Browsing Center for Southeast Asian Studies by Subject "East Polynesia"

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  • Bollt, Robert (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2008)
    The Peva dune site on Rurutu, Austral Islands, excavated in 2003, has yielded a rich archaeological assemblage containing artifacts and both vertebrate and invertebrate fauna from two distinct stratigraphic layers. The ...
  • Allen, Melinda S. (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2009)
    Marquesan domestic architecture, including stone pavements, platforms, and terraces, potentially provides a useful case study into how varied social and natural processes might influence structure morphology. However, ...
  • Anderson, Atholl; Sinoto, Yosihiko (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2002)
    The archaeological chronology of initial human colonization in East Polynesia has relied substantially upon radiocarbon dating results from a small number of sites in the central region, notably Motu Paeao cemetery (Maupiti) ...
  • Conte, Eric; Anderson, Atholl (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2003)
    Radiocarbon dates are presented and discussed for two sites with deep stratigraphy on Va Huka Island, Marquesas. The lowest layer at the Hokatu site dates to the eleventh to thirteenth centuries A.D. At Hatuana, earlier ...
  • Rolett, Barry V (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2002)
    The origins of East Polynesian culture are traced to a regional homeland that was centered on the Society Islands but which also included neighboring archipelagoes. Archaeological evidence suggests a fall-off through time ...

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