Hoabinhian culture expanded within mainland Southeast Asia (SEA) during the Late Pleistocene and early Holocene. Exploring evidence for biological relationships between early indigenous Hoabinhian peoples and contemporary SEA populations is vital for an understanding of the first settlers of this region. This analysis uses craniometric data recorded for several sets of very well preserved remains from Hoabinhian sites as well as a large sample of Neolithic and post- Neolithic crania. It is...[Show more]
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