Rice or millets: early farming strategies in prehistoric central Thailand

@article{Weber2010RiceOM,
  title={Rice or millets: early farming strategies in prehistoric central Thailand},
  author={S. Weber and H. Lehman and Timothy Barela and S. Hawks and D. Harriman},
  journal={Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={79-88}
}
Ancient seeds from archaeological sites can provide clues that are crucial for understanding and characterizing subsistence strategies. This in turn contributes to our understanding of, and explanations for, the relationship between socioeconomic systems and organization of craft production. This article will examine the relationship between rice and millets at three prehistoric sites from a regional copper-producing center in central Thailand to provide new insights into the subsistence… Expand
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