Uncovering Southeast Asia's Past

Uncovering Southeast Asia's Past

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The 36 chapters in this collection have been selected to give an overview ofrecent research into prehistoric and early historic archaeology in SoutheastAsia. In the first chapter Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhornof Thailand comments on the significance of the inscriptions from the important Khmer temple, Prasat Phnom Rung in northeastern Thailand. Following this, Professor Charles Higham gives an original and insightful survey of the prehistoric threads linking south China and the countries of modern Southeast Asia.20.8 Discrimination diagram of Fengtian nephrite based on chemical variation of chromite in green nephrite artifacts from a): ... Chemical variations from cores to rims of zoned chromites in green nephrite deposits from Fengtian, Gansu (China) , Siberia, ... Cagayan: n=38l 0.6 0.8 ODuagt;-1 lDayongCave: n=I5l Fe/(Mg+Fe) Anhui aquot;m Mopandun mmm Beinan tVaquot;te Niejiadaduibu Ar**i*sn Beiyinyangying immAr

Title:Uncovering Southeast Asia's Past
Author:European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. International Conference, Elisabeth A. Bacus, Ian Glover
Publisher:NUS Press - 2006-01-01


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