Biblio 1601-1800

1601 Newman, H.N., and Levers, B.G.H. 1979.Tooth eruption and function in an early Anglo-Saxon population.Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 72:341-350

1602 Mockers, O., Aubry, M., and Mafart, B. 2004. Dental crowding in a prehistoric population. European Journal of Orthodontics 26:151-156

1603 Meinl, M.A. 2007. The Application of dental age estimation methods: comparative validity and problems in practical implementation. Doctoral Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Vienna

1604 Kidd, E.A.M., and Fejerskov, O. 2004. What constitutes dental caries? Histopathology of carious enamel and dentin related to the action of cariogenic biofilms. Journal of Dental Research (J. Dent. Res) 83:35-38

1605 Bagramian, R.A., Garcia-Godoy, F., and Volpe, A.R. 2009. The global increase in dental caries. A pending public health crisis. American Journal of Dentistry 21(1):3-8

1606 Klatsky, M., and Klatell, J.S. 1943. Anthropological studies in dental caries. Journal of Dental Research (J. Dent. Res) 22:267-274

1607 Hillson, S. 2001. Recording dental caries in archaeological human remains. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 11:249–289

1608 Kieser, J.A., Kelsen, A., Love, R., Herbison, P.G.P., and Dennison, K.J. 2001. Periapical lesions and dental wear in the Early Maori.International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 11:290-297

1609 Liebe-Harkort, C. 2010. Exceptional rates of dental caries in a Scandinavian Early Iron Age population — a study of dental pathology at Alvastra, Östergötland, Sweden. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) ( DOI: 10.1002/oa.1194

1610 Oliveira, R.N., Silva, S.F.S.M., Kawano, A., and Antunes, J.L.F. 2006. Estimating age by tooth wear of prehistoric human remains in Brazilian archaeological sites. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 16:407–414

1611 Keenleyside, A. 2008. Dental pathology and diet at Apollonia, a Greek colony on the Black Sea. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 18:262-279

1612 Liebe-Harkort, C., Ástvaldsdottir, A., and Tranæus, S. 2010. Quantification of dental caries by Osteologists and Odontologists — a validity and reliability study. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 20:525–539

1613 Gamza, T., and Irish, J. 2010. A comparison of archaeological and dental evidence to determine diet at a predynastic Egyptian site. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) ( DOI: 10.1002/oa.1214

1614 Watson, J.T., Arriaza, B., Standen, V., and Ovalle, I.M. 2011. Tooth wear related to marine foraging, agro-pastoralism and the formative transition on the northern Chilean coast. nternational Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) ( DOI: 10.1002/oa.1247

1615 Meyer, A., Keough, N., Nienaber, C.W., and Steyn, M. 2011. A bioarchaeological investigation into the human remains discovered in the Chloorkop area, South Africa. nternational Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) ( DOI: 10.1002/oa.1289

1616 Sciulli, P.W. 1997. Dental evolution in prehistoric native Americans of the Ohio valley area. I. wear and pathology. Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 7:507-524

1617 El-Zaatari, S. 2010. Occlusal microwear texture analysis and the diets of historical/prehistoric hunter-gatherers.Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 20:67–87

1618 Otero, J.G., and Novellino, P. 2011. Diet, nutritional status and oral health in hunter-gatherers from the central-northern coast of Patagonia and the Chubut river lower valley, Argentina. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 21:643–659

1619 Irish, J.D., and Konigsberg. 2007. The ancient inhabitants of Jebel Moya Redux: measures of population affinity based on dental morphology. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 17:138–156

1620 Lingstrom, P., and Borrman, H. 1999. Distribution of dental caries in an early 17th century Swedish population with special reference to diet. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 9:395–403

1621 Arnold, W.H., Naumova, E.A., Koloda, V.V., and Gaengler, P. 2007. Tooth wear in two ancient populations of the Khazar Kaganat region in the Ukraine. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 17:52–62

1622 Watson, J.T. 2008. Prehistoric dental disease and the dietary shift from cactus to cultigens in northwest Mexico. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 18:202–212

