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An agricultural perspective on Dravidian Historical Linguistics: Archaeological crop packages, livestock and Dravidian crop vocabulary

Fuller, DQ; (2003) An agricultural perspective on Dravidian Historical Linguistics: Archaeological crop packages, livestock and Dravidian crop vocabulary. In: Bellwood, P and Renfrew, C, (eds.) Assessing the Languaging/Farming Dispersal Hypothesis. (191 - 213). McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research: Cambridge.

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Type:Book chapter
Title:An agricultural perspective on Dravidian Historical Linguistics: Archaeological crop packages, livestock and Dravidian crop vocabulary
Additional information:Invited paper to conference organized by Colin Renfrew and Peter Bellwood, in which the author was asked to provide a current assessment of agricultural origins in South Asia. Linguistics data was also assessed alongside archaeology.
Keywords:archaeobotany, Dravidian, HYPOTHESIS, linguistics, PERSPECTIVE, Research
UCL classification:UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Institute of Archaeology

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