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1202 Arif, J., Schurr, M.R., and Kapid, R. 2008. Evolutionary molar size reduction in Sangiran (Javanese) Early-Middle Pleistocene Homo erectus as an effect of paleo-climatic change. Journal of Indian Ocean Archaeology 5:10-23

1208 Kondo, M., and Matsu’ura, S. 2005. Dating of the Hamakita human remains from Japan. Anthropological Science 113: 155-161.

1215 Tim Balai Arkeologi Bandung. 2007. Laporan hasil penelitian prasejarah di kawasan Kalimanggis & sekitarnya kabupaten Kungingan – provinsi Jawa Barat. Departemen Kebudayaan & Parawisata

1231 Suzuki, A., Fujita, H., Narasaki, S, Kondo, O., and Adachi, K. 1993. A study of skeletal remains with diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) from the Edo period, Japan. Anthropological Science 101(3):273-290.

1232 Fujita, H. 1993.Degree of Dental Attrition ofthe Kanenokuma Yayoi Population. Anthropological Science 101(3):291-300

1240 Bailey, S.E. 2002. Neanderthal dental morphology implications for modern human origins. Ph.D thesis, Arizona State University, (

1241 Smith, T.M. 2004. Incremental development of primate dental enamel. PhD Thesis, Stony Brook Universisty, (

1242 Skinner, M. 2008. Eanmel-dentine junction morphology of extant hominoid and fossil hominin lower molars. PhD thesis, George Washington University

1243 Tafforeau, P. 2004. Aspects phylogenetiques et fonctionnels de la microstructure de l’email dentaire et de la structure tridimensionnelle des molaires chez les primates fossiles et actuels: apports de la microtomographie a rayonnement x synchrotron. PhD Thesis, Universite Montpellier II

1244 Frost, S.R. 2001. Fossil cercopithecidae of the Afar depression, Ethiopia: species systematics and comparison to the Turkana basin. PhD Thesis, the City University of New York.

1245 Leigh, C.T. 1994. The evolution of shovel shaping: regional and temporal variation in human incisor morphology. PhD Thesis, University of Michigan

1246 Lape, P. 2005. Archaeological approaches to the study of Islam in Island Southeast Asia. Antiquity 79:829–836

1247 Brunet, M., Guy, F., Pilbeam, D., Lieberman, D.E., Likius, A., Mackaye, H.T., Ponce de Leon, M.S., Zollikofer, C.P.E., and Vignaud, P. 2005. New material of the earliest hominid from the Upper Miocene of Chad. Nature 434:752-755

1248 Smith, F.H. 1982.Upper Pleistocene Hominid Evolution in South-Central Europe: A Review of the Evidence and Analysis of Trends. Current Anthropology 23(6):667-703

1249 Smith, T.M. 2006. Experimental determination of the periodicity of incremental features in enamel. J. Anat. 208:99–113

1250 Tattersall, I. 1969. Ecology of North Indian Ramapithecus. Nature 221:451-452

1251 Harvati, K., Panagopoulou, E., and Karkanas, P. 2003. First Neanderthal remains from Greece: the evidence from Lakonis. Journal of Human Evolution (J. Hum. Evol.) 45:465-473.

1252 Harvati, K. 2003. The Neanderthal taxonomic position: models of intra- and inter-specific craniofacial variation. Journal of Human Evolution (J.Hum. Evol.) 44:107-132.

