An Integrated Perspective On The Austronesian Diaspora: The Switch from Cereal Agriculture to Maritime Foraging in the Colonisation of Island Southeast Asia

@article{Bulbeck2008AnIP,
  title={An Integrated Perspective On The Austronesian Diaspora: The Switch from Cereal Agriculture to Maritime Foraging in the Colonisation of Island Southeast Asia},
  author={D. Bulbeck},
  journal={Australian Archaeology},
  year={2008},
  volume={67},
  pages={31 - 51}
}
  • D. Bulbeck
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Australian Archaeology
  • Abstract This paper reviews the archaeological evidence for maritime interaction spheres in Island Southeast Asia during the Neolithic and preceding millennia. It accepts that cereal agriculture was well-established in Taiwan during the Neolithic but finds minimal evidence for the transmission of agriculture from Taiwan to Island Southeast Asia. Accordingly, the scholarly dispute in early Austronesian culture history between farming and maritime perspectives is deemed to be based on a vacuous… CONTINUE READING
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