Vol. 18 / No. 4

By: Chester Gorman and Pisit Charoenwongsa

Ban Chiang: A Mosaic of Impressions from the First Two Years

Only a decade ago, Southeast Asia was regarded as a prehistoric cul-de-sac; that it might have been an important area […]

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Vol. 24 / No. 4

By: Pisit Charoenwongsa

Ban Chiang in Retrospect: What the Expedition Means to Archaeologists and the Thai Public

Without the accidental discoveries in 1957 by a local villager and the subsequent archaeological work [beginning in 1967), Ban Chiang […]

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