Rainfall and circular moated sites in north-east Thailand
The existence of moated mounds in the archaeological record of north-east Thailand has long been known. The majority were constructed during the middle and late Iron Age, in the earlier first millennium AD. Despite considerable research, however, the purpose of the substantial and sometimes multiple moats surrounding the raised occupation mounds has remained a mystery. Combining locational, hydrological and rainfall data with the archaeological evidence, this study of the moated mounds of the...[Show more]
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