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Main linguistic and ethnic groups

Summary

The map shows the main patterns of migration in Southeast Asia and surrounding areas to about 500 BCE:

  • movement of Austronesian speakers from China and Taiwan into southeast Asia from about 4000 BCE;
  • Papuan languages to East Timor;
  • Chamic speakers to Vietnam c. 1500 BCE;
  • spread of eastern Austronesian to coastal Melanesia and western Polynesia;
  • spread of western Austronesian languages from about 1500 to 500 BCE.

The location of the following linguistic and ethnic groups is also indicated:

  • Arakan
  • Burman
  • Thai-Lao-Shan
  • Mon
  • Khmer
  • Chamic
  • Papuan
  • Dai-Viet

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Copyright © Times Books 2007
Reproduced from The Times Complete History of the World by permission of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.

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The Times Complete History of the World (2007), p. 46.

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