The Palawan Island Palaeohistoric Research Project: Report on the 2012 Season

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Title: The Palawan Island Palaeohistoric Research Project: Report on the 2012 Season
Authors: Paz, Victor
Lewis, Helen
Ronquillo, Wilfredo
Foster, Gerald
et al.
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Date: Sep-2012
Abstract: The Palawan Island Palaeohistoric Research Project (PIPRP) was initiated in 2003. In its first two years the project concentrated work in the southern and central parts of the main island; namely the Rio Tuba-Bataraza area, and around the Quezon district. The work done in the first years focused on archaeological assessments in search for sites that may contribute to our knowledge of the deep history of Palawan. The early years also concentrated on palaeoenvironmental sampling in-line with our general objective of gathering proxy evidence towards a better understanding of people-landscape relationships through time.
Funding Details: Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Type of material: Technical Report
Publisher: Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines and National Museum of the Phillippines
Keywords: Philippine archaeologySoutheast Asian archaeologyCave archaeology
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
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