1255 Marwick, B. 2009. Biogeography of Middle Pleistocene hominins in mainland Southeast Asia: A review of current evidence. Quaternary International 202:51-58

1256 Chauhan, P.R. 2008. Large mammal fossil occurrences and associated archaeological evidence in Pleistocene contexts of peninsular India and Sri Lanka. Quaternary International 192:20-42

1257 Bouteaux, A., and Moigne, A.M. 2010. New taphonomical approaches: The Javanese Pleistocene open-air sites (Sangiran, central Java). Quaternary International 223-224:220-225

1258 Hameaua, S., Falgueres, C., Bahain, J.J., Sémah, F., Sémah, A.M., and Dolo, J.M. 2007. ESR dating in Song Terus cave (East Java, Indonesia). Quaternary Geochronology 2:398–402

1259 Sémah, A.M., Sémah, F., Djubiantono, T., and Brasseur, B. 2010. Landscapes and Hominids’ environments: Changes between the Lower and the Early Middle Pleistocene in Java (Indonesia). Quaternary International 223-224:451–454

1260 Simanjuntak, T., Sémah, F., and Gaillard, C. 2010. The palaeolithic in Indonesia: Nature and chronology. Quaternary International 223-224:418–421

1261 Zeitoun, V., Détroit, F., Grimaud-Hervé, D., and Widianto, H. 2010. Solo man in question: Convergent views to split Indonesian Homo erectus in two categories. Quaternary International 223-224:281–292

1262 Oppenheimer, S. 2009. The great arc of dispersal of modern humans: Africa to Australia. Quaternary International 202:2–13

1263 Li, X., Dodson, J., Zhou, J., and Zhou, X. 2009. Increases of population and expansion of rice agriculture in Asia, and anthropogenic methane emissions since 5000 BP. Quaternary International 202:41–50

1264 Gauthier, E.,and Richard, H. 2009. Bronze Age atLake Bourget (NW Alps, France): Vegetation, human impact and climatic change. Quaternary International 200:111–119

1265=1558 Itihara, M., Sudijono, Kadar, D., Shibasaki, T., Kumai, H., Yoshikawa, S., Aziz, F., Soeradi, T., Wikarno, Kadar, A.P., Hasibuan, F., and Kagemori, Y. 1985. PETA GEOL SANGIRAN. In: Quaternary geology of the hominid fossils bearing formations in Java (ed: Naotune Watanabe & Darwin Kadar) , Geological Research and Development Centre, Special publication no.4, pp.11-43.

1266 Suleiman, S. The ancient history of Indonesia. Jajasan Purbakala-Archaeological Foundation

1267 Darmasetiawan, I. 2008. Karangkamulyan situs megalitikum. Unpublished

1268 Beynon, A.D., and Wood, B.A. 1987. Patterns and rates of enamel growth in the molar teeth of early hominids. Nature 326:493-496

1269 Lukacs, J.R. 1999. Enamel hypoplasia in deciduous teeth of great apes: do differences in defect prevalence imply differential levels of physiological stress? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 110:351-363

1270 Carter, A.K.2013. Trade, exchange, and, sociopolitical development in Iron Age (500 BC – AD 500) mainland Southeast Asia: an examination of stone and glass beads from Cambodia and Thailand. Dessertation. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

1271 deMenocal, P.B. 1995. Plio-Pleistocene African climate. Science 270 (5233):53-59

1272 Feibel, C.S. 1997. Debating the environmental factors in hominid evolution. GSA Today 7(3):1-6

1273 Khudaverdyan, A. 2010. Palaeopathology of human remains from Vardbakh & the Black Fortress I, Armenia. Bioarchaeology of the Near East 4:1-23

1274 Mant, M. 2014. Palaeopathology of human remains at ancient Mendes (Tell er-Rub’a), Egypt.Bioarchaeology of the Near East 8:xx-xx

1275 Kufterin, V., and Dubova, N. 2013.A preliminary analysis of Late Bronze Age human skeletal remains from Gonur-depe, Turkmenistan.Bioarchaeology of the Near East 7:xx-xx

1276 Buzon, M.R. 2011.Nubian identity in the Bronze age: patterns of cultural & biological variation.Bioarchaeology of the Near East 5:19-40

1277 Molleson, T. 2007. A method for the study of activity related skeletal morphologies.Bioarchaeology of the Near East 1:5-33


1279 Sperling, E.A., Frieder, C.A., Raman, A.V., Girguis, P.R., Levin, L.A.,and Knoll, A.H. 2013. Oxygen, ecology and the Cambrian radiation of animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci) 110(33):13446-13451

