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Beisamun is an Israelian Neolithic site. I know only about two first phalanges (anterior and posterior) probably belonging to the same animal. They were marked as coming from the PPNB level.
Metric data and Simpson’s ratio diagram indicate that they belonged to an E. hemionus. The most similar proprtions were found in two kulans (HT 23 and HT 9) whose skeletons are preserved in Sankt Petersburg (ZIN 32047) and London (BM 71.2210).