Coastal Connectivity: Long-Term Trading Networks Across the South China Sea
Long-distance coastal interactions have shaped much of world history, most evident in social and economic ties through sea-lanes and traderoutes that connect to other regions and potentially throughout the world. In this way, separate coastal communities
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