Bringing culture back into focus: Osseous implements from Southern Vietnam
The comprehensive analyses of osseous technologies in the Neolithic and early Bronze Age of Southeast Asia are relatively undeveloped. The technological and social relevance of osseous implements is poorly understood, despite relatively large assemblages having been recovered from various archaeological sites across the region. By examining the entire assemblage and applying a chaîne opératoire approach, the technological developments and socio-cultural importance of osseous artefacts during...[Show more]
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