The Identity at Death of the Old and Young from the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages on the Southeast Asian Mainland
The aim of this research was to undertake a mortuary analysis to explore the identity-at death of the young and old from four prehistoric Thai populations. The mortuary analysis sought to understand if each age group was exposed to normative or atypical funerary treatment over time as a predicate of differential, or shared, social views towards each age group. While studies, focussed on the young, have begun to emerge from prehistoric ...[Show more]
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