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Archaeological Heritage in the Tainan Science Park of Taiwan. Cheng-hwa Tsang and Kuang-ti Li. Translated by David Cohen. Tainan Science Park (TSP) Archaeological Discoveries Series 3. Taidong: National Museum of Prehistory, 2015. 359 pp. NT$300. ISBN 978-9-86047413-8.

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Title:Archaeological Heritage in the Tainan Science Park of Taiwan. Cheng-hwa Tsang and Kuang-ti Li. Translated by David Cohen. Tainan Science Park (TSP) Archaeological Discoveries Series 3. Taidong: National Museum of Prehistory, 2015. 359 pp. NT$300. ISBN 978-9-86047413-8.
Authors:Pearson, Richard
Date Issued:2018
Series:Volume 57
Number 1
Abstract:Volume 3 in the Tainan Science Park (TSP) Archaeological Discoveries book series, this visually attractive book summarizes the results of more than ten years of rescue archaeology, beginning in 1996 and directed by Professor Tsang Cheng-hwa at the Tainan Science Park in Southern Taiwan, a complex of over 150 high tech factories employing approximately 60,000 workers. A local branch of the National Museum of Prehistory was included in the plan. At least one excavation team had over 100 workers and over 50 sites covering an area of 1043 ha have been excavated.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/72078
ISSN:0066-8435 (Print)
1535-8283 (E-ISSN)
Appears in Collections: Asian Perspectives, 2018 - Volume 57, Number 1 (Spring)


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