Midden Excavation in Theory and Practice: a Han period midden site at Tung Wan Tsai, Ma Wan Island, Hong Kong

Pamela Rumball Rogers, Ellen Widowson

Abstract

The site of Tung Wan Tsai is situated on the northeast corner of Ma Wan Island, which in turn lies off the northeast corner of Lantau, the largest of the many islands that make up Hong Kong.

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How to cite: Rogers, P.R. and Widowson, E 1996. Midden Excavation in Theory and Practice: a Han period midden site at Tung Wan Tsai, Ma Wan Island, Hong Kong. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 7:31-46, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/pia.96

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Published on 15 November 1996.

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