Between 2500 and 1500 BCE, human populations migrated into Southeast Asia
from southern China and Taiwan, bringing new modes of sedentary settlement
and a broad range of material culture. It is traditionally believed that these
early Austroasiatic‐ and Austronesian‐speaking communities introduced three
domestic animals – the pig, dog, and chicken – as a “package” to Southeast Asia.
However, there is currently no evidence to support such an exclusive correlation.
There is also no strong...[Show more]
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