Archaeology and Language: Correlating archaeological and linguistic hypotheses, Volume 2; Volume 29

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R. Blench, Matthew Spriggs
Routledge, 1998 - Archaeology

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Contents

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Language phyla of the world and their status
14
Introduction to Volume II Matthew Spriggs and Roger Blench
20
Neolithic correlates of ancient TibetoBurman migrations
67
colonized by Western TibetoBurmans
73
itself as the Late Neolithic Majia yao culture
80
Archaeology linguistics and the expansion of the East
103
routes for speakers of early Austroasiatic languages
108
Cultural relationships In NorthCentral Eurasia
209
The Eurasian spread zone and the IndoEuropean dispersal
220
century AD
231
a linguistic critique
267
the creation
283
Linguistic models in reconstructing subsistence
295
Linguistic evidence for the development of yam and palm culture
324
Japanese rice agriculture terminology and linguistic affiliation
366

short chronology
119
The archaeology of Papuan and Austronesian prehistory in
128
the linguistics
141
The enigma of PamaNyungan expansion in Australia
174
Migration and expansion and their linguistic
193
a regional interdisciplinary approach
379
Linguistic data on transmission of Southeast Asian cultigens
390
Index
416
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