Southeast Asian Archaeology: Wilhelm G. Solheim II Festschrift
Gathers original works and research written on Southeast Asian archaeology to honor Wilhelm G. Solheim II. The impressive number of scholars representing almost all Southeast Asian countries, as well as the wide coverage in subject matter, is a testimony to the pivotal role Solheim played in the advancement of archaeology in the region.
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3 The Contributions of Wilhelm G Solheim II
A Personal View of a Recent and Rewarding Acquaintance
Solheim and Austronesian Origins
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