Landscape, the Visual: A Review of Michael Armand Canilao’s Remote Sensing the Margins of the Gold Trade: Ethnohistorical archaeology and GIS analysis of five gold trade networks in Luzon, Philippines, in the last millennium BP (Oxford, UK: BAR Publishing, 2020)

Authors

  • Victor P. Estrella Philippine Normal University, Ateneo de Manila University, and UP Diliman-Archaeological Studies Program

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26721/spafajournal.v4i0.656

Keywords:

Gold Trade,

Abstract

A Review of Michael Armand Canilao’s Remote Sensing the Margins of the Gold Trade: Ethnohistorical archaeology and GIS analysis of five gold trade networks in Luzon, Philippines, in the last millennium BP, (Oxford, UK: BAR Publishing, 2020).

Author Biography

Victor P. Estrella, Philippine Normal University, Ateneo de Manila University, and UP Diliman-Archaeological Studies Program

I am an archaeologist. My projects and research involvements focus mainly on material culture studies and materiality in the past. I have written several works on historical archaeology, the proto-historic period in the Philippines, historiography and archaeology education

Published

2020-11-06

Issue

Section

Reviews