Browsing by Author MIKSIC,JOHN N

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200010,000 Years of explosive eruptions of Merapi Volcano, Central Java: Archaeological and modern implicationsNewhall, C.G.; Banks, N.G.; Holcomb, R.T.; McGeehin, J.; Rubin, M.; Tilling, R.I.; Torley, R.; Trimble, D.; Bronto, S.; Bahar, I.; Hadisantono, R.D.; Sayudi, S.D.; Sukhyar, R.; Andreastuti, S.; Wirakusumah, A.D.; Alloway, B.; Del, Marmol M.A.; Miksic, J.N. ; Torley, R.; Alloway, B.
1996Archaeology ceramics, and coinsJohn, N. 
2003Comment: Culture and 'Human Security Now': A role for archaeology and the past!Miksic, J.N. 
2001Early Burmese urbanization: Research and conservationMiksic, J.N. 
2003Earthenware in Southeast AsiaJohn N. Miksic 
Jul-2004From megaliths to tombstones: The transition from prehistory to the Early Islamic period in highland west SumatraMiksic, J. 
2004From megaliths to tombstones: The transition from prehistory to the Early Islamic period in highland west SumatraMiksic, J. 
2012Philippine Ancestral GoldFlorina H. Capistrano- Baker; John Miksic ; John Guy
2012Radiocarbon dates from jar and coffin burials of the Cardamom mountains reveal a unique mortuary ritual in Cambodia's late- to post-Angkor period (15th-17th centuries AD)Beavan, N.; Halcrow, S.; Mcfadgen, B.; Hamilton, D.; Buckley, B.; Sokha, T.; Shewan, L.; Sokha, O.; Fallon, S.; Miksic, J. ; Armstrong, R.; O'Reilly, D.; Domett, K.; Chhem, K.R.
2013Singapore and the Silk Road of the Sea, 1300-1800John N. Miksic