The Late Iron Age of Northeast Thailand and Central-Northwest Cambodia: a tale of two regions
Grave goods provide an important source of insight into the material and social cultures of past societies. The presented research examines variability in social complexity across Inland Southeast Asia through the analysis of selected mortuary assemblages at late Iron Age (c. 200 – 600 CE) sites in Central-Northwest Cambodia and Northeast Thailand. Phum Sophy, Phum Lovea, and Prei Khmeng form the Cambodian collection while Non Ban Jak (supplemented with...[Show more]
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