Excavations in Timor : a study of economic change and cultural continuity in prehistory
In 1966 and 1967 the author spent ten months locating and excavating archaeological deposits in the eastern part of Timor, the largest of the Lesser Sunda Islands. The principal aim of the excavations was to recover sequences of stone and pottery artifacts and bone food remains from the main environmental zones, in order to date the principal technical and economic changes in the eastern end of the island, and to provide a chronological framework to which surface finds and undated...[Show more]
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