The peopling of East Asia : putting together archaeology, linguistics and genetics

@inproceedings{Sagart2005ThePO,
  title={The peopling of East Asia : putting together archaeology, linguistics and genetics},
  author={Laurent Sagart and R. Blench and A. Sanchez-Mazas},
  year={2005}
}
  • Laurent Sagart, R. Blench, A. Sanchez-Mazas
  • Published 2005
  • Geography
  • Introduction 1. Examining the Farming/Language Dispersal Hypothesis in the East Asian Context 2. From the Mountains to the Valleys: Understanding Ethnolinguistic Geography in Southeast Asia 3. The Origin and Dispersal of Agriculture and Human Diaspora in East Asia 4. Recent Discoveries at a Tapenkeng Culture Site in Taiwan: Implications for the Problem of Austronesian Origins 5. The Contribution of Linguistic Palaeontology to the Homeland of Austroasiatic 6. Tibeto-Burman vs. Indo-Chinese… CONTINUE READING
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