Tracing the development of agriculture across Southeast Asia

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When it comes to tracing the movements and migrations of prehistoric communities across Southeast Asia, the Bellwood model stands out as one of the leading theories – humans moved Southwest China, humans moved from Philippines to island Southeast Asia and the pacific islands, and also southward to mainland Southeast Asia. The ANU Reporter presents this report that build on this migration thesis to detect and trace the emergence of agricultural societies dating as far back as 5,000 years in Southeast Asia.

ANU Reporter, Spring 2007

Unearthing ancient Asia
ANU Reporter Spring 2007
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