1623 Albashaireh, Z.S.M., and Al-Shorman, A.A. 2010. The frequency and distribution of dental caries and tooth wear in a Byzantine population of Sa’ad, Jordan. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 20:205–213

1624 Liebe-Harkort, C., Ástvaldsdottir, A., and Tranæus, S. 2011. Visual and radiographic assessment of dental caries by Osteologists: a validity and reliability study. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol.) 21:55–65

1625 Weers, D.J. van. 2003. The porcupine Hystrix (Acanthion) brachyura punungensis subsp. nov. from Late Pleistocene fissure deposits near Punung, Java. Scripta Geologica 126: 217-225

1626 Saunders, S.R., De Vito, C., and Katzenberg, M.A. 1987. Dental caries in nineteenth century Upper Canada. American Journal Physical Anthropology 104:71-87

1627 Miles, A.E.W. 2001.The Miles method of assessing age from tooth wear revisited. Journal of Archaeological Science 28:973–982

1628 Richter, T., Stock, J.T, Maher, L., and Hebron, C. 2010. An early Epipalaeolithic sitting burial from the Azraq Oasis, Jordan. Antiquity 84:321-334

1629 Wasterlain, S.N., Hillson, S., and Cunha, E. 2009. Dental caries in a Portuguese identified skeletal sample from the Late 19th and Early 20th centuries. American Journal Physical Anthropology 140:64–79

1630 Stringer, C. 2001. The evolution of modern humans: where are we now? General Anthropology 7(2):1-5

1631 King, B.J. 2009. Apes, hominids, and the roots of religion. General Anthropology 16(2):5-8

1632 Newbrun, E. 1982. Sugar and dental caries: a review of human studies. Science 217:418-423

1633 Carlson, D.S., and van Gerven, D.P. 1979. Diffusion, biological determinism, and biocultural adaptation in the Nubian corridor. American Anthropologist 81(3):561-580

1634 Campbell, B.G., and Bernor, R.L. 1976. The origin of the hominidae: Africa or Asia? Journal of Human Evolution 5:441-454

1635 Howells, W.W. 1976. Explaining modern man: Evolutionists versus Migrationists. Journal of Human Evolution 5:477-495

1636 Jelinek, J. 1976. A contribution to the origin of Homo sapiens sapiens. Journal of Human Evolution 5:497-500

1637 Nishimura, T.D., Takai, M., Senut, B., Taru, H, Maschenko, E.N., and Prieur, A. 2012. Reassessment of Dolichopithecus (Kanagawapithecus) leptopostorbitalis, a colobine monkey from the Late Pliocene of Japan. Journal of Human Evolution 62:548-561

1638 Day, M.H., and Molleson, T.I. 1976. The puzzle from JK2-A femur and a tibial fragment (O.H.34) from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 5:455-465

1639 Bilsborough, A. 1976. Patterns of evolution in Middle Pleistocene hominids. Journal of Human Evolution 5:423-439

1640 Eckhardt, R.B. 1976. Observed and expected variation in hominid evolution. Journal of Human Evolution 5:467-475

1641 Simons, E.L. 1976.The mature of the transition in the dental mechanism from pongids to hominids. Journal of Human Evolution 5:511-528

1642 van Heteren, A.H. 2012. The hominins of Flores: Insular adaptations of the lower body. C. R. Palevol 11:169–179

1643 van Heteren, A.H., and De Vos, J. 2012. Stone implements from Java and Flores: a history of the discoveries. C. R. Palevol 11:181-189

1644 Klein, R.G. 2000. Archeology and the evolution of human behavior. Evolutionary Anthropology 9:17–36.

1645 Hanihara, K. 1992. Current trends in physical anthropology in Japan. Japan Review 3:131-139

1646 Bankoff, H.A., and Winter, F.A. 1990. The Later Aeneolithic in Southeastern Europe.American Journal of Archaeology 94(2):175-191

1647 Pardede, R. 1982. Terbentuknya danau Kerinci purba kaitannya dengan formasi Pengasih di Sumatra. Proceeding PIT XI Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia, Jakarta 8-9 Desember 1982, pp.121-127

