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Ancient interactions between eastern Taiwan and the Philippines: From the Palaeolithic Age to Iron Age

Hung, Hsiao-chun


Archaeological records have shown the variable interactions among people of eastern Taiwan and the Philippines over time scales of thousands of years, involving different configurations of trade and exchange through complex and dynamic social and environmental contexts. These examples are instructive for understanding current social, political, and economic relations as well as for learning about the general scope of cross-cultural interactions that have occurred throughout world history. For...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019
Type: Journal article
Source: Field Archaeology of Taiwan


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