Vol 28

Papers from the Manila Congress

Proceedings of the 18th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Manila, Philippines, 20 to 26 March 2006

Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial
Peter Bellwood
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1-2
Geoarchaeology of prehistoric cultural complexes in the Russian Far East: recent progress and problems
Yaroslav V. Kuzmin
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3-10
Earthenware production and trade: Using ethnographic data and petrographic analyses to compare prehistoric and contemporary pottery traditions from the Island of Bohol, Philippines
Andrea Yankowski
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11-15
Recent archaeological discoveries in East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Jean-Michel Chazine, Jean-George Ferrie
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16-22
Precipitating change or sustaining traditions: Social patterns of a Bronze Age community from the Upper Pearl River drainage in Yunnan before the Han imperial period
Alice YAO
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23-33
Dian bronze art: its source and formation
TzeHuey CHIOU-PENG
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34-43
Reduction, raw materials and form: ground stone adzes from Ban Non Wat, Northeast Thailand
Tessa Boer-Mah
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44-51
New evidence of brown glaze stoneware kilns along the East Road from Angkor
Mitch Hendrickson
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52-56
The development of the water management system of Angkor: a provisional model
Roland Fletcher, Christophe Pottier, Damian Evans, Matti Kummu
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57-66
The Phu Chanh site: cultural evolution and interaction in the prehistory of southern Vietnam
Bui Chi Hoang
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67-72
[LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE FORAGER ORGANIZATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA] New data on the Hoabinhian: Investigations at Hang Cho Cave, northern Vietnam
Seonbok Yi, June-Jeong Lee, Seongnam Kim, Yongwook Yoo, Dongwan Kim
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73-79
[LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE FORAGER ORGANIZATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA] Hoabinhian macrobotanical remains from archaeological sites in Vietnam: Indicators of climate changes from the Late Pleistocene to the Early Holocene
Nguyen Viet
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80-83
[LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE FORAGER ORGANIZATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA] Whispering teeth: nutrition and health of wooden coffin people in the Pang Ma Pha cave sites, northwestern Thailand
Supaporn Nakbunlung, Sukhontha Wathanawareekool
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84-87
[LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE FORAGER ORGANIZATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA] Using community, composition and structural variation in terminal Pleistocene vertebrate assemblages to identify human hunting behaviour at the Niah caves, Borneo
Philip J. Piper, Ryan J. Rabett, Edmund Bin Kurui
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88-98
[LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE FORAGER ORGANIZATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA] The Late Pleistocene to Early Holocene foragers of northern Luzon
Armand Salvador B. Mijares
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99-107
[LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE FORAGER ORGANIZATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA] Beyond typologies: The reduction thesis and its implications for lithic assemblages in Southeast Asia
Ben Marwick
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108-116
[REPORTS BY GRANUCCI FUND WINNERS, 2006 TO 2007] Mesolithic and Neolithic cultures of the karst landscape at Jimbaran, southern Bali, Indonesia
Rochtri Agung Bawono, Ufi Najib, Kristiawan
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117-119
[REPORTS BY GRANUCCI FUND WINNERS, 2006 TO 2007] The prehistoric settlement at Jambu Hilir, South Kalimantan Province, Indonesia
Anggraeni, Sunarningsih
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120-126