1648 Situmorang, M. 1982. Quarternary geologic mapping in the coastal area of Batujaya, West Java. Proceeding PIT XI Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia, Jakarta 8-9 Desember 1982, pp.165-176

1649 Sukhyar. Volkanostratigrafi. Proceeding PIT XI Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia, Jakarta 8-9 Desember 1982, pp.205-211

1650 Hinton, R.J., Simth, M.O., and Smith, F.H. 1980. Tooth size changes in prehistoric Tennessee Indians. Hum. Biol. 52:229-245

1651 Hanihara, T. 1993. Craniofacial features of Southeast Asians and Jomonese: a reconsideration of their microevolution since the Late Pleistocene. Anthropol. Sci. 101(1): 25-46.

1652 Hanihara, T. 1993. Craniofacial continuity and discontinuity of Far Easterners in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene.Journal of Human Evolution 27:417-441

1653 Wood, B. 1994.The problems of our origins. Journal of Human Evolution 27:519-529

1654 Gingerich, P.D., and Uhen, M.D. 1994. Time of origin of primates. Journal of Human Evolution 27:443-445

1655 Lestrel, P.E., Kanazawa, E., and Wolfe, C.A.2011.Sexual dimorphism using elliptical Fourier analysis: shape differences in the craniofacial complex. Antropological Science 119(3):213-229

1656 Saitou, N., Kimura, R., Fukase, H., Yogi, A., Murayama, S., and Ishida, H. 2011.Advanced CT images reveal nonmetric cranial variations in living humans. Antropological Science 119(3):231-237

1657 Mizoguchi, Y. 1993. Overall association between dental size and foodstuff intakes in modern human populations. Homo 44(1):37-73

1658 Beavan, N., Halcrow, S., McFadgen, B., Hamilton, D., Buckley, B., Sokha, T., Shewan, L., Sokha, O., Fallon, S., Miksic, J., Armstrong, R., O’Reilly, D., Domett, K., and Chhem, K.R. 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 54(1):1-22

1659 Glover, I. C. & Bellina, B. 2011. ‘The Earliest Indian Contacts Re-assessed – Ban Don Ta Phet and Khao Sam Kaeo’ has recently appeared in “Early Interactions between South and Southeast Asia” , P. Y. Manguin. A. Mani & G. Wade (eds). New Delhi: Manohar and Singapore: ISEAS, pp. 17– 46.

1660 Bellina, B. and Ian Glover 2009. “The earliest iconographic and archaeological evidence for animal and cultural transfers between South and Southeast Asia” In Balbir, N. and G. J. Pinault, “Penser, dire et représenter l’animal dans le monde indien”. Paris: Librairie Honoré Champion, pp. 383-401

1661 Lopeza, B., Pardinas, A.F., Garcia-Vazquez, E., and Dopico, E.2012.Socio-cultural factors in dental diseases in the Medieval and early Modern Age of northern Spain. HOMO- Journal of Comparative Human Biology 63:21– 42

1662 Gao, X., and Wang,C. 2010.In Search of the Ancestors of Chinese People. Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences: Paleoanthropology 24(2): 111-114
1663 Sankhyan, A.R., Badam, G.L., Dewangan, L.N., Chakraborty, S., Prabha, S., Kundu, S., and Chakravarty, R. 2012.New postcranial hominin fossils from the central Narmada valley, India.Advances in Anthropology 2(3):125-131

1664 Raffles, S.T.S. History of Java Vol.1. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street, pp.1-600

1665 Raffles, S.T.S. History of Java Vol.2. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street, pp.1-533

1666 Iyemori, T., Hashizume, M., Saito, A., Nose, M., Choosakul, N., Tsuda, T., and Odagi, Y. 2011.Geomagnetism and the orientation of temples in Thailand.Journal of the Siam Society 99:139-149

1667 Moore, J.H. 2001. Evaluating five models of human colonization.American Anthropologist 103(2):395-408

1668 Sealy, J., and Pfeiffer, S.2000. Diet, body Size, and landscape use among Holocene people in the Southern Cape, South Africa. Current ANthropology 41(4):642-655

