The MAFBO at the IPPA 2014 Conference

Visit of the Angkor Temples (A. Guerreiro)

Visit of the Angkor Temples (A. Guerreiro)

The MAFBO project took part to the 20th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA) 12-18 January 2014, Seam Reap, Cambodia. Four members of the project were present, including François-Xavier Ricaut, Antonio Guerreiro, Ruly Fauzi and Adhi Aghus.

  • François-Xavier Ricaut presented a paper entitled “Maritime Diasporas in the Austronesian World: the Bajo sea nomads” at the session he co-organized with Bérénice Bellina-Pryce and Roger Blench, What recent archaeological, anthropological, historical and linguistic data tell us about the role of Southeast Asian populations in Indian Ocean maritime  transfers.
  • Ruly Fauzi and Michel Grenet presented  “New Insights on the Late Pleistocene-Holocene Lithic Industries from East Kalimantan (Borneo)” (authored by Grenet M., Fauzi R., Sarel J., Oktaviana A.A., Ricaut F.-X.) at the session Pleistocene stone artefact technologies in East/Southeast Asia.
  • Antonio Guerreiro gave a talk entitled “From Rock Art to Painted Boards: Culture Transmission and Conservation Policies in East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia” at the session Southeast Asian rock art site management and protection.
  • Adhi Agus presented a paper  “Aubert Comparative Study of Prehistoric Rock Art in East Kalimantan and South Sulawesi” (co-authored with Pindi Setiawan, Francois Xavier Ricaut, Budianto Hakim, Adam Brumm, Mubarak AP, Erlin Djami and Maxime Aubert) at the session Rock Art: A record of human interactions with the landscape.
Visit of the Angkor Temples (A. Guerreiro)

Visit of the Angkor Temples (A. Guerreiro)

 

Closing address by the President of the Royal Academy of Cambodia (A. Guerreiro)

Closing address by the President of the Royal Academy of Cambodia (A. Guerreiro)


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