Mid-Holocene hunter-gatherers 'Gaomiao' in Hunan, China: The first of the Two-layer Model in the population history of East/Southeast Asia
Gaomiao, the eponymous archaeological site of the Gaomiao Culture (ca. 7500–5500 BP) has produced evidence of a unique hunter-gatherer society in Hunan Province, China, that produced fine decorated pottery. The human remains unearthed from this site provided an excellent opportunity to assess phenotypic and biological relationships between the Gaomiao and prehistoric and modern human populations that have inhabited East/Southeast Asia over the past ca. 10,000 years through cranial...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Book Title:||New Perspectives in Southeast Asian and Pacific Prehistory|
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