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Book Section 2022 Tocheri, Matthew W. Homo floresiensis The Oxford Handbook of Early Southeast Asia [Tocheri, 2022 #37015]
Journal Article 2021 Hayes, Elspeth Use-polished stone flakes from Liang Bua, Indonesia: Implications for plant processing and fibrecraft in the Late Pleistocene Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports [Hayes, 2021 #36988]
Book Section in a Series 2020 Zahorka, Herwig The hidden, unique, bronze battleship from Mt. Dobo, East Flores, Indonesia, assumed to date to the Dong-So'n period EurASEAA14: papers from the Fourteenth International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. Volume 1: ancient and living traditions [Zahorka, 2020 #36739]
Journal Article 1991 Lewis, E. D. The relations of the social order, agricultural practice, and environment in Tana'ai, Flores Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [Lewis, 1991 #35613]
Journal Article 1996 van den Bergh, Gert D. Did Homo erectus reach the island of Flores? Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [van 1996 #31713]
Journal Article 2004 Brown, P. A new small-bodied hominin from the Late Pleistocene of Flores, Indonesia Nature [Brown, 2004 #30634]
Journal Article 2004 Dalton, Rex Little lady of Flores forces rethink of human evolution Nature [Dalton, 2004 #30633]
Journal Article 2004 Morwood, M. J. Archaeology and age of a new hominin from Flores in eastern Indonesia Nature [Morwood, 2004 #30631]
Journal Article 2006 Brumm, Adam Fire-making using a stone 'strike-a-light' in the Soa basin of Flores, Indonesia Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [Brumm, 2006 #30024]
Journal Article 2008 Dobney, Keith The pigs of island Southeast Asia and the Pacific: new evidence for taxonomic status and human-mediated dispersal Asian Perspectives (2008) [Dobney, 2008 #29411]
Journal Article 1985 Sukendar, Haris The living megalithic tradition in eastern Indonesia Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [Sukendar, 1985 #29383]
Journal Article 1970 Maringer, J. Die Steinartefakte aus der Stegodon-fossilschicht von Mengeruda auf Flores, Indonesien Anthropos [Maringer, 1970 #29312]
Journal Article 1970 Maringer, J. Notes on stone artefacts in the National Archaeology Institute of Indonesia at Djakarta, collected from the Stegodon-fossil bed at Boaleza in Flores Anthropos [Maringer, 1970 #29311]
Journal Article 1999 Morwood, M. J. Archaeological and palaeontological research in central Flores, east Indonesia: results of fieldwork 1997-98 Antiquity [Morwood, 1999 #29195]
Journal Article 1997 Morwood, M. J. Stone artefacts from the 1994 excavation at Mata Menge, West Central Flores, Indonesia Australian Archaeology [Morwood, 1997 #29194]
Journal Article 2009 Westaway, K. E. <i>Homo floresiensis</i> and the late Pleistocene environments of eastern Indonesia: defining the nature of the relationship Quaternary Science Reviews [Westaway, 2009 #28578]
Journal Article 2006 Brumm, Adam Early stone technology on Flores and its implication for <i>Homo floresiensis</i> Nature [Brumm, 2006 #28531]
Journal Article 2005 Morwood, M. J, Further evidence for small-bodied hominins from the Late Pleistocene of Flores, Indonesia Nature [Morwood, 2005 #28494]
Journal Article 2013 Hayes, Susan Faces of <i>Homo floresiensis</i> (LB1) Journal of Archaeological Science [Hayes, 2013 #28151]
Journal Article 2010 Brumm, A. Stone technology at the Middle Pleistocene site of Mata Menge, Flores, Indonesia Journal of Archaeological Science [Brumm, 2010 #27867]
Journal Article 2008 Gordon, Adam D. The <i>Homo floresiensis</i> cranium (LB1): size scaling and early <i>Homo</i> affinities PNAS [Gordon, 2008 #27846]
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 2016 Galipaud, Jean-Christophe The Pain Haka burial ground in Flores: Indonesian evidence for a shared neolithic cosmology in Southeast Asia Antiquity [Galipaud, 2016 #27661]
Journal Article 2015 Larick, Roy Early hominin biogeography in Island Southeast Asia Evolutionary Anthropology [Larick, 2015 #27581]
Journal Article 2017 Morley, Mike W. Initial micromorphological results from Liang Bua, Flores (Indonesia): site formation processes and hominin activities at the type locality of <i> Homo floresiensis </i> Journal of Archaeological Science [Morley, 2017 #26907]
Journal Article 2013 Morwood, Mike Hobbits in context: hominin biogeography in island Southeast Asia Quaternary International [Morwood, 2013 #26766]
Journal Article 2016 Balzeau, Antoine What do cranial bones of LB1 tell us about <i>Homo floresiensis?</i> Journal of Human Evolution [Balzeau, 2016 #26651]
Journal Article 2011 Kaifu, Yousuke Craniofacial morphology of <i>Homo floresiensis:</i> description, taxonomic affinities, and evolutionary implication Journal of Human Evolution [Kaifu, 2011 #26650]
Journal Article 2014 Dennell, Robin W. The origins and persistence of <i>Homo floresiensis</i> on Flores: biogeographical and ecological perspectives Quaternary Science Reviews [Dennell, 2014 #26649]
Journal Article 2017 Argue, Debbie The affinities of <i>Homo floresiensis</i> based on phylogenetic analyses of cranial, dental, and postcranial characters Journal of Human Evolution [Argue, 2017 #26648]