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Stargardt J (1983) Satingpra: the environmental and economic archaeology of South Thailand, Studies in . Asian Archaeology 1, ISEAS, BAR International Series 158Google Scholar

Stargardt J (1983) Satingpra: the environmental and economic archaeology of South Thailand, Studies in . Asian Archaeology 1, ISEAS, BAR International Series 158Google Scholar. Tanabe S et al (2003) Song Hong (Red River) delta evolution related to millennium-scale Holocene sea-level changes. Quatern Sci Rev 22:2345–2361CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Tran N, NQ Toan (1991) Characteristics of sedimentary cycles and Quaternary geological evolution of the Red River Delta, Tap chi Dia Chat 9–12Google Scholar.

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Stargardt, J. 1983: Satingpra I, the Environmental and Economic Archaeology of South Thailand. British Archaeological Reports (BAR), Oxford in association with the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Oxford, 1983, xxiii+381 p. 66 figs. pls. (Translated into Thai, Silapakorn University, Department of Archaeology, 1985. Fellow and Director of Studies at Sidney Sussex College. University: University of Cambridge. 1983: Satingpra I, the Environmental and Economic Archaeology of South Thailand

Stargardt, J. Translated into Thai, Silapakorn University, Department of Archaeology. Other publications: Selected Articles and Book Chapters (2016-1992 only). Stargardt, J. 2001b: 'The Great Silver Reliquary from Sri Ksetra: the oldest Buddhist art in Burma and one of the two oldest Pali inscriptions in the world,' in Festschrift for Professor . Eds. K. van Kooij and M. Klokke. Groningen, Egbert Forster, 487-519, 13 pls.

Archaeology studies the people in the past as indicators of the things that anthropologists study and more. The similarities go beyond the material though. Some archaeologists study modern technologically primitive peoples to understand the beliefs and practices of the past by studying their materials and technology (3). More details are below. This data allows archaeologists to examine data in large and broad areas, or as a global phenomenon, examining changing technology, and natural and anthropomorphic environmental change (20, p225).

Satingpra I: The Environmental and Economic Archaeology of South Thailand. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports (BAR) in association with ISEAS, Singapore. a b Lekenvall, Henrik (2012). Late Stone Age Communities in the Thai-Malay Peninsula". Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology. Gorman C. (1971) The Hoabinhian and After: Subsistence Patterns in Southeast Asia during the Late Pleistocene and Early Recent Periods. World Archaeology 2: 300-320. Shoocongdej, R. 2010. Late Stone Age Communities in the Thai-Malay Peninsula. Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology 32 (2012): 78-86. a b Lekenvall, Henrik.

The purpose of Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology is to highlight studies addressing significant anthropological issues in the Americas from the perspective .

The purpose of Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology is to highlight studies addressing significant anthropological issues in the Americas from the perspective of environmental archaeology. Environmental archaeology encompasses the application of biological and geological techniques to the study of human/environmental interactions. Each chapter is an original or revised work by gnized geoarchaeologists, human biologists, paleoethnobotanists, and zooarchaeologists.

Studies Landscape Archaeology, Buddhist Studies и History and . Publication Name: Environmental and Climate Change in South and Southeast Asia.

Studies Landscape Archaeology, Buddhist Studies и History and archaeology. Senior Fellow, McDonald Institute and Professorial Fellow, Sidney Sussex more. Abstract: Sri Ksetra is a very large urban site created by the Pyu people, ca. fourth century AD, on the southern edge of the Dry Zone of Central Burma. Southern Thai Waterways: Archaeological Evidence on Agriculture, Shipping and Trade in the Srivijayan Period more.

Environmental archaeology is concerned with the complex interplay between people and the environments that they . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. 587 p. ublic Benefits of Archaeology. ed. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2002

Environmental archaeology is concerned with the complex interplay between people and the environments that they inhabited in the past, from the food they ate to the landscapes they transformed by their actions View. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2002

Satingpra I: the environmental and economic archaeology of S. Thai (Studies in) ebook
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