In my fantasy setting, I'm modelling the technology that is being used after the Pre-Pottery Neolithic people, who lived in some of the earliest cities in the middle east. Catal Hoyuk in Turkey is one of the most famous PPN cities. Anyone here know anything about these people? I know that they lived in two-story houses made of clay, with the entrance on the ceiling. And as the name suggests, they didn't have pottery, so instead stored stuff in bags, gourds, etc. They farmed grain and were just starting to domesticate sheep and goats. And they buried their dead in the basement floor, and dug them up later to put their plaster-covered skulls on display for religious purposes. I'm just tired of pseudo-medieval fantasy settings, you know? I thought it would be neat to have a setting modelled after a different time period.