The formation and dispersal of early Austronesian-speaking populations: new evidence from Taiwan, the Philippines, and the Marianas of western Micronesia**

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    Abstract

    Recent multidisciplinary research on the Palaeolithic to Neolithic transition has confirmed several stages of cultural development dated between 20,000 BC and 1500 BC in southern China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. The patterns of habitation, settlement, subsistence, and material culture underwent remarkable changes at certain points during this long time sequence, and even whole populations were replaced or massively transformed. This updated synthesis of new research findings will focus the discussion on the archaeological evidence from Taiwan and its neighboring regions, especially from northern Luzon in the Philippines, and the Marianas of western Micronesia.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAustronesian Diaspora: A New Perspective
    Editors Bagyo Prasetyo, Titi Surti Nastiti, Truman Simanjuntak
    Place of PublicationYogyakarta, Indonesia
    PublisherUGM Digital Press
    Pages125–144
    Edition1st
    ISBN (Print)9786023862023
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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