1280 Zeiton V., Détroit, F., Grimaud-Hérve, D., and Widianto, H. 2010. Solo man in question: convergent views to split Indonesian Homo erectus in two categories. Quaternary International

1281 Aguirre, E., and Pasini, G. 1985. The Pliocene-Pleistocene boundary. Episodes 8(2):116-120

1282 Zakharov, A.O. 2009. Constructing the polity of Sriwijaya in the 7th – 8th centuries: the view according to the inscriptions. Indonesian Studies Working Papers no.9, July 2009, University of Sydney, p.1-14

1283 Taim, E.A., Indradjaja, A., dan Soedewo, E. 2012. Penelitian peradaban Sriwijaya di situs Padang Candi, Kuantan Sengingi, provinsi Riau.Pusat Penelitian & Pengembangan Arkeologi Nasional, p.1-48

1284 Centre for Archaeology Gudelines. 2001. Archaemetallurgy English Heritage

1285 Bintliff, J. 1992. Interaction between archaeological sites and geomorphology. Cuaternario y Geomorfologia 6:5-20

1286 Hamilton, J.S. 2xxx. An archaeological and geomorphological perspective of the Solverson site (47VE1252), Vernon County (province, district), Wisconsin

1287a Blättermann, M., Hoelzmann, P., Schütt, B., and Singer, C. 2xxx. Geomorphology & archaeology: landscape reconstruction in south-east Kazakhstan. Institute of Geographical Science Physical Geography/Geoarchaeology, Freie Universität Berlin

1287b Blättermann, M., Schütt, B., Gass, A., Frechen, M., Hoelzmann, P., Parzinger, H., and Singer, C. 2xxx. The Sakian culture and its environment – geoarchaeological investigations in Kazakhstan. Institute of Geographical Science Physical Geography/Geoarchaeology, Freie Universität Berlin

1287c Blättermann, M., Cubasch, U., Frechen, M., Körper, J., and Schütt, B. 2xxx. Sediment based proxies and downscaled paleoprecipitation model – a qualitative approach to reconstruct late Holocene landscapes. Institute of Geographical Science

1288 Soekmono. 1976. Chandi Borobudur. Paris: the UNESCO Press

1289 Brinkgreve, F., and Sulistianingsih, R (Eds). 2009. Sumatra: crossroads of culture. Leiden: KITLV Press

1290 Bentley, J., and Ziegler, H.F. 2003. Traditions and Encounters. McGraw-Hill higher education

1291 Major, J.S., Barnatt, J., and Bertles, J. 2001. Silk Road encounters.Asia Society and the Silk Road Project, Inc

1292 Waugh, D.C. xxx. The silk roads in history. Expedition 52(3 ):9-22

1293 Anschuetz, K.F., Wilshusen, R.H., and Scheick, C.L. 2001.An archaeology of landscapes: perspectives and directions. Journal of Archaeological Research 9(2):157-211 [25oct13J lab mikropal]

1294 Witkowski, T.H. 2013. Early History and distribution of trade ceramics in Southeast Asia. In: Varieties, Alternatives, and Deviations in Marketing History: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference on Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM), Leighann C. Neilson, ed., CHARM Association, Copenhagen, Denmark, 276-286

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1299 Hansen, D.P. 1970. A Proto-Elamite silver figurine in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Metropolitan Museum Journal 3: xx [13nov13R comlabs]

1300 Harper, Prudence O., Barbara A. Porter, Oscar White Muscarella, Holly Pittman, and Ira Spar. “Ancient Near Eastern Art.” The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 41, no. 4 (Spring, 1984)

1301 Arif, J. 2006. Identification of prehistoric beliefs: comparative study of the beliefs of Jomon peoples and ancient Southeast Asian. SUMITOMO 2004 grant

