Palus Kukensis

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Interpretationes vernaculae

Palus Kukensis,[1] Anglice Kuk Swamp, est locus archaeologicus Papuae Novae Guineae ubi reperta sunt vestigia culturae plantarum ab anno circiter 9 000 usque ad 6 400 a.p. conductae. Ibi a principio Colocasia esculenta colebatur; suggeritur a millennio septimo a.p. musae et saccharum cultas esse. Locus inter patrimonium totius mundi ab UNESCO inscriptus est.

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  1. Vb. adiect. "Kukensis": cf. nomina biologica e.g. Guinea kukensis

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Regio paludis Kukensis e satellite visa
  • T. Bayliss-Smith, J. Golson, "A colocasian revolution in the New Guinea highlands? Insights from phase 4 at Kuk" in Archaeology in Oceania vol. 27 (1992) pp. 1–22
  • Tim Denham, "Early Agriculture in the Highlands of New Guinea: An Assessment of Phase 1 at Kuk Swamp" in Records of the Australian Museum supplementum 29 (2004) pp. 47–57
  • T. P. Denham et al., "Origins of Agriculture at Kuk Swamp in the Highlands of New Guinea" in Science vol. 301 (2003) pp. 189-193 Situs venalis
  • J. Golson, "The origins and development of New Guinea agriculture" in D. R. Harris, G. C. Hillman, edd., Foraging and Farming: The Evolution of Plant Exploitation (Londinii: Unwin Hyman, 1989) pp. 678–687

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