FROM PADDY TO PURA: THE ORIGINS OF ANGKOR (NON-LEAD)
Grant number: DP110101997 | Funding period: 2017 - 2018
This project explores the origin and rise of the state in ancient Southeast Asia. Through the investigation of sites in Cambodia and Thailand and using an array of innovative technologies, the research will contribute to the global investigation of humankind's trajectory toward ever-increasing complexity.
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THE EXCAVATION OF PHUM SOPHY 2009-2010: AN IRON AGE SITE IN NORTH-WEST CAMBODIA
Dougald O'Reilly, Louise Shewan, Kate Domett, Jennifer Newton, Damian Evans, Voeurn Vuthy, Nancy Beavan
<jats:p>Excavations were undertaken at the village (<em>phum) </em>of Sophy in Banteay Meanchey Province, north-west C..
Baseline bioavailable strontium isotope values for the investigation of residential mobility and resource-acquisition strategies in prehistoric Cambodia
LG Shewan, RA Armstrong, D O'Reilly
Strontium (Sr) isotope ratios (87Sr/86Sr) measured in human skeletal material can increase one's understanding of the residential ..
Environmental and Social Change in Northeast Thailand during the Iron Age
CFW Higham, BFJ Manly, R Thosarat, HR Buckley, N Chang, SE Halcrow, S Ward, DJW O'Reilly, LG Shewan, K Domett
The Iron Age of Mainland Southeast Asia began in the fifth century bc and lasted for about a millennium. In coastal regions, the d..
A Bioarchaeological Study of Trauma at Late Iron Age to Protohistoric Non Ban Jak, Northeast Thailand.
L Pedersen, Kate Domett, N Chang, sian Halcrow, H Buckley, D O'Reilly, Louise Shewan
The Late Iron Age to early historic period site of Non Ban Jak (ca. fourth to eighth centuries a.d.), in the Upper Mun River Valle..
Phum Lovea: A moated precursor to the pura of Cambodia? Sociopolitical transformation from Iron Age settlements to early state society
Dougald O'Reilly, Louise Shewan
The understanding of Angkorian pre-state society has been greatly enhanced by an increase in archaeological investigation in recen..
RADIOCARBON DATES FROM JAR AND COFFIN BURIALS OF THE CARDAMOM MOUNTAINS REVEAL A UNIQUE MORTUARY RITUAL IN CAMBODIA'S LATE- TO POST-ANGKOR PERIOD (15TH-17TH CENTURIES AD)
Nancy Beavan, Sian Halcrow, Bruce McFadgen, Derek Hamilton, Brendan Buckley, Tep Sokha, Louise Shewan, Ouk Sokha, Stewart Fallon, John Miksic, Richard Armstrong, Dougald O'Reilly, Kate Domett, KR Chhem
We present the first radiocarbon dates from previously unrecorded, secondary burials in the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia. The mort..