This lecture focuses on the remarkable evidence for early metal works excavated by Dr. Vincent Pigott, an anthropologist and archaeologist with a strong interest in the origins, transmission, and societal impact of metallurgy across Eurasia.
In Thailand just north of Bangkok, a pair of unique, prehistoric villages found by Dr. Pigott and his team together comprise one of the largest regional copper production centers known anywhere in eastern Asia. From where did this all-important technology come—India, China, or perhaps beyond?
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Sponsored by the Asian Art Association, a DAM support group.
Image credit: The Pinnacle at Phu Lon Copper mine, northeast Thailand, ca. 1000 BC. Courtesy V. C. Pigott.