Contains essays that explore the landscape, seascape, complex history, and material culture of Peninsular Siam and its neighborhoods in Maritime Southeast Asia from the late prehistoric to contemporary periods. Studies the Isthmian Tract and the Gulf of Siam, transpeninsular routes in the light of new finds in coastal and nautical archaeology, and the Wat Maheyong inscription. Reviews history of Northern Malays, Ayutthaya and the Peninsular from the Thirteenth to Seventeenth century, and Burmese wares in Aceh and North Sumatra.
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