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The peopling of the Philippines: A cartographic synthesis

Abstract : This paper aims to plot cartographically the different theories proposed to explain the peopling of the Philippines. The first map locates the existing Pleistocene and Paleolithic archaeological sites while the next seven figures compile the different theories dealing with the evolution or dispersal of the Austronesian speakers. A final figure tends to summarize and formalize the different approaches of the Austronesian dispersal.
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Jean-Christophe Gaillard, Joel P. Mallari. The peopling of the Philippines: A cartographic synthesis. Hukay: Journal of the University of the Philippines Archaeological Studies Program, 2004, 6, pp.1-27. ⟨halshs-00119458⟩

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