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The The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia : The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia From Early Times to C.1500 v.1, Pt1 - Nicholas Tarling

The The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia

The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia From Early Times to C.1500 v.1, Pt1

By: Nicholas Tarling (Editor)

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Published: 22nd February 2000
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In these four volumes, now published in paperback, twenty-one scholars of international reputation consider the whole of mainland and island Southeast Asia from Burma to Indonesia. Volume 1 charts Southeast Asia's beginnings, from prehistory to c. 1500. Accounts are given of Southeast Asia's early development, based on archaeological and anthropological evidence; the establishment of kingdoms such as Sri Vijaya, Champa, Angkor, Pagan, and of the Vietnamese state; and the period's economic history, religions and popular beliefs.

'... invaluable for historians wanting a broad picture of the region ... should also be of more general interest.' Danny Yee's Book Reviews

Mapsp. vii
Note on Spellingp. viii
Note on Gender in Southeast Asian Languagesp. ix
Abbreviationsp. x
Preface to the Original Editionp. xi
Preface to the Paperback Editionp. xv
The Writing of Southeast Asian Historyp. 1
Southeast Asian Studies before World War IIp. 3
Southeast Asian Studies since World War IIp. 15
Major Themes in Post-war Studiesp. 23
Changes in Interpretationp. 38
Deconstructing Southeast Asian Historyp. 43
Introductionp. 53
Southeast Asia before Historyp. 55
Present-day Environments of Southeast Asiap. 56
The Changing Nature of the Southeast Asian Environmentp. 61
Human Prehistory: The First Million Yearsp. 65
Ancestors for the Livingp. 73
The Archaeological Record--Late Pleistocene to Mid-Holocenep. 78
The Rise and Expansion of Agricultural Communitiesp. 90
The Archaeology of Early Agricultural Societiesp. 94
The Linguistic Recordsp. 106
The Early Metal Phasep. 115
The Late Neolithic and Early Metal Phases in the Austronesian Worldp. 126
Bibliographic Essayp. 136
The Early Kingdomsp. 137
Vietnamp. 137
Champap. 153
Angkorp. 157
Paganp. 164
Ayutthayap. 168
Srivijayap. 173
Majapahitp. 176
Bibliographic Essayp. 181
Economic History of Early Southeast Asiap. 183
Early Economic Developmentp. 185
The Age of Fu-nan: The Emergence of the Southeast Asian Political-Economy in the Early Christian Erap. 192
The Age of the Srivijayan Maritime Empire (670-1025)p. 196
The Temple Realm of Central Java (570-927)p. 202
East Java, 927-1222p. 208
Singhasari (1222-1292) and Majapahit (1293-1528)p. 215
The Southeast Asian Maritime Realm, c. 1500p. 226
The Temple-based Political-Economy of Angkor Cambodiap. 229
Buddhism as an Economic Force in Pagan Burmap. 240
International Trade and Commercial Expansion on the Mainland, c. 1100-1300p. 245
Champa's Plunder-based Political-Economyp. 252
The Emergence of the Vietnamese Political-Economyp. 260
The Early Southeast Asian Socio-Economy: A Concluding Overviewp. 270
Bibliographic Essayp. 272
Religion and Popular Beliefs of Southeast Asia before c. 1500p. 276
The Earliest Timesp. 281
Religions of Indian Origin on the Mainlandp. 286
Religions of Indian Origin in the Maritime Realmp. 304
Two Special Problemsp. 322
The Beginnings of Islamp. 330
Bibliographic Essayp. 334
Indexp. 340
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ISBN: 9780521663694
ISBN-10: 0521663695
Series: Cambridge History of Southeast Asia : Book 1
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 22nd February 2000
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.81 x 15.39  x 2.31
Weight (kg): 0.57