An archaeological find at the Ayia Varvara-Asprokremnos-site on Cyprus suggests that the Mediterranean island has been inhabited since the Late Stone Age, at around 8800 B.C. This is about 1000 years earlier than thought before. The Late Stone Age was marked by the transformation from a hunter-gather society to an agricultural one. The archaeological findings suggest that the island of Cyprus joined this new agricultural lifestyle at an early date.
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