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2019. Seriation based on agglomerative clustering: An example using ceramics imported to Indonesia. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10761-019-00516-9

2017. Underwater archaeology study on prehistoric material culture in Matano lake, South [Sulawesi]. Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology 37:n.p

2016a. Holocene site occupancy in Sulawesi. Terra Australis 48:93-116. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/archaeology-sulawesi#tabanchor

2016b. The inside view on Makassar’s 16th to 17th century history: Changing marital alliances and persistent settlement patterns. International Journal of Austronesian Studies 12(1): 143-67.

 2013. Sacred places in Ussu and Cerekang, South Sulawesi, Indonesia: Their history, ecology and pre-Islamic relation with the Bugis kingdom of Luwuq. In: Byrne, Denis, Sally Brockwell and Sue O’Connor (eds) Transcending the culture–nature divide in cultural heritage (Terra Australis 36). Canberra: ANU E press.

2010, Uneven development in Southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia during the early metal phase. In: Berenice Bellina, Elisabeth Bacus, Thomas Oliver Pryce, Jan Wisseman Christie (eds) 50 years of archaeology in Southeast Asia: Essays in honour of Ian Glover. Bangkok: River Books, pp. 152-69.

2009. The application of Darwinian cultural evolutionary theory to ceramics: The case of ‘soft pottery’ from Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. In: Hernán Juan Muscio & Gabriel Eduardo José López (eds) Theoretical and methodological issues in evolutionary archaeology; Toward an unified Darwinian paradigm. Oxford: BAR International Series 1915.

2008. An archaeological perspective on the diversification of the languages of the South Sulawesi stock. In: Truman Simanunjuk (ed.) Austronesia in Sulawesi. Depok, Jakarta: Centre for Prehistoric and Austronesian Studies, pp. 185-212.

2005. The human fossil cranium from Leang Batu Tunpa, Selayar, Sulawesi Selatan. In: (no eds) Menguak tabir kehidupan masa lalu dan kini. Makassar: Balai Arkeologi, pp. 71-84.

2004a. Divided in space, united in time: The Holocene history of South Sulawesi. Modern Quaternary Studies of Southeast Asia 18: 129-66.

2004b. Late Quarternary faunal successions in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Modern Quaternary Studies of Southeast Asia 18: 167-90.

2004c. South Sulawesi in the corridor of island populations along East Asia’s Pacific rim. Modern Quaternary Studies of Southeast Asia 18: 221-258.

2003. Earthenware in Southeast Asia. In: John Miksic (ed.) Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on Premodern Southeast Asian Earthenware. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 80-102.

2000a Economy, military and ideology in pre-Islamic Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Australian Historical Archaeology 18: 3-16.

2000b. A historical perspective on the Australian contribution to the practice of archaeology in Southeast Asia. Australian Archaeology 50: 45-53.

1998. Chinese trade ceramics in archaeological contexts from South Sulawesi, Indonesia. In: Truman Simanjuntak, M. Hisyam, Bagyo Prasetyo, Titi Surti Nastiti (eds) Ancient Chinese and Southeast Asian Bronze Age cultures. New South Wales: Kiola.

1996-97. The Bronze-Iron Age of South Sulawesi, Indonesia: Mortuary traditions, metallurgy and trade. In: Barnard, Noel (ed._ Ancient Chinese and Southeast Asian Bronze-Age cultures. 2 vols. Taipai: SMC Publishing Inc. Vol 2, pp.1007-1076.

1996. The politics of marriage and the marriage of polities in Gowa, South Sulawesi, during the 16th and 17th centuries. In: Fox, James J. and Clifford Sather (eds.) Origns, ancestry and alliance: Explorations in Austronesian ethnography. Canberra: Anthropology, RSPacS, ANU, pp.283-317.

1989. A first report on some combined historical and archaeological work in South Sulawesi. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 9:118-21.

1987. Survey of open archaeological sites in South Sulawesi 1986-87. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 7:39-50.

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Hakim et al. 2017