Molluscan Remains from the Niah Caves: Methods and Approaches
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Molluscan remains were the most ubiquitous class of material recovered from the Harrissons' excavations. Present at all levels, although increasing in density through time, the Niah shell provides insights into not only aspects of subsistence but also the changing character of local waterways through times of climatic upheaval.
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