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Vestiges d’une histoire Marquisienne: Contribution à l’archéologie de Ua Huka by Eric Conte and Guillaume Molle, and: Te Tahata: Etude d’une marae de Topoto (Nord); Archipel des Tuamotu, Polynésie française by Eric Conte and Kenneth J Dennison (review)

Vestiges d’une histoire Marquisienne: Contribution à l’archéologie de Ua Huka by Eric Conte... 234 the contemporary pacific ‡ 26:1 (2014) of Papuans or of the kinds of relation- Sinoto argued, from the archaeo- ships currently being forged between logical evidence, that the Marque- the institutions that house these colo- sas archipelago was the first region nial collections and their source com- settled in cep. This developed into an munities. The process of repatriating “orthodox model,” holding that the human remains from the museum’s Marquesas Islands formed a second- large collection has been initiated, ary homeland for the development of but one wonders what potential there Eastern Polynesian culture and the might be for a program of reconcilia- eventual settlement of the rest of the tion and re-engagement with Papuan region. In turn, a series of archaeo- communities, mediated through this logical projects were initiated that remarkable body of material culture focused on identifying other early sites and photography. in the Marquesas, along with redat- ing sites excavated in the 1950s that chris ballard had originally been dated using less The Australian National University precise radiocarbon dating techniques than those now used. The result has *** been three decades of remarkably Vestiges d’une histoire Marquisienne: stimulating archaeological research in Contribution à l’archéologie de http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Vestiges d’une histoire Marquisienne: Contribution à l’archéologie de Ua Huka by Eric Conte and Guillaume Molle, and: Te Tahata: Etude d’une marae de Topoto (Nord); Archipel des Tuamotu, Polynésie française by Eric Conte and Kenneth J Dennison (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 26 (1) – Mar 12, 2014

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Abstract

234 the contemporary pacific ‡ 26:1 (2014) of Papuans or of the kinds of relation- Sinoto argued, from the archaeo- ships currently being forged between logical evidence, that the Marque- the institutions that house these colo- sas archipelago was the first region nial collections and their source com- settled in cep. This developed into an munities. The process of repatriating “orthodox model,” holding that the human remains from the museum’s Marquesas Islands formed a second- large collection has been initiated, ary homeland for the development of but one wonders what potential there Eastern Polynesian culture and the might be for a program of reconcilia- eventual settlement of the rest of the tion and re-engagement with Papuan region. In turn, a series of archaeo- communities, mediated through this logical projects were initiated that remarkable body of material culture focused on identifying other early sites and photography. in the Marquesas, along with redat- ing sites excavated in the 1950s that chris ballard had originally been dated using less The Australian National University precise radiocarbon dating techniques than those now used. The result has *** been three decades of remarkably Vestiges d’une histoire Marquisienne: stimulating archaeological research in Contribution à l’archéologie de

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Mar 12, 2014

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