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Hand stencils with and without narrowed fingers at two new rock art sites in Sulawesi, Indonesia
The rock art at Gua Andomo and Gua Lampetia, two newly described sites in the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, is dominated by hand stencils. The Gua Andomo stencils include a variant focused onExpand
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Environment and morphology in Australian Aborigines: a re-analysis of the Birdsell database.
Pursuant to his major research interest in the cultural ecology of hunter-gatherers, Birdsell collected an unparalleled body of phenotypic data on Aboriginal Australians during the mid twentiethExpand
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Traditions of Jars as Mortuary Containers in the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago
Earthenware and imported ceramic jars were from time to time used as mortuary containers across a large swathe of the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago. As noted by Peter Bellwood, this deployment ofExpand
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Mortuary Caves and the Dammar Trade in the Towuti–Routa Region, Sulawesi, in an Island Southeast Asian Context
Archaeological evidence from survey and cave excavation in the Towuti–Routa region of Sulawesi suggests the following sequence of late Holocene cultural change. Settled communities whose subsistenceExpand
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Craniodental Affinities of Southeast Asia's “Negritos” and the Concordance with Their Genetic Affinities
  • D. Bulbeck
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Human biology
  • 4 December 2013
Abstract Genetic research into Southeast Asia's “negritos” has revealed their deep-rooted ancestry, with time depth comparable to that of Southwest Pacific populations. This finding is oftenExpand
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The Walandawe Tradition from Southeast Sulawesi and Osseous Artifact Traditions in Island Southeast Asia
This chapter describes a sample of points and other osseous artifacts recovered from Holocene contexts at three sites in Walandawe, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Microscopic observations of useExpand
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Teknologi Litik di Situs Talimbue, Sulawesi Tenggara: Teknologi Berlanjut dari Masa Pleistosen Akhir Hingga Holosen
Abstract.  The  Lithic  Technology  at  Talimbue  Site,  Southeast  Sulawesi:  Continuing  Technology from Late Pleistocene up to Holocene Periods. The Talimbue site at Southeast Sulawesi is packedExpand
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The human occupation record of Gua Mo’o hono shelter, Towuti-Routa region of Southeastern Sulawesi
Here we describe the excavation, chronology and assemblage from Gua Mo’o hono, a rockshelter in the Lake Towuti region in Southeast Sulawesi. The excavation produced glass, ceramics and pottery,Expand
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