An Son and the neolithic of southern Vietnam

Date

2011

Authors

Bellwood, Peter
Oxenham, Marc
Chi Hoang, B
Nguyen, Kim Dzung
Willis, Anna
Sarjeant, Carmen
Piper, Philip
Matsumura, H
Tanaka, Katsunori
Beavan, Nancy

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University of Hawaii Press

Abstract

Between 4500 and 3500 years ago, partially intrusive Neolithic populations in the riverine basins of mainland Southeast Asia began to form mounded settlements and to develop economies based on rice cultivation, fishing, hunting, and the domestication of a

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Keywords: cranium; historical perspective; human settlement; Neolithic; river basin; settlement history; Mekong Delta; Thailand; Viet Nam; Animalia; Canis familiaris; Oryza sativa (japonica cultivar-group); Suidae Human biological history; Neolithic; Prehistoric food production; Prehistoric pottery; Vietnam

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Asian Perspectives

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Journal article

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10.1353/asi.2011.0007

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