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Early Dominant Peoples of the Mainland Region
Origin of Man in Southeast Asia 2―Early Dominant Peoples of the Mainland Region is a work about those early peoples who established their dominant presence in the region and formed the early history in the first millennium AD of mainland Southeast Asia.
The dominant peoples described in this volume are the Chinese, Vietnamese, Cham, Khmer, Mon, Pyu, Yi and Burman. Each ethnic group is portrayed within its historical setting and context, including the ethnic makeup of its neighbors, as well as its origin and ethnic emergence, and finally its language and script.
The dominant peoples of mainland Southeast Asia are illustrated with plenty of images.