Sappanang 316K

                                                                                                                                 View from the hill at Sapanang, Jeneponto

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Bulbeck, David, Ian Caldwell, Stephen Druce, Budianto Hakim and Campbell Macknight. 2017. Imported tradeware ceramics and their relevance for dating socio-political developments in South Sulawesi, with special reference to the Allangkanangnge ri Latanete site. Terra Australis 18: 269-86.

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Bulbeck, David and Ian Caldwell. 2020. The indigenous fortifications of South Sulawesi, Indonesia, and their sociopolitical foundations. Terra Australis 20:153-86. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/forts-and-fortification-wallacea

Bulbeck, David and Ian Caldwell. 2008. Oryza sativa and the origins of kingdoms in South Sulawesi, Indonesia: Evidence from rice phytoliths. Indonesia and the Malay World 36(104): 1-20.

Bulbeck, David and Genevieve Clune. 2003. Macassar historical decorated earthernwares: Preliminary chroniology and Bajau connections. In: John Miksic (ed.) Earthenware in Southeast Asia. Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on premodern Southeast Asian eathernwares. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 80-102.

Bulbeck, David and Nasruddin 2002. Recent insights on the chronology and ceramics of the Kalumpang site complex, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 22:83-99.

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Bulbeck, David and Bagyo Prasetyo. 2000. Two millennia of socio-cultural development in Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. World Archaeology 32(1): 121-37.

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