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Cave Archaeology and Sampling issues in the Tropics; A Case Study from Lene Hara Cave, a 42,000 year old occupation site in East Timor, Island Southeast Asia

O'Connor, Susan; Barham, Anthony; Spriggs, Matthew; Veth, Peter; Aplin, Ken; St Pierre, Emma


New evidence from Lene Hara Cave, East Timor, demonstrates that it was first occupied by modern humans by 42,454±450 cal BP at approximately the same time as nearby Jerimalai shelter. Together these sites constitute the earliest evidence for modern human

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Archaeology


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