The ties that bind : population dynamics, mobility, and kinship during the mid-holocene in Northern Vietnam
During the mid-Holocene in Northern Vietnam, domestic rice, dogs, and pigs were introduced into Southeast Asia by populations genetically derived from Central China who interbred and traded with indigenous populations. Mortuary practices also changed substantially, indirectly suggesting a change in social structure and migration between communities, as well as possible changes to activity and mobility patterns. To investigate how the adoption of agriculture and increased long distance exchange...[Show more]
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