Flights of fancy: Fractal geometry, the Lapita dispersal and punctuated colonisation in the Pacific

@inproceedings{Lilley2008FlightsOF,
  title={Flights of fancy: Fractal geometry, the Lapita dispersal and punctuated colonisation in the Pacific},
  author={I. Lilley},
  year={2008}
}
Atholl Anderson has long been interested in the big questions surrounding pre-European population movement in the Asia-Pacific. For the most part, though, his publications have concentrated on the initial settlement of Remote Oceania, and particularly Polynesia, rather than either the Austronesian progression through Southeast Asia or the Lapita spread through Near Oceania. In this chapter, I would like to return to his 2001 consideration of Lapita mobility, where he asked (Anderson 2001:21… Expand

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