Technique and practice : shell-working in the Western Pacific and island Southeast Asia
The Lapita cultural complex has been a focal point of Pacific archaeology for many years. Not only is it materially distinctive, but it is also cast as signalling the first colonisation the western Pacific beyond the main Solomon Islands chain, the introduction of a neolithic way of life to this area, and providing the cultural base from which later Polynesian cultures emerge. The 'origins' of the Lapita cultural complex have also been a major area of interest, and there has been much debate...[Show more]
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