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I am a PhD candidate studying archaeology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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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