Prehistoric settlement and economy in a tropical small island environment : the Banks Islands, Insular Melanesia
Searching for the Islas de Salomon and their fabulous wealth, the Great Southern Continent beloved of European cartographers and the multitudes of souls surely awaiting salvation there, Quiros the third of the Spanish voyages into the southerly latitudes of the Pacific, stumbled upon the groups of tiny oceanic islands at the intersection of the Solomons and New Hebrides archipelagos. Three or four millennia earlier these same island groups must have been significant links in the initial human...[Show more]
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