1302 Arif. J. 2009. The Paleoenvironment between Upper Pleistocene-Holocene in East Java, Indonesia. JSPS-UNU Fellowship

1303 Rozzi, R.,Winkler, D.E., Vos,, Schulz, E., and Palombo, M.R. 2013. The enigmatic bovid Duboisia santeng (Dubois, 1891) from the Early–Middle Pleistocene of Java: A multiproxy approach to its paleoecology. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 377:73–85

1304 Benazzi, S., Bertelli, P., Lippi, B., Bedini, E., Caudana, R., Gruppioni, G., and Mallegni, F. 2010. Virtual anthropology and forensic arts: the facial reconstruction of Ferrante Gonzaga. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:1572–1578

1305 Baba, H., Narasaki, S., and Ohyama, S. 1998. Minatogawa hominid fossils and the evolution of late Plesitocene humans in East Asia. Anthropological Science 106 (supplement):27-45

1306 Fallahian, Y. 2013 Investigation of burial patterns in Iron Age of Gilan, Iran. Ancient Asia 4(5): 1-13

1307 Lynn Biggs, L., Bellina, B., Martinón-Torres, M., and Pryce, T.O. 2013. Prehistoric iron production technologies in the Upper Thai-MalayPeninsula: metallography and slag inclusion analyses of iron artefacts from Khao Sam Kaeo and Phu Khao Thong. Archaeol Anthropol Sci 5:311–329

1308 Kramer, A., Crummett, T.L., and Wolpoff, M.H. 2001.Out of Africa and into the Levant: replacement or admixture in Western Asia? Quaternary International 75:51-63

1309 Rightmire, G.P. 2009?. Middle and later Pleistocene hominins in Africa and Southwest Asia. cgi doi 10.1073 pnas.0903930106

1310 Lubsen, K.D., and Corruccini, R.S. 2011.Morphometric analysis of the Herto cranium (BOU-VP-16/1): Where does it fit? Journal of Contemporary Anthropology 2(1):1-16

1311 Dixson, A.F., and Dixson, B.J. 2011. Venus figurines of the European paleolithic: symbols of fertility or attractiveness? Journal of Anthropology vol.2011:1-11

1312 Suryanegara, E., Damayanti, N., dan Yudoseputro, W. 2007. Artifak purba Pasemah: analisis ungkap rupa patung megalitik di Pasemah. J. Vis. Art. Vol. 1 D, No. 1:128-151

1313 Green, R. Catchment analysis using GIS to understand prehistoric foraging behavior in range Creek canyon, Utah. Departments of Anthropology and Geography, University of Utah

1314 Munandar, A.A. 2010. Peninggalan-peninggalan arkeologis tertua di Nusantara. March 29, 2010

1315 Kutil, R., and Auga, J. Traditional life style in Papaua New Guinea

1316 Oppenheimer, S., and Richards, M. 2001. Fast trains, slow boats, and the ancestry of Polynesian islanders. Science Progress 84(3):157-181 [9dec13Sn vbm]

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1318 Lapteff, S.V. 2013. Early iron age burial practices of the ancient Khmer people: the Phum Snay necropolis, northwestern Cambodia. Archaeology Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 41(2):137–145 [30dec13Sn vbm]

1319 Hunt, C., Rabett, R.J. 2014.Holocene landscape intervention and plant food production strategies in island and mainland Southeast Asia, Journal of Archaeological Science (2014),doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2013.12.011.[9-1-14K lab mikropal]

1320 Miall, A.D. 1985. Architectural-element analysis: a new method of facies analysis applied to fluvial deposits.Earth-Science Reviews 22:261-308 [9-1-14K lab mikropal]

1321 Iliopoulos, G., Galanidou, N., Pergantis, S.A., Vamvakaki, V., and Chaniotakis, N. 2010. Identifying the geochemical taphonomy of the osteological material from Katsambas rockshelter. Journal of Archaeological Sciences 37:116-123 [13-1-14Sn vbm]

1322 Homsher, R.S. 2012. Mud bricks and the process of construction in the Middle Bronze Age Southern Levant. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (BASOR) 368:1-27 [11-3-14Sl vbm ultah atoen]

