The Archaeology of Sulawesi
by Sue O'Connor, David Bulbeck, Juliet Meyer
Publisher: ANU Press 2018
Number of pages: 378
The central Indonesian island of Sulawesi has recently been hitting headlines with respect to its archaeology. It contains some of the oldest directly dated rock art in the world, and some of the oldest evidence for a hominin presence beyond the southeastern limits of the Ice Age Asian continent.
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