The Biological History of Southeast Asian Populations from Late Pleistocene and Holocene Cemetery Data
Debates over the population history of Southeast Asia have generally revolved around the issue of whether the pre‐Neolithic inhabitants were of a different biological lineage from the Neolithic and post‐Neolithic populations, including present‐day ones.
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