Early mainland Southeast Asia : from first humans to Angkor / Charles Higham.
- First edition.
- Bangkok : River Books, 2014.
447 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 23 cm
- Human settlements -- Southeast Asia -- History.
Archaeology and history -- Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia -- Civilization.
Southeast Asia -- Antiquities.
Archaeology and history.
- This synthesis of the latest archaeological discoveries in Southeast Asia begins with the early hunter gatherers and concludes with the early states, with particular reference to Angkor. There has been a proliferation of new ideas and interpretations with the progressive archaeology and excavation of these sites.
- The first humans in Southeast Asia
Anatomically modern humans
The neolithic settlement of Southeast Asia
The Bronze Age
The Iron Age
The development of states
The state of Angkor, AD 802-1431
Concluding remarks: The structure of the past in Southeast Asia.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 416-435) and index.
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