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ASP Lithics Lab

Katipunan Arkeologist ng Pilipinas, Inc.

National Museum of the Philippines

University of the Philippines Webpage

University of the Philippines (Diliman)

The Wenner-Gren Foundation

The Solheim Foundation

Talastasang Bakas (Sayt ni Dr. Z.A. Salazar)

Bagong Kasaysayan

MOVER: An Erasmus Mundus Program

Erasmus Mundus Master in Quaternary and Prehistory

Human Origins Patrimony in Southeast Asia



Through the years, the Archaeological Studies Program has continued to collect and expand a reference collection that will help in future studies and for more complex analysis of the materials left by ancient people. The Specimen Collection of Bioarchaeology is a concerted effort by the entire program. As a result, the collection has been extremely helpful in the analysis of materials from various sites, an example being the expansion of the Ille Rockshelter, Palawan research.

The information on the Bioarchaeology collection has been collated, analyzed, and listed by a growing number of specialists. These specialists are responsible for maintaining, adding, editing, and changing the information on the lists.

fish bone collection
maintained by Rebekka Volmer, PhD.

mammal bones collection
maintained by Rebekka Volmer, PhD.

shell collection
maintained by Pauline Basilia

botanical collection
maintained by Anna Jane Carlos