Identification of the first reported Lapita cremation in the Pacific Islands using archaeological, forensic and contemporary burning evidence
Burnt human remains excavated from a scoop feature from a cemetery at Teouma, Vanuatu in the western Pacific (∼2850 BP) were examined to assess the nature of the deposit. Possible scenarios explaining the reason the bone was burnt and interred were asse
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