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Ref ID: 26405
Ref Type: Conference Paper
Authors: Demeter, Fabrice
Peyre, Evelyne
Coppens, Yves
Title: The prehistoric human remains of Som Ron Sen, Cambodia
Date: 1998
Source: The 16th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association
Place of Publication: Melaka, Melaysia
Abstract: The human skeletal sample from the Som Ron Sen site (also called Samrong Sen), in the province of Kompong-Leng, Cambodia, was exhumed in 1901 by the Assistant Director of the Geological Service of Indo-China, Henri Mansuy (Mansuy 1902, 1923). There were at least 20 individuals as deduced from the number of mandibles and post-cranial bones (Colani 1930). However, of the three skills, only that of one male is well preserved.
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