Settlement at the Micro-scale: Microstratigraphy and micromorphology of transitional Neolithic settlement sites in Vietnam (5000 cal BP to 2500 cal BP)
On present evidence, the transition from mobile hunter-gatherer societies to Neolithic sedentary agricultural communities occurred approximately 5000 to 3000 years ago in Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA). Archaeological evidence of this transition principally derives from the excavation of burial contexts. In contrast, settlement contexts are not well researched and are the 'missing factor' (Higham 2017: 369) in MSEA prehistory. The unbalanced nature of archaeological enquiry has important...[Show more]
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