Archeological evidence of the domestication of chickpea has been found in different parts of the world. For example, archeological evidence was extracted from the ceramic levels of Jericho and the Cayonu in turkey. Neolithic evidence has also been collected in different parts of the world including the Hacilar in turkey. Carbon dating of the pottery and remains found indicate that the domestication may have occurred 3500 BC. Other archeological evidences have been found in different parts of the world including southern France within the Lâ€™Abeurador caves (Abo and Judith 2003, pp440-448).
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