The Origins of the Civilization of Angkor: Volume VI The Iron Age: Summary and Conclusions

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Charles Higham, A. Kijngam
Fine Arts Department of Thailand, 2013/12/01 - 403 ページ
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This volume completes the series of reports on the excavationsof Ban Non Wat, Noen U-Loke and Ban Lum Khao.
 

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Introduction
1
Domestic Occupation
11
Chapter 3 The Iron Age occupation of Layer 3
31
Chapter 4 The Fish Remains
43
Chapter 5 The Phimai Black Ceramic
59
Fabric Analysis
85
Chapter 7 Analysis and Comparison of Glass Beads from Ban Non Wat and Noen ULoke
91
Chapter 8 The Spinning Tools
115
Southern Group
205
Southern Group
227
Southern Group
275
Southern Group
299
Chapter 16 The Burials of Iron Age Period 2
313
Chapter 17 The Burials of Iron Age Period 4
321
Synthesis
331
Conclusions
371

Chapter 9 The Adult Male Burials and Other Adults of Iron Age Period 1 Northern Group
121
Chapter 10 The Adult Female Burials of Iron Age Period 1 Northern Group
157
Chapter 11 The Infant Burials of Iron Age Period 1 Northern Group
181

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I have two current research projects. The first is as a member of the progamme From Paddy to Pura: the Origins of Angkor. This is directed by Dr D. O Reilly and Dr L. Shewan, and is funded by the Australian Research Council. My role is to direct the excavation of Non Ban Jak in Northeast Thailand, a large Iron Age settlement in the upper Mun Valley. My second project involves collaboration with Professor T. Higham of Oxford and Dr F. Petchey of Waikato University, and will be dating human bones and teeth from key prehistoric sites in Southeast Asia to provide a firm chronological framework for interpreting later Southeast Asian prehistory. My recently completed project, The Origins of Angkor , examined the prehistoric cultural sequence in Northeast Thailand in order to illuminate the nature of the prehistoric communities there and model state formation. This is based on excavations at the sites of Ban Lum Khao, Noen U-Loke, Non Muang Kao and Ban Non Wat. I am also a member of a research project in collaboration with the University of Durham to identify through isotopes in human teeth, the origins of individuals whose burials have been excavated at the above sites, and with the University of Sydney, the origins of Iron Age individuals in Cambodian Iron Age sites.

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