Abstract

Preliminary results of an archaeological investigation of the northwest coast of Santo Island in Vanuatu are presented. They indicate the possibility that wet taro gardening correlated with the use of oven stone cooking technology in some coastal rockshelters extends back some 1,000 years.

 
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Short Form
Galipaud, 2004, Rec. Aust. Mus., Suppl. 29: 59–64
Author
Jean-Christophe Galipaud
Year
2004
Title
Settlement history and landscape use in Santo, Vanuatu. In A Pacific Odyssey: Archaeology and Anthropology in the Western Pacific. Papers in Honour of Jim Specht
Serial Title
Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement
Volume
29
Start Page
59
End Page
64
DOI
10.3853/j.0812-7387.29.2004.1402
Language
English
Date Published
19 May 2004
Cover Date
19 May 2004
ISBN
ISBN 0-9750476-2-0 (printed), ISBN 0-9750476-3-9 (online)
ISSN
0812-7387
CODEN
RAMSEZ
Publisher
The Australian Museum
Place Published
Sydney, Australia
Subjects
ANTHROPOLOGY
Digitized
19 May 2004
Available Online
19 May 2004
Reference Number
1402
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