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Journal Article 2017 Hawkins, Stuart Oldest human occupation of Wallacea at Laili Cave, Timor-Leste, shows broad-spectrum foraging responses to late Pleistocene environments Quaternary Science Reviews [Hawkins, 2017 #26626]
Journal Article 2016 Reepmeyer, Christian Late Pleistocene/early Holocene maritime interaction in Southeastern Indonesia – Timor Leste Journal of Archaeological Science [Reepmeyer, 2016 #26625]
Journal Article 2010 O'Connor, Sue Faces of the ancestors revealed: discovery and dating of a Pleistocene-age petroglyph in Lene Hara Cave, East Timor Antiquity [O'Connor, 2010 #26788]
Journal Article 2005 O'Connor, Sue Early Holocene shell fish hooks from Lene Hara Cave, East Timor establish complex fishing technology was in use in island Southeast Asia five thousand years before Austronesian settlement Antiquity [O'Connor, 2005 #26787]
Journal Article 2017 O'Connor, Sue Cave stratigraphies and cave breccias: implications for sediment acculumation and removal models and interpreting the record of human occupation Journal of Archaeological Science [O'Connor, 2017 #26905]
Journal Article 2017 Galipaud, Jean-Christophe Aleti Tunu Bibi: Contextualizing a new rock art site in East Timor and the wider Asia-Pacific region Asian Perspectives (2016) [Galipaud, 2017 #27391]
Journal Article 2016 Galipaud, Jean-Christophe Aleti Tunu Bibi: contextualizing a new rock art site in East Timor and the wider Asia-Pacific region Asian Perspectives [Galipaud, 2016 #27473]
Journal Article 2011 O'Connor, Sue Pelagic fishing at 42,000 years before the present and the maritime skills of modern humans Science [O'Connor, 2011 #27476]
Journal Article 2016 Marwick, Ben Early modern human lithic technology from Jerimalai, East Timor Journal of Human Evolution [Marwick, 2016 #27533]
Journal Article 2016 Langley, Michelle C. 42,000-year-old worked and pigment-stained nautilus shell from Jerimalai (Timor-Leste): evidence for an early coastal adaptation in ISEA Journal of Human Evolution [Langley, 2016 #27518]
Journal Article 2014 O'Connor, S. Are osseous artefacts a window to perishable material culture? Implications of an unusually complex bone tool from the late Pleistocene of East Timor Journal of Human Evolution [O'Connor, 2014 #27694]
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]
Book Section 2015 Lopes, Lucas Serrao The real situation, the impact, and the benefits: maritime and underwater archaeology in Timor-Leste Advancing Southeast Asian archaeology 2013: selected papers from the First SEAMEO SPAFA International Conference on Southeast Asian Archaeology [Lopes, 2015 #22520]
Book 1986 Traube, Elizabeth G. Cosmology and social life: ritual exchange among the Mambai of East Timor [Traube, 1986 #19877]
Book Section 2015 O'Connor, Sue Crossing the Wallace Line: the maritime skills of the earliest colonists in the Wallacean archipelago Emergence and diversity of modern human behavior in paleolithic Asia [O'Connor, 2015 #22542]
Journal Article 2014 Fenner, Jack N. Two clocks: a comparison of ceramic and radiocarbon dates at Macapainara, East Timor Asian Perspectives (2013) [Fenner, 2014 #28087]
Book Section in a Series 2013 McWilliam, Andrew Cultural heritage and its performative modalities: imagining the Nino Konis Santana National Park in East Timor Transcending the culture-nature divide in cultural heritage: views from the Asia-Pacific region [McWilliam, 2013 #25386]
Journal Article 2007 Lape, Peter V. Rock art: a potential source of information about past maritime technology in the South-East Asia-Pacific region International Journal of Nautical Archaeology [Lape, 2007 #28182]
Journal Article 2006 Lape, Peter V. Chronology of fortified settlements in East Timor Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology [Lape, 2006 #28181]
Journal Article 2014 Tan, Noel Hidalgo Rock art research in Southeast Asia: an synthesis Arts [Tan, 2014 #28180]
Journal Article 2008 Lape, Peter V. Fortification as a human response to late Holocene climate change in East Timor Archaeology in Oceania [Lape, 2008 #28183]
Book Section 2013 Forestier, Hubert A limestone outcrop as a landmark of prehistoric settlement in the Manatuto region (East Timor) Unearthing Southeast Asia's past: selected papers from the 12th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists [Forestier, 2013 #22855]
Book Section 2012 Bräuchler, Birgit Intangible cultural heritage and peace building in Indonesia and East Timor Routledge handbook of heritage in Asia [Bräuchler, 2012 #22943]
Book Section 1996 Snyder, D. B. Geophysical evidence for local indentor tectonics in the Banda arc east of Timor Tectonic evolution of Southeast Asia [Snyder, 1996 #23139]
Book Section 1996 Hughes, B. D. Detailed processing of seismic reflection data from the frontal part of the Timor trough accretionary wedge, eastern Indonesia Tectonic evolution of Southeast Asia [Hughes, 1996 #23138]
Book Section 1996 Milsom, J. Extension, collision and curvature in the eatern Banda arc Tectonic evolution of Southeast Asia [Milsom, 1996 #23137]
Book Section in a Series 1968 Verhoeven, T. Vorgeschichtliche Forschungen auf Flores, Timor und Sumba Anthropica: Gedenkschrift zum 100. Geburtstag von P. W. Schmidt [Verhoeven, 1968 #25562]
Journal Article 2010 Widyono, Benny Review of "Dependent communities: aid and politics in Cambodia and East Timor," by Caroline Hughes Journal of the Siam Society [Widyono, 2010 #28801]
Journal Article 1936 Sarasin, Fritz Beiträge zur Prähistorie der Inseln Timor und Roti Verhandlungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Basel [Sarasin, 1936 #28867]
Book 1992 Rowland, Ian Timor, including the islands of Roti and Ndao [Rowland, 1992 #20208]