The Austronesian migration hypothesis as seen from prehistoric settlements on the Karama River, Mamuju, West Sulawesi
My research in the Karama River sites was aimed at an assessment of its Neolithic sites in comparison with those in other regions of Island of Southeast Asia and the western Pacific. Close parallels in cultural assemblages between the Karama sites and contemporaries in Taiwan and the Philippines support the Out of Taiwan hypothesis, which corresponds most strongly with available linguistic and genetic evidence. Current evidence from the Karama Valley suggests a southward movement of Neolithic...[Show more]
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