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9789747551990
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Ban Wang Hai

Excavations of an Iron-Age Cemetery in Northern Thailand

Ban Wang Hai is a necropolis in the Chiang Mai-Lamphun basin. The cemetery was accidentally discovered in 1986, and the following year archaeologists from the
Fine Arts Department of Thailand opened up two trial excavations, digging up skeletons, ceramic fragments, adornments, and tools of stone and iron. A total of seven excavation sites have since been opened in the area. The find appears to date back to the first millennium A.D., and some
of the ceramic pieces have been identified as Haripunchai.

This archaeological study gives a careful technical report of the excavations and findings. The sites, graves, skeletons, and artifacts are described and analyzed in detail, accompanied by precise color drawings and photographs.

About the Authors

Jean-Pierre Pautreau is director of research for the CNRS in the University of Rennes 1 and director of the Archaeological French Mission in Thailand. Patricia Mornais is an archaeologist with the AFAN and a participant in the research of the Archaeological French Mission in Thailand. Tasana Doy-Asa is an archaeologist with the Research Service for the Division of Archaeology of the Fine Arts Department of Thailand, in Chiang Mai.
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