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Early mainland Southeast Asia : from first humans to Angkor / by Charles Higham.

By: Higham, Charles.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: SOCY HN 2014 622490Publication: Bangkok : River Books, 2014Description: 447 p. : ill., maps.ISBN: 9786167339443 (pbk.); 6167339449 (pbk.).Subject(s): Human settlements -- Southeast Asia -- History | Archaeology and history -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Civilization | Southeast Asia -- Antiquities
Contents:
Chapter One INTRODUCTION -- Chapter Two THE FIRST HUMANS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA -- Chapter Three ANATOMICALLY MODERN HUMANS -- Chapter Four THE NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT OF SOUTHEAST ASIA -- Chapter Five THE BRONZE AGE -- Chapter Six THE IRON AGE -- Chapter Seven THE DEVELOPMENT OF STATES -- Chapter Eight THE STATE OF ANGKOR, AD 802-1431 -- Chapter Nine CONCLUDING REMARKS: THE STRUCTURE OF THE PAST IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.
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Chapter One INTRODUCTION -- Chapter Two THE FIRST HUMANS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA -- Chapter Three ANATOMICALLY MODERN HUMANS -- Chapter Four THE NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT OF SOUTHEAST ASIA -- Chapter Five THE BRONZE AGE -- Chapter Six THE IRON AGE -- Chapter Seven THE DEVELOPMENT OF STATES -- Chapter Eight THE STATE OF ANGKOR, AD 802-1431 -- Chapter Nine CONCLUDING REMARKS: THE STRUCTURE OF THE PAST IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.

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