1323 Love, S. 2012. ‘The Geoarchaeology of Mudbrick Architecture: A methodological study from Çatalhöyük, Turkey’. Geoarchaeology 27:140-156 [12mar14R lab mikropal]

1324 Butzer, K, E. Butzer and S. Love (2013) Urban geoarchaeology and environmental history at the Lost City of the Pyramids, Giza: synthesis and review.Journal of Archaeological Science 40:3340-3366 [12mar14R lab mikropal]

1325 Love, S. 2013. ‘The Performance of Building and Technological Choice Made Visible in Mudbrick Architecture’. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 23/2: 263-282 [12mar14R lab mikropal]

1326 Love, S. 2013. ‘Architecture as Material Culture: Building form and materiality in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic of Anatolia and Levant’. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 32:746-758 [12mar14R lab mikropal]

1327 Love, S. 2007. ‘Stones, Ancestors and Pyramids: Investigating the symbolic landscape of Memphis’, in M.
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1328 Love, S. 2007. ‘Materializations of Memory: Remembering and forgetting the Old Kingdom pyramid kings’, in J-C Goyon and C. Cardin (eds) Proceedings from the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists. Leuven: Peeters. Pp. 1169-1180 [12mar14R lab mikropal]

1329 climate change [13mar14K vbm]
1330 heidelberg [13mar14K vbm]
1331 bard grad [13mar14K vbm]
1332 lap survey gua ANTON [13mar14K vbm]
1333 sejarah pemikiran islam 650-1800M [13mar14K vbm]

1334 Liu, H.Y., Chao, J.H., Chuang, C.Y., Chiu, H.L., Yang, C.W., and Sun, Y.C. 2013. Study of P, Ca, Sr, Ba and Pb levels in enamel and dentine of human third molars for environmental and archaeological research. Advances in Anthropology 3(2):71-77 [8apr14Sllab mikropal]

1335 GERRY [1-6-14M panosogan-1]

1336 Sémah, A.M., Sémah, F., Moudrikah, R., Fröhlich, F., and Djubiantono, T. 2004. A late Pleistocene and Holocene sedimentary record in Central Java and its palaeoclimatic significance. Mod.Quaternary Res. SE.Asia 18:63-88 [29-5-14K panosogan-1]

1337 Roberts, C., Bourbou, C., Lagia, A., Triantaphyllou, S., and Tsaliki, A. 2005. Health and disease in Greece: past, present and future. In: Health in Antiquity (Helen King, Ed), New York: Routledge, p.32-58 [29-5-14K panosogan-1]

1338 Francken, M., Wahl, J., and Reinecke, A. 2010. Reflections of a hard life: burials from Gò Ô Chùa (Vietnam). Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of Junior Scientists in Anthropology – Beiträge zum 4. Kongress des Wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses der Anthropologie, p.16-23 [29-5-14K panosogan-1]

1339 Reinecke A., 2010. Early evidence of salt-making in Vietnam: archaeological finds, historical records, and traditional methods. In: Salt Archaeology in China vol.2 (global comparative perspectives) (Shuicheng Li and Lothar von Falkenhausen, Eds)., p.137-160 [29-5-14K panosogan-1]

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1343 Chenery, C., Müldner, G., Evans, J., Eckardt, H., and Lewis, M., 2010.Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK.Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 150–163

1349 Brown, A.G., Ellis, C., and Roseff, R.2010. Holocene sulphur-rich palaeochannel sediments:diagenetic conditions, magnetic properties and archaeological implications. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:21–29 [5-2-14R lab mikropal]

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1353 Matthieu Ghilardi, M., Genç, A., Syrides, C., Bloemendal, J.,Psomiadis, D.,Paraschou, T., Kunesch, S., and Fouache, E. 2010. Reconstruction of the landscape history around the remnant arch of the Klidhi Roman Bridge, Thessaloniki Plain, North Central Greece. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 178–191.

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