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I am an archaeology PhD student working on my dissertation thesis. This blog is generally focused on issues related to archaeology, history, and culture in Cambodia.
Recently there have been some interesting articles trying to better understand what is happening in Bronze Age Thailand, and by extension, Bronze Age Southeast Asia. I figured writing a blog post about these articles would be a good way to start thinking through some of this data. It’s becoming more and more obvious that the [...]... Read more »
Lisa Kealhofer, & Peter Grave. (2008) Land Use, Political Complexity, and Urbanism in Mainland Southeast Asia. American Antiquity, 73(2), 200-225. DOI: http://www.saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Publications/AmericanAntiquity/Volume73Number2April2008/LandUsePoliticalComplexityandUrbanisminM/tabid/405/Default.aspx
Charles Higham, & Thomas Higham. (2009) A New Chronological Framework for Prehistoric Southeast Asia, Based on a Bayseian Model from Ban Non Wat. Antiquity, 83(319), 125-144. DOI: http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/083/ant0830125.htm
Dougald J.W. O'Reilly. (2008) Multivallate Sites and Socio-Economic Change: Thailand and Britain in their Iron Ages. Antiquity, 82(316), 377-389. DOI: http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/082/ant0820377.htm
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