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1. Article d'ouvrage Agricultural origins and the emergence of rectilinear ditch networks in the Highlands of New Guinea.

de Denham, Tim.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.329-361.Accès : Voir document
2. Article d'ouvrage Asmat-Kamoro, Awyu-Dumut and Ok : An enquiry into their linguistic relationships.

de Voorhoeve, Bert.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.145-166.Accès : Voir document
3. Article d'ouvrage Biological relationships amongst New Guinean populations and between New Guinean and Australian populations : The skeletal evidence.

de Dijk, Nicola van.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.789-817.Accès : Voir document
4. Article d'ouvrage Meeting in the middle : Intraction in North-Central New Guinea.

de Donohue, Mark; Crowther, Melissa.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.167-184.Accès : Voir document
5. Ouvrage Papers in New Guinea linguistics. no. 24 [Texte imprimé]

de Laycock, Donald C.

Édition : Canberra : Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1986.Accès : Voir document Checked out (1)
6. Article d'ouvrage Pasin bilong tumbuna : Archaeological evidence for early human activity in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.

de Evans, Benjamin; Mountain, Mary-Jane.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.363-386.Accès : Voir document
7. Article d'ouvrage Possession in South Halmahera - West New Guinea: typology and reconstruction.

de van den Berg, Rene.

Ouvrage: Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history : a festschrift for Robert Blust / A. Adelaar, A. Pawley (Eds.) Canberra : Australian National University, 2009 p.327-357.Accès : Voir document
8. Article d'ouvrage Reflections in stone : Axes and the beginnings of agriculture in the Central Highlands of New Guinea.

de Bulmer, Susan.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.387-450.Accès : Voir document
9. Article d'ouvrage Relative-clause bracketing in Oceanic languages around the Huon Gulf of New Guinea.

de Bradshaw, Joel.

Ouvrage: Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history : a festschrift for Robert Blust / A. Adelaar, A. Pawley (Eds.) Canberra : Australian National University, 2009 p.143-161.Accès : Voir document
10. Article d'ouvrage Serialisation : The interface of syntax and lexicon.

de Bruce, Les.

Ouvrage: Papers in New Guinea linguistics. N°264 Canberra : Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, 1986 p.20-37.Accès : Voir document
11. Ouvrage The flamingo bay dialect of the Asmat language.

de Voorhoeve, Clement Lambertus.

Édition : 's-Gravenhage : M. Nijhoff, 1965. Accès : Disponible à : LLACAN [22 VOOR] (1).
12. Article d'ouvrage The history of the human landscapes of New Guinea.

de Hope, Geoffrey S; Haberle, Simon G.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.541-554.Accès : Voir document
13. Ouvrage The Languages of the eastern family of the east New Guinea highland stock.

de McKaughan, Howard Éditeur scientifique.

Édition : Seattle : University of Washington Press, [1973] Accès : Disponible à : LLACAN [200 MCKA] (1).
14. Article d'ouvrage The middle reaches of New Guinea history.

de Golson, Jack.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.451-491.Accès : Voir document
15. Article d'ouvrage Time scales for genetic diversity found in New Guinea Highlanders : A look at some evidence for estimates of 100,000 years or more.

de Harding, Rosalind M; Liu, Yan-Tat.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.771-787.Accès : Voir document
16. Article d'ouvrage What can material culture studies tell us about the past in New Guinea?.

de Craig, Barry.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.493-513.Accès : Voir document
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