Sub-Adult Identity: Attitudes towards Childhood Viewed from Mortuary Settings in Neolithic and Bronze Age Thailand
The examination of sub-adults from prehistoric populations is a recent development in archaeology. Before the rise of gender archaeology in the 1980s, children were associated with women and were peripheral or invisible figures in the archaeological discipline. From the 1990s a growing body of research focussed on children in prehistory has emerged in Europe, America and South America. This research has provided tremendous insight into the social, economic...[Show more]
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