Political dynamics and religious change in the late pre-colonial Banda Islands, Eastern Indonesia

@article{Lape2000PoliticalDA,
  title={Political dynamics and religious change in the late pre-colonial Banda Islands, Eastern Indonesia},
  author={Peter V. Lape},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2000},
  volume={32},
  pages={138 - 155}
}
Recently completed archaeological survey and excavation, in conjunction with a re-analysis of historical documents and oral histories, brings to light new evidence about the pre-colonial (tenth to seventeenth centuries) society of the Banda Islands, once the world's sole source of nutmeg. The new data challenge historical assumptions about settlement, Islamization and the nature of trade networks in pre-colonial Banda. They also have implications for the history of conflict between Bandanese… Expand
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