Tracing an ancient gold trade trail in the Philippines using satellite imagery

A just-published paper in JAS: Reports traces an ancient gold trading trail in northwestern Philippines using satellite imagery.

A Filipino archaeologist traces an ancient gold trading trail in the northwestern Luzon, thanks to state-of-the-art satellite imagery and image enhancement techniques

Source: Looking into the past through the eyes of the future
Paper: WorldView2 satellite imagery in remote sensing a past gold trading trail in Luzon: Testing ethnohistory-based and GIS-based models

Confirming Ibaloi history through archaeology

A Philippine archaeologist suggests that archaeology has the potential to confirm events in Ibaloi oral history. One such event includes the Spanish massacre of an Ibaloi village in the 18th century.

Knowing original Ibaloi settlements thru gold trading
The Inquirer, 17 January 2012
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