By Marc Oxenham, Nancy Tayles
Bringing jointly the main energetic researchers in past due Pleistocene/Holocene Southeast Asian human osteology, this quantity considers significant methods to learning human skeletal continues to be. utilizing research of the actual visual appeal of the region's prior peoples, it explores matters comparable to the facts for migratory styles (particularly among Southeast and Northeast Asia) and counter arguments centering on in situ microevolutionary switch. Written for archaeologists, bioarchaeologists and organic anthropologists, the publication offers interesting perception into the bioarchaeology of this significant zone.
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