Stringing the Past: An Archaeological Understanding of Early Southeast Asian Glass Bead Trade
The source of thousands of Indo-Pacific type glass beads recovered from the Pandanan shipwreck in Palawan, Philippines, has heretofore not been determined. This book is a significant contribution to our knowledge of glass beads: how they were made, used, and traded in early Southeast Asia.
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Glass Beads in Early Maritime Southeast Asia
A Shipwreck and an Ancient Port
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