Moving from northern Peninsular Malaysia to Timor and from Sumatra to the Moluccas, this text examines human prehistory from hominid settlement to the historical Hindu-Buddhist and Islamic cultures of the region. Topics include the archaeology of the area and macro-family linguistic classification.
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