Prehistoric skeletal remains found in Taiwan

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Archaeologists in Taiwan are hoping to get independent reviews of skeletal remains found in Liang Island, about 200 miles west of Taiwan, which is thought to date to 7,900 years ago.

Skeletal remains from Lian Island, Taiwan Today 20120403

Skeletal remains from Lian Island, Taiwan Today 20120403

Taiwan find may throw light on Pacific settlers [Link no longer active]
AFP, 03 April 2012

CCA seeks foreign review of Neolithic skeleton
Taiwan Today, 03 April 2012
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Metal age burial site discovered in Myanmar

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Archaeologists have unearthed a large metal age cemetery, with at least 35 individuals, thought to be from the Bronze or Iron age in the Mandalay region of Myanmar.

Burial in Gyogon Village, Pyawbwe Township. Myanmar Times 20111212-18

Pre-Pyu era remains uncovered in Pyawbwe township
The Myanmar Times, 12-18 December 2011
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Burial identified as a noblewoman

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One of the mummies excavated a couple of months ago in Southern Vietnam has been identified as a noblewoman on the basis of her grave goods. Although, the image doesn’t look like the remains were mummified!

Remains of a Noblewoman from Dong Nai Province, Saigon Giai Phong 20111105

200-year-old mummy found in Dong Nai of noble descent
Saigon Giai Phong, 05 November 2011
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