery Neolithic B period. Its architecture consists of multi-roomed rectangular buildings. Inhabitants produced flint and obsidian tools.
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