Identification of preserved fatty acids in archaeological floor sediments from prehistoric sites at Ban Non Wat and Nong Hua Raet in northeast Thailand using gas chromatography

nelum kanthilatha
nelum kanthilatha
alice mann
alice mann
nigel chang
nigel chang

Journal of Archaeological Science, pp. 353-362, 2014.

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This paper presents the first record of fatty acids recovered from archaeological sediment samples in Southeast Asia. Fatty acid analysis in archaeology provides a good source of evidence for the identification and interpretation of prehistoric dietary patterns by identifying organic remains of animal and plant foods. Prehistoric hard flo...More

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