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Bioarchaeological research in Australia has lagged behind that in other regions due to understandable concerns arising from the disregard of Indigenous Australians rights over their ancestors’ remains. To improve this situation, bioarchaeologists working in Australia need to employ more...
In this paper, we analyse the results of a collaborative indigenous archaeology project especifically through a multivocal construction with two archaeological studies developed by Laklãnõ Xokleng researchers, who focused on the study of lithic and ceramic artefacts associated with their people....
The aboriginal inhabitants residing in India are known as the Tribal population. These indigenous people are scattered in different parts of the country including the state of West Bengal in the eastern part of India. In West Bengal, different districts such as Birbhum, Purulia and Midnapore are...
The “Makpo” recade in Fon language (language and an ethnic group from South Benin, formerly Dahomey) means message stick or fury’s stick which is a royal specter. In the kingdom of Dahomey, royal power is represented by 7 badges. The “Makpo” recade is one of its badges. It is an object specific...
This paper presents the results of recent archaeological work conducted at the ruined site of Kisimani Mafia, Mafia archipelago, Tanzania. The site is one of the two stone town sites on the archipelago, the other being Kua. Despite being fairly well reported in scholarly accounts, few...
The historical context of archaeology in the Philippines was shaped by colonial influences, and it can be seen through various foreign archaeologists who initially worked and contributed to the archipelago. The study uses the framework of Edward Said’s Orientalism to carefully extract the...
Unfortunately, in the original version of this published article were wrongly displayed one of the co-author’s name. Instead of Dr. Marzieh Sha’rbaf it has been wrongly displayed as Marziyeh Shaerbaf. This has been corrected by publishing this correction article.
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