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Cave Use Variability in Central Maluku, Eastern Indonesia
|Title:||Cave Use Variability in Central Maluku, Eastern Indonesia|
|Authors:||Latinis, D Kyle|
|LC Subject Headings:||Prehistoric peoples--Asia--Periodicals.|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu)|
|Citation:||Latinis, D. K., and K. Stark. 2005. Cave Use Variability in Central Maluku, Eastern Indonesia. Asian Perspectives 44 (1): 119-36.|
|Abstract:||This paper explores variability in cave use in central Maluku from initial settlement in the late Pleistocene to the ethnographic present. Significant variability exists. Historic and ethnographic accounts highlight cave use that is not often considered by archaeologists. Some uses may leave few archaeological signatures. Factors affecting different cave uses are examined, including environmental, social/cultural, and historical factors. The effects of immigrant population influences, such as the Austronesian immigration into and/or influence on central Maluku, are also important considerations. The possibility of multiple migrations of pre-Austronesians and various Austronesian groups, and the subsequent effects on cave use, are also discussed. Archaeological case studies include the Labarisi site (north Bum), the Hatusua site (southwest Seram), and several cave sites on the northern Leihitu Peninsula (Ambon). KEYWORDS: central Maluku, pre-Austronesian, Austronesian.|
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Asian Perspectives, 2005 - Volume 44, Number 1 (Spring)|
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