1669 Alvard, M.S., and Kuznar, L.2001. Deferred harvests: the transition from hunting to animal husbandry. American Anthropologist 103(2):295-311

1670 Burmeister, S. 2000. Archaeology and migration: approaches to an archaeological proof of migration. Current Anthropology 41(4):539-567

1671 Anthony, D.W. 1990. Migration in archaeology: the baby and the bathwater. American Anthropologist 92(4):895-914

1672 Smith, S.L. 2004.Skeletal age, dental age, and the maturation of KNM-WT 15000. American Journal Physical Anthropology 125:105-120

1673 Schwartz, J.H.2000. Taxonomy of the Dmanisi crania. Science 289:55-56

1674 Genovese, L.2011. Madeleine Colani and the deprat scandal at the Geological Survey of Indochina. Journal of the Siam Society 99:269-290

1675 Prasad, K.N. 1977. Review of Miocene anthropoidea from India and adjacent countries. Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India 20:382-390

1676 Reid, A. 2012. Historical evidence for major tsunamis in the Java subduction zone. Asia Research Institute, working paper series no.178, pp.1-9

1677 Chatterjee,M. and Bandyopadhyay,A.R. 2012.A study on nutritional status and dental caries in permanent teeth among school going Girl of Bengalee population, India.Advances in Anthropology 2(3):112-116

1678 Ayala, G.,Canti, M.,Heathcote, J., Sidell, J., and Usai, R. 2007. Geoarchaeology: using earth sciences to understand the archaeological record.English Heritage Publishing, pp.1-32

1679 Indriati,E., and Antón,S.C. 2010. The calvaria of Sangiran 38, Sendangbusik, Sangiran Dome, Java.HOMO-Journal of Comparative Human Biology 61:225–243

1680 Curnoe,D. 2007.Modern human origins in Australasia: Testing the predictions of competing models.HOMO—Journal of Comparative Human Biology 58:117–157

1681 Matsumura,H. 2001.Differentials of Yayoi immigration to Japan as derived from dental metrics. HOMO 52(2):135–156

1682 Zaim, Y., Ciochon,R.L., Polanski,J.M., Grine,F.E., Bettis III, E.A., Rizal, Y., Franciscus, R.G., Larick, R.R., Heizler,M., Aswan, Eaves, K.L., and Marsh, H.E. 2011. New 1.5 million-year-old Homo erectus maxilla from Sangiran (Central Java, Indonesia). Journal of Human Evolution 61:363-376

1683 Arif, J. 2012. Review on hominoid evolution and their migration during Pleistocene in Java, Indonesia.

1684 Arif, J. 2012. Reconstructing of palaeodiet and its relation to palaeohealth of Bronze-Iron Age population from Batujaya, West Java, Indonesia.

1685 Arif, J. 2012. Reconstructing of palaeodiet and its relation to palaeodisease of Bronze-Iron population from Batujaya, West Java, Indonesia.

1686 Arif, J.2013. Perubahan iklim, bencana & peranan hutan.

1687 Guidance CANON Power Shot SX_150_IS

1688 van Heteren, A.H., MacLarnon, A., Soligo, C., and Rae, T.C. 2012. 3D geometric morphometrical analyses of intraspecific variation in the mandible of Ursus spelaeus from the Alpine region. Braunschweiger Naturkundliche Schriften Band 11:111–128

1689 Khudaverdyan, A.Y. 2012. Bioarchaeological analysis of human skeletal remains of Iron Age from the Shirakavan cemetery, Shirak plateau, Armenia. Advances in Anthropology 2(4):224-233

1690 Dennell, R. 2009. The Paleolithic Settlement of Asia. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K., 548 pp

1691 King, C.L., Bentley, R.A., Tayles, N., Viðarsdóttir, U.S., Nowell, G., and Macpherson, C.G. 2013. Moving peoples, changing diets: isotopic differences highlight migration and subsistence changes in the Upper Mun River Valley, Thailand. Journal of Archaeological Science 40:1681-1688

