"Excavation at Ba Na Di, a small village site in northeastern Thailand, that was first occupied in about 1400 BC... Its inhabitants grew rice and raised pigs and cattle. They were also good potters and bronze casters who buried their dead in the same cememtery over a period of about 1000 years before abandoning their site."
"BA NA DI Burial Site: included pots with traces of the foods, usually rice or fish, they once contained and in many instances the severed left foreleg of an ox. The prominence of the buried individual is indicated by the bronze bracelet on the forearm."
Ban Chiang, northeastern Thailand. Note: Ban Chiang is well-known for its red on buff painted pottery and early metallurgy of Thailand (Chin You-Di). (Original teaching slide code: RS-12). Photo taken by Rasmi Shoocongdej.
Ban Chiang, northeastern Thailand. Note: This shows the open-air museum of Ban Chiang site, northeastern Thailand. The site's dates range from 3,600 BC to AD 200. (Original teaching slide code: RS-11). Photo taken by Rasmi Shoocongdej.