Multidisciplinary project in Kalimantan Timur (Indonesia): first results and perspectives

Abstract : Island Southeast Asia has been the location of important archaeological discoveries regarding human evolution and recent human population history. Since 2003, a French-Indonesian archaeological research project has been developed in the karstic area of East Kalimantan (Indonesia), which has notably led to the discovery of caves with unique rock art paintings, dating back to at least the early Holocene (9900 years BP). A new multidisciplinary project was initiated in 2010, involving archaeological, anthropobiological and ethno-linguistic approaches, in order to document the past human occupations in this area.
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Francois-Xavier Ricaut, Oktaviana Adhi Agus, Jean-Georges Ferrie, Bambang Sugiyanto, Josette Sarel, et al.. Multidisciplinary project in Kalimantan Timur (Indonesia): first results and perspectives. Seventh World Archaeological Congress, Jan 2013, Jordan, Jordan. ⟨https://worldarch.org/wac7/⟩. ⟨hal-02113251⟩

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