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Stratification in the peopling of China: How far does the linguistic evidence match genetics and archaeology?
The concept of synthesising linguistics, archaeology and genetics in the reconstruction of the past is becoming a commonplace; but the reality is that each discipline largely pursues its own methodsExpand
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LESSER-KNOWN AFRICAN TUBER CROPS AND THEIR ROLE IN PREHISTORY
This paper explores the relationship between some of Africa's lesser known subsistence crops and the presumed linguistic prehistory of Central Africa. It describes some the lesser-known tuber cropsExpand
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Drought and livestock in semi-arid Africa and southwest Asia
The authors are grateful to all those who took part in the conference, and the revision of this document reflects both specific comments on the text and some of the general discussion that formedExpand
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INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO STRATIFYING THE PEOPLING OF MADAGASCAR
It has long been accepted that the core population contributing to the Malagasy language are the Barito, an inland people of SE Kalimantan, and that a superstrate of Malay nautical terms impliesExpand
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Was there once a Zone of Vegeculture Linking Melanesia with Northeast India ?
The ancient vegecultural systems of Melanesia and the rice-dominated agriculture of mainland and island SE Asia presently appear to be worlds apart. In particular, models of the Neolithic on theExpand
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