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Journal Article 2022 Anggraeni Early Metal Age settlement at the site of Palemba,
Kalumpang, Karama Valley, West Sulawesi
Asian Perspectives [Anggraeni 2022 #37061]
Book Section 2022 Reinecke, Andreas The Sa Huynh Culture and related cultures in Southern Vietnam and Cambodia The Oxford Handbook of Early Southeast Asia [Reinecke, 2022 #37037]
Journal Article 2019 Rangkuti, Nurhadi Archaeological evidence from Purwo Agung site (Karang Agung Tengah): a new perspective on Pre-Srivijayan settlement in the coastal area of South Sumatra Archaeological Research in Asia [Rangkuti, 2019 #26689]
Journal Article 2014 Carter, Alison Glass beads from jar burials of the 15th-17th centuries in the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers [Carter, 2014 #26967]
Journal Article 2016 Carter, A. K. Glass beads from 15th-17th century CE jar burial sites in Cambodia's Cardamom Mountains Archaeometry [Carter, 2016 #26966]
Journal Article 2017 Bulbeck, David Traditions of jars as mortuary containers in the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago Terra Australis [Bulbeck, 2017 #27379]
Journal Article 1956 van Heekeren, H. R. Note on a proto-historic urn-burial site at Anjayr, Java Anthropos [van 1956 #27656]
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]
Journal Article 1996 Nitta, E. Comparative study on the jar burial traditions in Vietnam, Thailand and Laos Historical Science Reports of Kagoshima University [Nitta, 1996 #27679]
Book Section 2015 Lewis, Helen A buried jar site and its destruction: Tham An Mah Cave, Luang Prabang Province, Lao PDR Advancing Southeast Asian archaeology 2013: selected papers from the First SEAMEO SPAFA International Conference on Southeast Asian Archaeology [Lewis, 2015 #22515]
Journal Article 1968 Harrisson, Barbara A Niah stone age jar-burial C-14 dated Sarawak Museum Journal [Harrisson, 1968 #27943]
Journal Article 2013 King, Charlotte L. Moving peoples, changing diets: isotopic differences highlight migration and subsistence changes in the Upper Mun River Valley, Thailand Journal of Archaeological Science [King, 2013 #28291]
Document 2008 Hung, Luu Introduction to jars in the life of ethnic groups in the central highlands of Vietnam [Hung, 2008 #26585]
Book Section 2010 Lloyd-Smith, Lindsay The jar-burial tradition in the west mouth of Niah Cave, Sarawak: burial histories, social identies, and changing perceptions of pottery and death 50 years of archaeology in Southeast Asia: essays in honour of Ian Glover [Lloyd-Smith, 2010 #23456]
Conference Paper 2009 Beavan-Athfield, Nancy 15th-17th century jar burials in the Cardamom Mountains, Kingdom of Cambodia: a multidisciplinary investigation of secondary burials Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Hanoi Conference [Beavan-Athfield, 2009 #26432]
Journal Article 2009 Lam Thi My Dzung, Sa Huynh regional and inter-regional interactions in the Thu Bon valley, Quang Nam province, central Vietnam Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [Lam 2009 #29082]
Journal Article 1991 My Dzung Lam, Sa Huynh jar burial sites and Champa relics in Hoi An Khao Co Hoc [My 1991 #29405]
Thesis 2007 Barretto-Tesoro, Grace Social identities and earthenware functions in 15th century AD Philippines Department of Archaeology [Barretto-Tesoro, 2007 #36383]
Thesis 2007 Cuevas, Nida Tubalado Figuring sex and gender in Maitum anthropomorphic vessels: ethnographic analogy and standardization Archaeological Studies Program [Cuevas, 2007 #36382]
Book Section 2008 Bonatz, Dominik Archaeology of the Jambi Highlands (Indonesia) From <i>Homo erectus</i> to the living traditions [Bonatz, 2008 #23671]
Book Section 2008 Coupey, Anne-Sophie Infant and child burials in the Samon Valley, Myanmar From <i>Homo erectus</i> to the living traditions [Coupey, 2008 #23688]
Journal Article 1986 Andrews, R. G. Ulu Leang 2, an Iron Age jar burial cave in South Sulawesi, Indonesia Indonesia Circle [Andrews, 1986 #29654]
Journal Article 1971 Fontaine, H. Renseignements nouveaux sur la céramique du champ de jarres funéraires de Dâu Giây Bulletin des Études Indochinoises [Fontaine, 1971 #29735]
Journal Article 1924 Parmentier, Henri Notes d'archéologie indochinoise. VII. Dépôts de Jarres à Sa-Huynh (Quảng Ngãi, Annam) Bulletin de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient [Parmentier, 1924 #30402]
Journal Article 2000 Reinecke, Andreas Ve di chi mo chum Go Mun thuoc van hioa Sa Huynh moi phat hien o mien Trung Viêt Nam [ A newly discovered burial site of Sa Huynh Culture at Go Mun in Central Viêt Nam ] Khao Co Hoc [Reinecke, 2000 #30716]
Journal Article 1995 Nguyen Lan Cuong, Nghien cuu nhung di cot nguoi co tim thay o hai dia diem Giong Phet, Giong Ca Vo, huyen Can Gio( Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh ) [ Study of ancient human remains found in Giong Phet and Giong Ca Vo sites at Can Gio district ( Ho Minh City )] Khao Co Hoc [Nguyen 1995 #30882]
Journal Article 1995 Nguyen Kim Dung, Do trang su trong cac mo chum o Can Gio ( Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh ) [ Ornaments from jar burial sites in Can Gio district, Ho Chi Minh city] Khao Co Hoc [Nguyen 1995 #30881]
Journal Article 1995 Nguyen Thi Hau, Mo chum Giong Ca Vo [ Giong Ca Vo jar burials] Khao Co Hoc [Nguyen 1995 #30880]
Journal Article 1996 Nguyen Van Hao, Phat hien khao co hoc tren quan dao Truong Sa va cac quan dao phia nam Viêt Nam [ Archaeological discoveries on truong Sa Archipelago and some islands in southern Viêt Nam ] Khao Co Hoc [Nguyen 1996 #30827]
Journal Article 1996 Nguyen Trung Chien, Dieu tra khao co hoc mot so dao ven bo bien phia nam [ Archaeological survey on some islands in the seacoast of south Viêt Nam ] Khao Co Hoc [Nguyen 1996 #30825]