Remote islands and their human, animal and plant populations have long fascinated archaeologists, biologists and geographers. In this article, the chronology, diversity and interactions of human cultures in some small islands of the Fiji archipelago are explored, particularly through the application of sophisticated chemical analyses of the composition of prehistoric pottery.
How to Cite:
Cochrane, E.E., (2005). Human cultural diversity in prehistoric Fiji. Archaeology International. 9, pp.32–35. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.0909