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Radiocarbon dates from jar and coffin burials of the Cardamom Mountains reveal a unique mortuary ritual in Cambodia's late- to post-Angkor period (15th-17th centuries AD)

Citation

Beavan, N, Halcrow, S, McFadgen, B et al 2012, 'Radiocarbon dates from jar and coffin burials of the Cardamom Mountains reveal a unique mortuary ritual in Cambodia's late- to post-Angkor period (15th-17th centuries AD)', Radiocarbon, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 1-22.

Year

2012

Fields of Research

  • Archaeological Science
  • Archaeology Of Asia, Africa And The Americas

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