1692 Drawhorn, G.M. 2011.Late Pleistocene-Holocene Archeological and Paleontological Reconnaissance in Tanah Datar, Sumatera Barat. Proposal

1693 Marschall, W. (1980). Metalurgi dan Sejarah pemukiman kuna di Indonesia / Metallurgie Und Frühe Besiedlungsgeschichte Indonesiens (S. Suleiman, Trans.). Ethnologica Neue Folge Band 4. E. J. Brill: Köln. (In Indonesian; Original German work published in 1968)

1693 Marschall, W. 1968. Metallurgie und Frühe besiedlungsgeschichte Indonesiens (Metallurgy and Early colonization history of Indonesia; metalurgi & sejarah pemukiman kuno di Indonesia). In: Ethnologica (W.Frohlich, Ed). Köln: E.J.Brill G.M.B.H., pp.

1694 Yondri, L dkk. 2007. Laporan hasil penelitian prasejarah dikawasan Kalimanggis & sekitarnya, kab Kuningan, prov Jabar. BALAR Bandung

1695 Smith, T.M., Bacon, A.M, Demeter, F., Kullmer, O., Nguyen, K.T., de Vos, J., Wei, W., Zermeno, J.P., and Zhao, L. 2011. Dental tissue proportions in fossil orangutans from mainland Asia and Indonesia. Human Origin Research p.1-6

1696 Zalasiewicz, J., Williams, M., Smith, A., Barry, T.L., Coe, A.L., Brown, P.R., Brenchley, P., Cantrill, D., Gale, A., Gibbard, P., Gregory, F.J., Hounslow, M.W, Kerr, A.C., Pearson, P., Knox, R., Powell, J., Waters, C., Marshall, J., Oates, M., Rawson, P., and Stone, P. 2008.Are we now living in the Anthropocene? GSA Today v.18, n.2:4-8

1697 Phuong, T.K.2013. Crossing boundaries – learning from the past to build the future: An archaeological collaboration between Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. The Regional Center for Social Science and Sustainable Development (RCSD) Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University, pp.1-57

1698 Branch, N.P., Kemp, R.A., Silva, B., Meddens, F.M., Williams, A., Kendall, A., and Pomacanchar, C.V. 2007. Testing the sustainability and sensitivity to climatic change of terrace agricultural systems in the Peruvian Andes: a pilot study. Journal of Archaeological Science 34:1-9

1699 Hein, A., Kilikoglou, V., and Kassianidou, V. 2007. Chemical and mineralogical examination of metallurgical ceramics from a Late Bronze Age copper smelting site in Cyprus. Journal of Archaeological Science 34:141-154 [7apr13M vbm]

1700 Ismail-Meyer, K., Rentzel,P.,and Wiemann,P. 2013. Neolithic lakeshore settlements in Switzerland: new insights on site formation processes from micromorphology. Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 28:317–339 [31-7-13R 23ram1434H vbm]

1701 Irawan, D.E., Silaen, H., Sumintadireja, P., Lubis, R.F., Brahmantyo, B., and Puradimaja, D.J. 20xx. Groundwater-surface water interactions of Ciliwung river streams, segment Bogor-Jakarta, Indonesia. Environ Earth SciDOI10.1007/s12665-014-3482-4
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1702 Crowther, J., Macphail, R.I., and Cruise, G.M. 1996. Short-term, post-burial change in a humic rendzina soil, Overton down experimental earthwork, Wiltshire, England. Geoarchaeology 11(2):95-117 [29jul14Sl 2syawal1435H vbm]

1703 Gonzáles-Reimers, E., Velasco-Vázquez, J., Arnay-de-la-Roas, M., Alberto-Barroso, V., Galindo-Martin, L., and Santolaría-Fernández, F. 2003. Bone cadmium and lead in prehistoric inhabitants and domestic animals from Gran Canaria. The Science of the Total Environment 301:97–103 [5-8-14Sl vbm]

1704 Ericson, J.E., Smith, D.R., and Flegal, A.R. 1991. Skeletal concentrations of lead, cadmium, zinc and silver in ancient North American Pecos Indians. Environmental Health Perspectives 93:217-223 [5-8-14Sl vbm]

