The Oxford handbook of early Southeast Asia / edited by Charles F.W. Higham, Nam C. Kim. [electronic resource]

New York : Oxford University Press, 2022.
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Southeast Asia is one of the most significant regions in the world for tracing human prehistory over a period of 2 million years. The great early kingdoms of Angkor, Champa, and Central Thailand came to be a vital stage in understanding the roots of modern states.
Also issued in print: 2022.
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Humans in Island Southeast Asia Prior to Homo Sapiens Settlement, With Special Reference to Java Island / François Sémah, Anne-Marie Sémah, Truman Simanjuntak, Harry Widianto -- Mainland Southeast Asia's Earliest Kingdoms and the Case of "Funan" / Pierre-Yves Manguin, Miriam T. Stark -- Early States in Myanmar / Bob Hudson -- Community Engagement and Cultural Heritage in Southeast Asian Archaeology / Stephen Acabado, Adam Lauer, Marlon Martin -- The Prehistory of the Philippines / Eusebio Dizon -- The Neolithic of Vietnam / Philip J. Piper, Thị Mỹ Dung Lâm, Nguyễn Khánh Trung Kiên, Nguyễn Thi Thuy, Charles F. W. Higham, Fiona Petchey, Elle Grono, Peter Bellwood -- Stone Industries of Mainland and Island Southeast Asia / David Bulbeck, Ben Marwick -- The Hoabinhain: The Late and Post-Pleistocene Cultural Systems of Southeast Asia / Rasmi Shoocongdej -- Coastal Settlements in Thailand / Charles F. W. Higham -- Hunter-Gatherer Mortuary Variability in Vietnam / Marc F. Oxenham, Anna Willis, Lân Cường Nguyen, Hirofumi Matsumura -- Cereals of Southeast Asia / Dorian Q. Fuller, Cristina Castillo -- Homo floresiensis / Matthew Tocheri, Thomas Sutikna, E. Grace Veatch, Jatmiko, E. Wahyu Saptomo -- The Expansion of Rice and Millet Farmers in Southeast Asia / Fiorella Rispoli -- The Neolithic of Mainland Southeast Asia / Charles F. W. Higham -- The Origins of the Bronze Age in Mainland Southeast Asia / Roberto Ciarla -- Social Change with the Initial Bronze Age / Charles F. W. Higham -- Prehistoric Copper Production and Exchange in Southeast Asia / Vincent C. Pigott, Thomas Oliver Pryce -- Southeast Asian Evidence for Early Maritime Silk Roads Exchange and Trade-related Polities / Bérénice Bellina -- Social Change in Southeast Asia during the Iron Age / Charles F. W. Higham -- A New Chrono-cultural Approach to the Iron Age in Myanmar / Anne-Sophie Coupey, Jean-Pierre Pautreau -- The Dong Son Culture of Vietnam / Nam C. Kim -- The Sa Huynh Culture and Related Cultures in Southern Vietnam and Cambodia / Andreas Reinecke -- The Archaeogenetics of Southeast Asia / Pedro Soares, Maru Mormina, Teresa Rito, Martin B. Richards -- The Iron Age in Central Thailand / Fiorella Rispoli -- The Dian Culture in Southwest China / Tzehuey Chiou-Peng -- Early States in Thailand: Dvāravatī / Wesley Clarke, Matthew Gallon -- Angkor: A Provisional Map History of Greater Angkor from Ancestry to Transformation / Roland Fletcher, Christophe Pottier -- Champa / William A. Southworth -- The Civilisations of Central and East Java and Bali / John N. Miksic -- Early States of Insular Southeast Asia / Pierre-Yves Manguin -- Srivijaya / Pierre-Yves Manguin -- Perspectives on Maritime Archaeology in Southeast Asia / Charlotte Pham, Veronica Walker Vadillo, Jennifer Craig -- Introduction / Charles F. W. Higham, Nam C. Kim -- The Early Settlement of Island Southeast Asia / Graeme Barker -- Later hunter-gatherers in Guangxi Province / Xie Guangmao -- Community and kinship during the transition to agriculture in Northern Vietnam / Damien Huffer, R. Alexander Bentley, Marc F. Oxenham -- Language Families of Southeast Asia / Laurent Sagart -- The Expansion of Farmers into Island Southeast Asia / Peter Bellwood -- The Co Loa Polity in Northern Vietnam / Nam C. Kim.
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  • Handbook of early Southeast Asia
  • Early Southeast Asia
  • 0-19-935537-1
  • 0-19-756427-5
  • 0-19-935536-3
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