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Journal Article 2019 Curnoe, Darren Femur associated with the Deep Skull from the West Mouth of the Niah Caves (Sarawak, Malaysia) Journal of Human Evolution [Curnoe, 2019 #26633]
Journal Article 2017 Barker, Graeme The ‘cultured rainforests’ of Borneo Quaternary International [Barker, 2017 #27034]
Book 2016 Archaeological investigations in the Niah Caves, Sarawak, 1954-2004 [ 2016 #19744]
Journal Article 2017 Stephens, M. Post-depositional alteration of humid tropical cave sediments: micromorphological research in the Great Cave of Niah, Sarawak, Borneo Journal of Archaeological Science [Stephens, 2017 #27621]
Journal Article 2016 Curnoe, Darren Deep skull from Niah Cave and the Pleistocene peopling of Southeast Asia Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution [Curnoe, 2016 #27632]
Book Section 2005 Krigbaum, J. The West Mouth burial series from Niah Cave: past and present The Perak man and other prehistoric skeletons of Malaysia [Krigbaum, 2005 #22349]
Journal Article 2008 Valentine, B. Reconstructing neolithic groups in Sarawak, Malaysia Journal of Archaeological Science [Valentine, 2008 #27663]
Journal Article 2013 Lloyd-Smith, L. The West Mouth neolithic cemetery, Niah Cave, Sarawak Proceedings of the Prehistory Society [Lloyd-Smith, 2013 #27659]
Journal Article 1963 Wells, C. Two neolithic burials from Lobang Jeragan, a cliff-cave at Niah Sarawak Museum Journal [Wells, 1963 #27655]
Thesis 2012 Cole, F. Communities of the dead: practice as an indicator of group identity in the Neolitihic and Metal Age burial caves of Niah, north Borneo [Cole, 2012 #36279]
Thesis 2001 Krigbaum, J. Human paleodiet in tropical southeast Asia: isotopic evidence from Niah Cave and Gua Cha [Krigbaum, 2001 #36278]
Thesis 2009 Lloyd-Smith, L. Chronologies of the dead: later prehistoric burial practice at the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Lloyd-Smith, 2009 #36277]
Journal Article 2005 Hunt, C. Cultivation and human impact at 6000 cal yr B.P. in tropical lowland forest at Niah, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo Quarternary Research [Hunt, 2005 #27664]
Book Section 2010 Lloyd-Smith, L. The jar-burial tradition in the West Mouth of Niah Cave, Sarawak: burial histories, social identities, and the changing perceptions of pottery and death Fifty years of archaeology in Southeast Asia: essays in honour of Ian Glover [Lloyd-Smith, 2010 #22360]
Book 1962 Harrisson, B. Lobang Jeragan: an important burial cave excavated at Niah--with particular reference to its prehistoric earthenware [Harrisson, 1962 #19789]
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]
Book Section 2007 Rabett, R. J. Through the looking glass: new evidence on the presence and behaviour of late Pleistocene humans at Niah Cave, Sarawak, Borneo Rethinking the human revolution [Rabett, 2007 #22370]
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]
Book Section 2014 Hunt, Chris Missing links, cultural modernity and the dead: anatomically modern humans in the Great Cave of Niah (Sarawak, Borneo) Southern Asia, Australia, and the search for human origins [Hunt, 2014 #22529]
Journal Article 1968 Harrisson, Barbara A Niah stone age jar-burial C-14 dated Sarawak Museum Journal [Harrisson, 1968 #27943]
Journal Article 1959 Harrisson, Tom Radio carbon—C-14 datings: B.C. from Niah: a note Sarawak Museum Journal [Harrisson, 1959 #27942]
Book Section 2015 Reynolds, Tim Reconstructing late Pleistocene climates, landscapes, and human activities in northern Borneo from excavations in the Niah Caves Emergence and diversity of modern human behavior in paleolithic Asia [Reynolds, 2015 #22614]
Book Section in a Series 2008 Szabó, Katherine Sailing between worlds: the symbolism of death in northwest Borneo Islands of inquiry: colonisation, seafaring and the archaeology of maritime landscapes [Szabó, 2008 #25409]
Journal Article 1985 Munan, Heidi Common Borneo beads Sandfly [Munan, 1985 #28118]
Journal Article 2012 Lloyd-Smith, Lindsay Early Holocene burial practice at Niah Cave, Sarawak Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology [Lloyd-Smith, 2012 #28135]
Book Section in a Series 2013 Barker, Graeme The Niah Caves and the prehistory of island Southeast Asia: research themes Rainforest foraging and farming in island Southeast Asia: the archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Barker, 2013 #25487]
Book Section in a Series 2013 Barker, Graeme Archaeological investigations in the Niah Caves, 1954-2004 Rainforest foraging and farming in island Southeast Asia: the archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Barker, 2013 #25486]
Book Section in a Series 2013 Gilbertson, David The cave entrance sequences and environmental change Rainforest foraging and farming in island Southeast Asia: the archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Gilbertson, 2013 #25485]
Book Section in a Series 2013 Reynolds, Tim The first modern humans at Niah, <i>c</i>. 50,000-35,000 years ago Rainforest foraging and farming in island Southeast Asia: the archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Reynolds, 2013 #25484]
Book Section in a Series 2013 Barton, Huw Late Pleistocene foragers, <i>c</i>. 35,000-11,500 years ago Rainforest foraging and farming in island Southeast Asia: the archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak [Barton, 2013 #25483]