Francis, JR., Peter
November 1985
Ornament;Winter85, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p42
This article reports on archaeological discoveries in Asia, focusing particularly on the excavations of beads from early periods. In Ban Chiang, Thailand the discovery of pottery remnants from about 1000 to 500 B.C. led to the discovery of glass beads from the Mid Bronze 2 period. The article also mentions that most glass beads in Asia are not properly excavated, but are looted from archaeological sites.


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