University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology


Author: Shawn Hyla

Forging Partnerships in Laos: Archaeological Survey Using Mobile GIS

Research Notes

By: Olivia Given and Shawn Hyla

Peoples living in mainland Southeast Asia during the middle Holocene (ca. 6000 – 2000 BC) made some profound subsistence and technological changes. One of the most interesting and mysterious involved their transition from an exclusively hunting and gathering lifestyle to an existence dominated by agriculture, including the cultivation of rice. Archaeologists have many questions about […]