Browsing Center for Southeast Asian Studies by Subject "early Holocene"

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  • L, Tracey L-D (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2010)
    Potsherds of thick walls with coarse inclusions have been found in several archaeological sites in South China, associated with flaked or ground stone tools and ground organic implements. This paper focuses on the natural ...
  • Zhushchikhovskaya, Irina (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 1997)
    Until recently, the Japanese archipelago has been the only known area oflate Pleistocene- early Holocene pottery-making sites in both the Japan Sea basin and eastern Asia as a whole. During the 1990s, however, a series of ...
  • Demeter, Fabrice; Sayavongkhamdy, Thongsa; Patole-Edoumba, Elise; Coupey, Anne-Sophie; Bacon, Anne-Marie; De Vos, John; Tougard, Christelle; Bouasisengpaseuth, Bounheuang; Sichanthongtip, Phonephanh; Duringer, Philippe (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2009)
    In February 1934, Jacques Fromaget, from the Geological Service of Indochina, discovered the Tam Hang site in northern Laos. The site is a rockshelter, located on the southeastern slope of the Annamitic Chain on the edge ...
  • Anderson, Douglas (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2005)
    Caves in peninsular Thailand have a complex history of human use ranging from brief campsites to long-term occupation and from locations of industrial activity to landscapes inhabited by spirit forces. In late Pleistocene ...

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