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Debating Lapita : Distribution, Chronology, Society and Subsistence

Author: Stuart Bedford; Matthew Spriggs; Australian National University Press.
Publisher: Acton, A.C.T. : ANU Press, 2019
Series: Terra Australis, 52.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This volume comprises 23 chapters that focus on the archaeology of Lapita, a cultural horizon associated with the founding populations who first colonised much of the south west Pacific some 3000 years ago. The Lapita culture has been most clearly defined by its distinctive dentate-stamped decorated pottery and the design system represented on it and on further incised pots. Modern research now encompasses a whole  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Electronic books
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Bedford; Matthew Spriggs; Australian National University Press.
ISBN: 9781760463311 1760463310
OCLC Number: 1130045646
Notes: Includes: Opening remarks by the Honourable Meltek Sato Kilman, Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu at the opening ceremony of the Lapita Conference, Port Vila, 6-10 July 2015.
Event notes: The Lapita Conference series began in 1988 with the Lapita Design Workshop held at The Australian National University (ANU) as part of the Research School of Pacific Studies' Austronesian Project (Spriggs 1990). The second was held in Nouméa, New Caledonia, in 1992 (Galipaud 1992). This established the pattern of holding the conferences in countries and territories where the traces of the Lapita culture have been found. The next conference was in Port Vila, Vanuatu, in 1996 (Galipaud and Lilley 1999), while the fourth was planned for Fiji in 2000 but had to be shifted to ANU, Canberra, at the last moment because of a military coup in the host nation (Clark et al. 2001). The next was in Nukualofa, Tonga, in 2005 (Bedford et al. 2007). The extended gap was because of the standalone 2002 International Conference for the 50th Anniversary of the First Lapita Excavation, held in Koné and Nouméa in New Caledonia (Sand 2003), particularly memorable for the presence of Dick Shutler, one of the original excavators (with EW Gifford) of the eponymous site of Lapita in 1952. The sixth of the Lapita Conference series was held in Honiara, Solomon Islands, in 2008 (Sheppard et al. 2009) and the seventh in Apia, Samoa, in 2011 (Summerhayes and Buckley 2013). The decision was made at that conference to return to Port Vila in 2015 for the Eighth Lapita Conference because of the extremely significant findings made during the excavation of the Teouma Lapita Cemetery site on Efate Island, Vanuatu, from 2004 to 2010. This allowed the examination 'on site' as it were of the Lapita pottery and associated artefacts held at the Vanuatu National Museum in Port Vila. The conference was co-hosted by the Vanuatu Cultural Centre and ANU. The eighth conference made the effort to return to a focus on Lapita itself, the original intention of the Lapita Conference series, as well as what came immediately before and immediately after it in the Western Pacific. This publication, rather than conference proceedings, has been generated from the conference and includes several chapters produced following requested contributions. Some papers given at the conference had been previously published or were subsequently published elsewhere. A full list of papers and posters presented in 2015 can be found at the end of this volume.
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 507 pages : tables, maps, facsimiles, photographs ; 29 cm)
Contents: Debating Lapita. 1. Debating Lapita: Distribution, chronology, society and subsistence / Stuart Bedford, Matthew Spriggs, David V. Burley, Christophe Sand, Peter Sheppard and Glenn R. Summerhayes --
Distribution and chronology. 2. The ceramic trail: Evaluating the Marianas and Lapita West Pacific connection / Geoffrey R. Clark and Olaf Winter ; 3. Moiapu : Settlement on Moiapu Hill at the very end of Lapita, Caution Bay hinterland / Bruno David, Ken Aplin, Helene Peck, Robert Skelly, Matthew Leavesley, Jerome Mialanes, Katherine Szabó, Brent Koppel, Fiona Petchey, Thomas Richards, Sean Ulm, Ian J. McNiven, Cassandra Rowe, Samantha J. Aird, Patrick Faulkner and Anne Ford ; 4. Kamgot at the lagoon's edge: Site position and resource use of an Early Lapita site in Near Oceania / Glenn R. Summerhayes, Katherine Szabó, Matthew Leavesley and Dylan Gaffney ; 5. Lapita: The Australian connection / Ian Lilley ; 6. A Lapita presence on Arop/Long Island, Vitiaz Strait, Papua New Guinea? / Dylan Gaffney, Glenn R. Summerhayes and Mary Mennis ; 7. Early Lapita colonisation of Remote Oceania: An update on the leapfrog hypothesis / Peter Sheppard ; 8. Small islands, strategic locales and the configuration of first Lapita settlement of Vanua Levu, northern Fiji / David V. Burley, Travis Freeland and Jone Balenaivalu ; 9. New dates for the Makekur (FOH) Lapita pottery site, Arawe Islands, New Britain, Papua New Guinea / Jim Specht and Chris Gosden --
Society. 10. A new assessment of site WKO013A of Xapeta'a (Lapita), New Caledonia / Christophe Sand, Stéphanie Domergue, Louis Lagarde, Jacques Bole, André-John Ouetcho and David Baret ; 11. Lapita pottery from the small islands of north-east Malakula, Vanuatu: A brief overview and implications / Stuart Bedford ; 12. Plaited textile expression in Lapita ceramic ornamentation / Wallace Ambrose ; 13. The hat makes the man: Masks, headdresses and skullcaps in Lapita iconography / Matthew Spriggs ; 14. A view from the west: A structural approach to analysing Lapita design in the Eastern Lapita Province / Kathleen LeBlanc, Stuart Bedford and Christophe Sand ; 15. Measuring social distances with shared Lapita motifs: Current results and challenges / Scarlett Chiu ; 16. Along the roads of the Lapita people: Designs, groups and travels / Arnaud Noury ; 17. Lapita to Post-Lapita transition: Insights from the chemical analysis of pottery from the sites of Teouma, Mangaasi, Vao and Chachara, Vanuatu / Mathieu Leclerc --
Subsistence. 18. Early Lapita subsistence: The evidence from Kamgot, Anir Islands, New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea / Glenn R. Summerhayes, Katherine Szabó, Andrew Fairbairn, Mark Horrocks, Sheryl McPherson and Alison Crowther ; 19. Green desert or 'all you can eat'? How diverse and edible was the flora of Vanuatu before human introductions? / Vincent Lebot and Chanel Sam ; 20. Lapita maritime adaptations and the development of fishing technology: A view from Vanuatu / Rintaro Ono, Stuart Hawkins and Stuart Bedford ; 21. Lapita colonisation and avian extinctions in Oceania / Stuart Hawkins and Trevor H. Worthy --
Beyond. 22. Connecting with Lapita in Vanuatu: Festivals, sporting events and contemporary themes / Richard Shing and Edson Willie ; 23. Five decades of Lapita archaeology: A personal retrospective / Patrick V. Kirch --
Appendix: Papers and posters presented at the Eighth International Lapita Conference, Port Vila, 6-10 July 2015.
Series Title: Terra Australis, 52.
Responsibility: Edited by Stuart Bedford, Matthew Spriggs

Abstract:

"This volume comprises 23 chapters that focus on the archaeology of Lapita, a cultural horizon associated with the founding populations who first colonised much of the south west Pacific some 3000 years ago. The Lapita culture has been most clearly defined by its distinctive dentate-stamped decorated pottery and the design system represented on it and on further incised pots. Modern research now encompasses a whole range of aspects associated with Lapita and this is reflected in this volume. The broad overlapping themes of the volume--Lapita distribution and chronology, society and subsistence--relate to research questions that have long been debated in relation to Lapita."

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