Publications of Tao Li

Journal Article (9)

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Li, T.; Ning, C.; Zhushchikhovskaya, I. S.; Hudson, M.; Robbeets, M.: Millet agriculture dispersed from Northeast China to the Russian Far East: integrating archaeology, genetics, and linguistics. Archaeological Research in Asia 22, 100177, pp. 1 - 21 (2020)
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Ning, C.; Li, T.; Wang, K.; Zhang, F.; Li, T.; Wu, X.; Gao, S.; Zhang, Q.; Zhang, H.; Hudson, M. et al.; Dong, G.; Wu, S.; Fang, Y.; Liu, C.; Feng, C.; Li, W.; Han, T.; Li, R.; Wei, J.; Zhu, Y.; Zhou, Y.; Wang, C.-C.; Fan, S.; Xiong, Z.; Sun, Z.; Ye, M.; Sun, L.; Wu, X.; Liang, F.; Cao, Y.; Wei, X.; Zhu, H.; Zhou, H.; Krause, J.; Robbeets, M.; Jeong, C.; Cui, Y.: Ancient genomes from northern China suggest links between subsistence changes and human migration. Nature Communications 11, 2700 (2020)
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Nelson, S.; Zhushchikhovskaya, I.; Li, T.; Hudson, M.; Robbeets, M.: Tracing population movements in ancient East Asia through the linguistics and archaeology of textile production [Review]. Evolutionary Human Sciences 2, e5, pp. 1 - 20 (2020)
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Li, T.: 红山文化无底筒形器的“专业化”生产问题. 北方文物 01, pp. 22 - 31 (2019)
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Li, T.: Identifying sources of fibre in Chinese handmade papers by phytoliths: A methodological exploration. Science and Technology of Archaeological Research: STAR 4 (1), pp. 1 - 11 (2018)
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Li, T.: Temporal change of fiber raw materials used in ancient Chinese papermaking and its implications. Zhong guo zao zhi / China Pulp and Paper 37 (1), pp. 33 - 41 (2018)
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Drennan, R. D.; Peterson, C. E.; Lu, X.; Li, T.: Hongshan households and communities in Neolithic northeastern China. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 47, pp. 50 - 71 (2017)
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Li, T.: Temporal change of fiber sources used in ancient Chinese papermaking and its implications. Chung-kuo Tsao Chih/China Pulp and Paper 37 (1), pp. 33 - 41 (2017)
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Zhu, T.; Li, T.; Liu, N.; Chen, J.; Huang, H.; Fu, Q.; Zhang, S.: Hexi painting on Xitian Fanjing, a Qing imperial Buddhist temple in Beijing, China: technology revealed by analytical approaches (an initial report). Heritage Science 4, 42 (2016)
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