Early to Mid-Holocene Burial Traditions of Island Southeast Asia and a 5th millennium BP flexed inhumation from Bubog-1, Ilin Island, Mindoro Occidental

Alfred Pawlik (Corresponding Author), Rebecca Crozier, Riczar Fuentes, Rachel Wood, Philip Piper

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JournalAntiquity
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Keywords

  • burial traditions
  • flexed burial
  • maritime interaction
  • sociocultural development
  • Island Southeast Asia
  • Terminal Pleistocene-Mid-Holocene

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Early to Mid-Holocene Burial Traditions of Island Southeast Asia and a 5th millennium BP flexed inhumation from Bubog-1, Ilin Island, Mindoro Occidental. / Pawlik, Alfred (Corresponding Author); Crozier, Rebecca; Fuentes, Riczar; Wood, Rachel; Piper, Philip.

In: Antiquity, 22.08.2018.

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