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Book Section 1967 Angel, J. Lawrence Porotic Hyperostosis or Osteoporosis Symmetrica Diseases in Antiquity: A Survey of the Diseases, Injuries and Surgery of Early Populations [Angel, 1967 #37139]
Book Section 2022 Huffer, Damien Community and kinship during the transition to agriculture in Northern Vietnam. The Oxford Handbook of Early Southeast Asia [Huffer, 2022 #37024]
Journal Article 2009 Baab, Karen L. Size, shape, and asymmetry in fossil hominins: the status of the LB1 cranium based on 3D morphometric analyses Journal of Human Evolution [Baab, 2009 #26638]
Journal Article 2013 Montgomery, Stephen H. Primate brains, the ‘island rule’ and the evolution of <i>Homo floresiensis</i> Journal of Human Evolution [Montgomery, 2013 #26632]
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 2019 Matsumura, Hirofumi Craniometrics reveal "two layers" of prehistoric human dispersal in eastern Eurasia Scientific Reports [Matsumura, 2019 #26676]
Journal Article 2018 Matsumura, Hirofumi Cranio-morphometric and aDNA corroboration of the Austronesian dispersal model in ancient Island Southeast Asia: support from Gua Harimau, Indonesia PLOS One [Matsumura, 2018 #26730]
Book Section 2017 Matsumura, Hirofumi The biological history of Southeast Asian populations from Late Pleistocene and Holocene cemetery data First Islanders: Prehistory and Human Migration in Island Southeast Asia [Matsumura, 2017 #22319]
Journal Article 2017 Zhang, Yameng Comparing methods for estimating cranial capacity in incomplete human fossils using the Jingchuan 1 partial cranium as an example Quaternary International [Zhang, 2017 #27361]
Book Section 2006 Détroit, F. <i>Homo sapiens</i> in Southeast Asian archipelagoes: the Holocene fossil evidence with special reference to funerary practices in east Java Austronesian diaspora and the ethnogenesis of people in Indonesian archipelago [Détroit, 2006 #22373]
Journal Article 2002 Rosenberg, K. A late Pleistocene human skeleton from Liujiang, China suggests regional population variation in sexual dimorphism in the hman pelvis Variability and Evolution [Rosenberg, 2002 #27713]
Journal Article 2007 H. Shang, An early modern human from Tianyuan cave, Zhoukoudian, China PNAS [H. 2007 #27712]
Book 1995 Storm, P. The evolutionary significance of the Wajak skulls [Storm, 1995 #19800]
Journal Article 2008 Coppens, Y. Discovery of an archaic <i>homo sapiens</i> skullcap in northeast Mongolia Comptes Rendus Palevol [Coppens, 2008 #27722]
Journal Article 2002 Cunningham, D. L. Within-group human variation in the Asian Pleistocene: the three Upper Cave crania Journal of Human Evolution [Cunningham, 2002 #27721]
Book Section 1999 Brown, P. The first modern east Asians? Another look at Upper Cave 101, Liujiang, and Minatogawa 1 Interdisciplinary perspectives on the origins of the Japanese [Brown, 1999 #22381]
Journal Article 2012 Hanihara, T. Population history of the northern Vietnamese inferred from nonmetric cranial trait variation Anthropological Science [Hanihara, 2012 #27818]
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 2012 Curnoe, F. Human remains from the Pleistocene-Holocene transition of southwest China suggest a complex evolutionary history for East Asians PLOS One [Curnoe, 2012 #27864]
Book Section in a Series 2011 Hirofumi Matsumura Quantitative cranio-morphology at Man Bac Man Bac: the excavation of a neolithic site in northern Vietnam [Hirofumi 2011 #25424]
Book Section in a Series 2011 Yukio Dodo Qualitative cranio-morphology at Man Bac Man Bac: the excavation of a neolithic site in northern Vietnam [Yukio 2011 #25423]
Journal Article 1979 Birdsell, J. B. Abstract to "A reassessment of the age, sex and population affinities of the Niah cranium" American Journal of Physical Anthropology [Birdsell, 1979 #28533]
Journal Article 2008 Pietrusewsky, Michael Craniometric variation in Southeast Asia and neighboring regions: a multivariate analysis of cranial measurements Human Evolution [Pietrusewsky, 2008 #29216]
Journal Article 2010 Pietrusewsky, Michael A multivariate analysis of measurements recorded in early and more modern crania from East Asia and Southeast Asia Quaternary International [Pietrusewsky, 2010 #29217]
Journal Article 1981 Wu, Xinzhi A well-preserved cranium of an archaic type of early <i>Homo sapiens</i> from Dali, China Scientia Sinica [Wu, 1981 #29234]
Book Section in a Series 2006 Pietrusewsky, Michael A multivariate craniometric study of the prehistoric and modern inhabitants of Southeast Asia, East Asia and surrounding regions : a human kaleidoscope? Bioarchaeology of Southeast Asia [Pietrusewsky, 2006 #25932]
Book Section in a Series 2006 Hanihara, Tsunehiko Interpretation of craniofacial variation and diversification of East and Southeast Asians Bioarchaeology of Southeast Asia [Hanihara, 2006 #25931]
Book Section in a Series 1975 Rişcuţia, Cantemir A study of the Modjokerto infant calvarium Paleoanthropology: morphology and paleoecology [Rişcuţia, 1975 #25960]
Journal Article 1925 Patte, Étienne Notes sur le préhistorique indochinois. III. Étude anthropologique du crâne néolithique de Minh Cam (Annam) Bulletin du Service Géologique de l'Indochine [Patte, 1925 #30408]
Journal Article 1998 Nguyen Lan Cuong, Co nhan hoc - 30 nam, mot chang duong [ Paleoanthropology - 30 years, one stage] Khao Co Hoc [Nguyen 1998 #30769]