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Thesis 2009 Lloyd-Smith, L. Chronologies of the dead: later prehistoric burial practice at the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Lloyd-Smith, 2009 #36277]
Journal Article 2009 Kiernan, Kevin Distribution and character of karst in the Lao PDR Acta Carsologica [Kiernan, 2009 #27674]
Journal Article 2009 Dobberstein, R. Archaeological collagen: why worry about collagen diagenesis Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences [Dobberstein, 2009 #27669]
Document 2009 A training manual for UNESCAP-LNTA-DolC guide training workshop at the Plain of Jars archaeological landscape, Lao PDR [ 2009 #26584]
Journal Article 2009 Oxenham, M. F. A case of lower limb paralysis in an adult male dated to 3800-3400 BP, northern Vietnam: implications for quality of life and care HOMO [Oxenham, 2009 #27677]
Thesis 2009 Ochoa, J. Terrestrial vertebrates of Ille Cave, Northern Palawan, Philippines: subsistence and palaeocology in the terminal Pleistocene to the Holocene [Ochoa, 2009 #36292]
Journal Article 2009 Piper, P. J. Hunting in a tropical rainforest: evidence from the terminal Pleistocene at Lobang Hangus, Niah Caves, Sarawak International Journal of Osteoarchaeology [Piper, 2009 #27691]
Report 2009 Paz, Victor Palawan Island Palaeohistory Research Project: report on the 2009 El Nido field season [Paz, 2009 #36149]
Journal Article 2009 Barton, H. Composite hunting technologies from the terminal Pleistocene and early Holocene, Niah Cave, Borneo Journal of Archaeological Science [Barton, 2009 #27708]
Conference Proceeding 2009 Metals and civilizations: proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on the Beginnings of the Use of Metals and Alloys (BUMA VII) Seventh International Conference on the Beginnings of the Use of Metals and Alloys (BUMA VII) [ 2009 #26529]
Journal Article 2009 Reinecke, Andreas Recent discoveries in Vietnam: gold masks and other precious items Arts of Asia [Reinecke, 2009 #27731]
Book Section 2009 Reinecke, Andreas Early cultures (first millennium B.C. to second century A.D.) Arts of ancient Viet Nam: from river plain to open sea [Reinecke, 2009 #22413]
Book (Edited) 2009 Reinecke, Andreas The first golden age of Cambodia: excavation at Prohear [Reinecke, 2009 #21335]
Book Section 2009 Wu Go, From Western Asia to the Tianshan Muntains: on the early iron artefacts found in Xinjiang Metallurgy and civilisation: Eurasia and beyond [Wu 2009 #22421]
Report 2009 McDougall, D. J. Independent technical report for Angkor Wat minerals limited on Cambodia and Indonesian exploration projects [McDougall, 2009 #36154]
Journal Article 2009 Hanks, Bryan From scale to practice: a new agenda for the study of early metallurgy on the Eurasian steppe Journal of World Prehistory [Hanks, 2009 #27763]
Book Section 2009 Han, Rubin An early iron-using centre in the ancient Jin state region (8th-3rd Century B.C.) Metallurgy and civilisation: Eurasia and beyond [Han, 2009 #22428]
Report 2009 Cawte, H. J. Archaeometallurgical investigations at Baolo and Dragon Field, Savannakhet Province, Laos: stage 1 recommendations and results provided to Lang Xiang Mineral Ltd. [Cawte, 2009 #36157]
Journal Article 2009 Amzallag, Nissim From metallurgy to bronze age civilizations: the synthetic theory American Journal of Archaeology [Amzallag, 2009 #27767]
Book Section 2009 Frachetti, Michael D. Differentiated landscapes and non-uniform complexity among bronze age societies of the Eurasian Steppe Social complexity in prehistoric Eurasia: monuments, metals, and mobility [Frachetti, 2009 #22430]
Book Section 2009 Gilmour, Brian Specialization in iron- and steel-making in the early Middle East and Central Asia: assumptions and a reassessment of early manuscript evidence Metallurgy and civilisation: Eurasia and beyond [Gilmour, 2009 #22429]
Journal Article 2009 Kamvong, Teera The origin and evolution of skarn-forming fluids from the Phu Lon deposit, Northern Loei Fold Belt, Thailand: evidence from fluid inclusion and sulfur isotope studies Journal of Asian Earth Sciences [Kamvong, 2009 #27771]
Book Section 2009 Tzeuey Chiou-Peng, Incipient metallurgy in Yunan: new data for old debates Metallurgy and civilisation: Eurasia and beyond [Tzeuey 2009 #22447]
Book 2009 Degroot, VĂ©ronique Candi, space and landscape: a study on the distribution, orientation and spatial organization of central Javanese temple remains Mededelingen van het Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde [Degroot, 2009 #19808]
Journal Article 2009 Morwood, M. J. Conclusions: implications of the Liang Bua excavations for hominin evolution and biogeography Journal of Human Evolution [Morwood, 2009 #27789]
Journal Article 2009 Ambrose, Wal Possible obsidian sources for artifacts from Timor: narrowing the options using chemical data Journal of Archaeological Science [Ambrose, 2009 #27787]
Journal Article 2009 van den Bergh, G. D. The Liang Bua faunal remains: a 95 k.yr. sequence from Flores, East Indonesia Journal of Human Evolution [van 2009 #27799]
Journal Article 2009 Joordens, J. C. A. Relevance of aquatic environments for hominins: a case study from Trinil (Java, Indonesia) Journal of Human Evolution [Joordens, 2009 #27798]
Book 2009 Klein, R. G. The human career: human biological and cultural origins [Klein, 2009 #19811]
Journal Article 2009 Bettis, E. A. Way out of Africa: early Pleistocene palaeoenvironments inhabited by <i>Homo erectus</i> in Sangiran, Java Journal of Human Evolution [Bettis, 2009 #27868]