Circular Sites at Angkor: A Radar Scattering Model
Eleven circular sites analyzed with pre-Lidar technology in Angkor area show similarities with building techniques used in Ancient Northern Thailand.
Coastal Connectivity: Long-Term Trading Networks Across the South China Sea
The prehistory of cultural and commercial exchanges across the South China Sea and mainland Southeast Asia.
Death and Mortuary Rituals in Mainland Southeast Asia: From Hunter-Gatherers to the God Kings of Angkor
A journey in time from elite burial rituals in the Neolithic Age to the "temple mausolea" of Angkor.
Laos Jars Are Slowly Revealing Their Secrets
The mystery of the Plain of Jars, in modern Laos, and what it teaches us about ancient burial rites in...
Phum Lovea: A moated precursor to the pura of Cambodia?
Burial sites show early similarities between different cultures around Southeast Asia.
The Archaeology of early contact with India and the Mediterranean World, from the 4th century BC to the 4th century AD
How global trade, spices and maritime routes impacted the links between India and ancient Southeast Asia.
THe Bay of Bengal Interaction Sphere (1000 BC – AD 500)
More about the BBIS (Bay of Bengal Interaction Sphere).
The First Golden Civilization of Cambodia: Unexpected Archaeological Discoveries
Recent discoveries in the field of Prehistoric Cambodia.
The Origin and Development of The Wucheng Culture
'In the Context of Intercultural Contacts Between Bronze Age Inhabitants of the Lower Yangtze Valley and Indochina Peninsula'.
The Origins of the Civilization of Angkor
How a constellation of tribes and linguistic systems derivating from Bronze and Iron Ages led to the Angkor civilization.