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Hill of Prosperity: Excavations at Khok Charoen, Thailand: A Burial Site at the Stone-Metal JunctionHelmut Loofs-Wissowa 2017 © BAR Publishing
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Khok Charoen (Hill of Prosperity) is a neolithic burial ground in Central Thailand, excavated in the 1960s and 70s by the Thai-British Archaeological Expedition, but because of the substantial Australian contribution these excavations can rightly be called the first Australian venture into Southeast Asian archaeology.The site, dated to the latter half of the second and the beginning of the first millennium BC, consists of three cemeteries with a total of 65 burials, straddling a discontinuity caused by floods, which greatly disturbed these burials and their finds, which include 513 pots, but no bronze. The study of this pottery is the key to the understanding of the cultural and social history of the site, explaining killings and grave robberies within a divided society.The aim of this book is to present, with the help of a great number of illustrations, an overall picture of this site at the junction of Stone and Bronze.This book is a companion volume 'The Pottery of Khok Charoen, Thailand' by Helmut Loofs-Wissowa (2019).
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