1705 Budd, P., Montgomery, J., Barreiro, B., and Thomas, R.G. 2000. Differential diagenesis of strontium in archaeological human dental tissues. Applied Geochemistry 15(5):687-694 [5-8-14Sl vbm]

1706 Budda, P., Montgomery, B.L.J., Rainbird, P., Thomas, R.G., and Young, S.M.M. xxxx. Pb and Sr isotope composition of human dental enamel: an indicator of Pacific islander population dynamics. xxxxxxx [5-8-14Sl vbm]

1707 Budd, P., Millard, A. Chenery, C., Lucy, S., and Roberts, C. 2004. Investigating population movement by stable isotope analysis: a report from Britain. Antiquity 78(299): 127-141 [5-8-14Sl vbm]

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1710 Carter, A. 2010.Trade and exchange networks in Iron age Cambodia: preliminary results from a compositional analysis of glass beads. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 30:178-188 [9-9-14Sl vbm]

1711 Suzuki, T. 1998. Indicators of stress in prehistoric Jomon skeletal remains in Japan. Anthropological Science 106 (supplement):127-137 [9-9-14Sl vbm]

1712 Luna, L., and Suby, J. 2014. Recent advances in palaeopathology and the study of past societies in Argentina, southern South America. Anthropological Science 122(2):53-54 [9-9-14Sl vbm]

1718 Choy, K., Jung, S., Nehlich, O., & Richards, M.P. 2015. Stable isotopic analysis of human skeletons from the Sunhung Mural tomb, Yeongju, Korea: implication for human diet in the Three Kingdoms Period. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol) 25: 313–321 [2-9-15R rmh izza]

1737 Kobayashi, Tatsuo. 2001. The duality of Jomon structure. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 21, Indo-Pacific Prehistory: the Malaka papers vol.5, pp.22-29 [19-9-16Sn vbm]

1739 Habu, Junko, Kim, Minkoo, Katayama, Mio, & Komiya, Hajime. 2001. Jomon subsitence-settlement systems at the Sannai Maruyama site. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 21, Indo-Pacific Prehistory: the Malaka papers vol.5, pp.9-21 [19-9-16Sn vbm]

1747 Fukase, H., Wakebe, T., Tsurumoto, T., Saiki, K., Fujita, M., & Ishida, H. 2012. Geographic variation in body form of prehistoric Jomon males in the Japanese Archipelago: Its ecogeographic implications. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 149:125–135 [23-9-10; 22-10-16St vbm]

1756 Mickleburgh, H.L. 2012.Unusual patterns of dental calculus deposits in skeletal material from the site of Manzanilla, Trinidad: bioarchaeological evidence for habitual coca leaf chewing?. Caribbean Connections II(I), pp.1-13 [20-6-16Sn lab mikropal 16ram1437H]

1758 Pietrusewsky, M., Lauer, A., Douglas, M.T., Tsang, C., & Li, K. 2016. Patterns of health in Early Neolithic and Iron Age Taiwan. Anthropological Science 124(2):117–133 [22-9-16; 22-10-16St vbm]

1764 Bintarti, D.D. 2000. More on urn burials in Indonesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 19: the Melaka Papers vol.3, pp.73-75 [22-5-12; 5-10-16R vbm]

1768 Esref ATABEY; Nevbahar ATABEY & Haydar KARA. 1998. SEDIMENTOLOGY OF CALICHE (CALCRETE) OCCURRENCES OF THE KIRSEHIR REGION. Mineral Res. Expl. Bull. 120:69-80 [19-11-16J balen]

1772 Bhat, F.A., Bhat, I.M.,Sana, H., Iqbal, M., & Mir, A.R. 2013. Identification of geomorphic signatures of active tectonics in the West Lidder Watershed, Kashmir Himalayas: using remote sensing & GIS. International Journal of Geomatics & Geosciences 4(1):164-176 [5-12-16Sn vbm murus euy pg2 minum air btl plastik merah tea dr ipa, kemarin cuka pempek, mie soto, kueh dr camer fdz]
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