The graves of the rice ancestors : changing mortuary patterning in island Southeast Asia
In the later prehistoric period in island Southeast Asia, from the second millenium BC onwards, the archaeological record of the region is heavily represented by burial sites. Processes of disposal of the dead in these sites are highly varied and complex, with a strong but variable emphasis on secondary practices, in which the bones have been redeposited after the flesh has disappeared from the corpse.
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