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It seems that such sites did not quickly penetrate the coastal area, where the Hedang culture of the Zhujiang Delta area maintained a tradition of exploiting marine resources, and the burials display features, such as tooth evulsion, noted at coastal sites even as far afield as the Gulf of Siam.
Crew members with minimal medical training helped people suffering from amputated limbs, compound fractures, evulsions, lacerations several inches long, and severely infected wounds, often compounded by gangrene and fly larvae.