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The Philippines from c. 14,000 to 4,000 cal. bp in Regional Context – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  30 October 2018

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Copyright © McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research 2018 

The authors of the above article (Pawlik, A., & Piper, P. (Reference Pawlik and Piper2018)) apologise for not including the full acknowledgements in the original article. Please find below the complete acknowledgements.

This work was funded by the University of the Philippines System Enhanced Creative Work and Research Grant (ECWRG 2016-2-032). The research of Philip Piper was funded through the Australian Research Council Grant DP140100384. Archaeological investigation of Bubog 1 and 2 and Bilat Cave was supported by the National Geographic Society Global Exploration Fund (GEFNE 62-12 and 129-14) and the University of the Philippines EIDR Grant no. 2-002-1111212 which also funded AMS dating of archaeological materials. OVCRD Grant HJR-10-206 (080804) and the NSF/Arizona AMS Outreach Program awarded to Piper and Pawlik funded the dating of shell artefacts from Ille Cave burials 874 and 727. We are grateful to the National Museum of the Philippines for permission to excavate in Mindoro and to analyse the archaeological materials from the Philippines reported in this paper. Special thanks to the members of the Mindoro research team, especially Jane Carlos, Marie Grace Pamela Faylona, Maria Rebecca Ferreras, Riczar Fuentes, Kate Lim, Ronald Pagulayan, Marian Reyes and Amellia Jade Villamiel, and the municipalities of San Jose and Magsaysay for their help and support. We thank Pauline Basilia, Timothy Vitales and Michelle Eusebio for their assistance in the project OVCRD HJR-10-206, and thank the National Museum of the Philippines, Victor Paz, Helen Lewis and Wilfredo Ronquillo for access and permission to date the shell artefacts from Ille Cave. We would also like to acknowledge the four reviewers, whose comments significantly improved the quality of this manuscript.

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Pawlik, A., & Piper, P. (2018). The Philippines from c. 14,000 to 4,000 cal. bp in Regional Context. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 122. doi:10.1017/S0959774318000306Google Scholar
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