A zoologist with a taste for the past: The earl of Cranbrook's contribution to Zooarchaeological research in Southeast Asia
The Earl of Cranbrook (V) (then Lord Medway) was first introduced to archaeological research in 1958 when he participated in excavations at the Niah Caves, Sarawak Borneo. In that same year he published a paper entitled 'Food bone in Niah Cave excavations
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