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The prehistoric peopling of Southeast Asia
Ancient migrations in Southeast Asia The past movements and peopling of Southeast Asia have been poorly represented in ancient DNA studies (see the Perspective by Bellwood). Lipson et al. generatedExpand
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Leprosy and tuberculosis in Iron Age Southeast Asia?
The recent excavation of a sample of 120 human skeletons from an Iron Age site in the valley of the Mun River, a tributary of the Mekong River on the Khorat Plateau in northeast Thailand, hasExpand
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Lapita Migrants in the Pacific's Oldest Cemetery: Isotopic Analysis at Teouma, Vanuatu
Teouma, an archaeological site on Efate Island, Vanuatu, features the earliest cemetery yet discovered of the colonizers of Remote Oceania, from the late second millennium B.C. In order toExpand
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Ancient genomes document multiple waves of migration in Southeast Asian prehistory
Ancient migrations in Southeast Asia The past movements and peopling of Southeast Asia have been poorly represented in ancient DNA studies (see the Perspective by Bellwood). Lipson et al. generatedExpand
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Language continuity despite population replacement in Remote Oceania
Recent genomic analyses show that the earliest peoples reaching Remote Oceania—associated with Austronesian-speaking Lapita culture—were almost completely East Asian, without detectable PapuanExpand
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The People of Wairau Bar: a Re-examination
A new study of macroscopic evidence of health in Wairau Bar human skeletal remains ( koiwi tangata ), prior to their reburial in April 2009, generally supports the views of Houghton (1975), butExpand
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Migration and mobility at the Late Lapita site of Reber–Rakival (SAC), Watom Island using isotope and trace element analysis: a new insight into Lapita interaction in the Bismarck Archipelago
Abstract This paper uses strontium isotope ( 87 Sr/ 86 Sr), oxygen isotope (δ 18 O) and Ba/Sr trace element data in archaeological tooth enamel samples to investigate migration and mobility at theExpand
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Bioarchaeological evidence for conflict in Iron Age north-west Cambodia
Examination of skeletal material from graves at Phum Snay in north-west Cambodia revealed an exceptionally high number of injuries, especially to the head, likely to have been caused by interpersonalExpand
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Using Enthesis Robusticity to Infer Activity in the Past: A Review
In bioarchaeological studies, entheseal change is commonly used to infer patterns of activity in past populations. This category of skeletal modification includes both pathological changesExpand
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Investigating foetal and perinatal mortality in prehistoric skeletal samples: a case study from a 3000-year-old Pacific Island cemetery site
Abstract The Teouma skeletal sample from Vanuatu represents one of the few truly colonising populations in the Pacific Islands. Therefore, investigating the factors that may have affectedExpand
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