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Neolithic dispersal implications of murids from late Holocene archaeological and modern natural deposits in the Talaud Islands, northern Sulawesi

Louys, Julien; Herrera, Michael; Hawkins, Stuart; Aplin, Ken; Reepmeyer, Christian; Hopf, Felicitas; Donnellan, Stephen C.; O’Connor, Sue; Tanudirjo, Daud A.


The Sangihe-Talaud Archipelago represents a group of 77 remote islands located between the Philippines and North Sulawesi, in the northern sector of Wallacea. The Talaud Islands have a rich and significant archaeological record going back to the Pleistocene and are instrumental in understanding Pleistocene colonisation of small islands and later models of Austronesian language dispersal. Here we report on vertebrate material excavated from Leang Mande’et, a late Holocene rockshelter on...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Press (1965-Present)
Date published: 2018-11
Type: Book chapter
DOI: 10.22459/TA48.11.2018.14
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher website


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