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Recent Studies in Indonesian Archaeology / Sedyawati, Edi & Ardika I. Wayan
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Recent Studies in Indonesian Archaeology
Sedyawati, Edi & Ardika I. Wayan
 
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  Book ID : 40066
  ISBN-10 : 93-5050-000-0 / 9350500000
  ISBN-13 : 978-93-5050-000-2 / 9789350500002
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2012
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  x, 215p., B/W Illus., Figs., Maps, Index, 29 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
1. Indonesia on the threshold of history/R.P. Soejono.
2. Newly discovered burial systems at Manikliyu Bali/I Made Sutaba.
3. Archaeology demogrpahy studies at Gilimanuk Site Bali/Fadhila Arifin Aziz.
4. Sumbawa Megalithic and its role in spreading Megalith in East Indonesia/Ayu Kusumawati.
5. The spread of archaeological sites along Pakerisan and Petanu rivers/I. Wayan Srijaya.
6. Temple distribution in early classical Java: the ecological setting/Mundardjito.
7. The development of Padmasana in Bali/I. Wayan Patera.
8. Maritime activities in the Indian Ocean and the development of early state in Indonesia/I. Wayan Ardika.
9. Musical instruments and ensembles during the Hindu-Buddha period in Java and Bali 9th 15th century A.D./Peter Ferdinandus.
10. Ancient sculptures of Durga Mahisasuramardini from Bali/S. Kusparyati Boedhijono.
11. Archaeological finds in northern central Java/Sri Soejatmi Satari.
12. Manifestations of Siva in Hindu Buddha period of Java: Siva Trisirah/Ratnaesih Maulana.
13. Mukhalinga in pagening temple Pejeng village Gianyar Bali from the point of view of Upanisad/I. Wayan Redig.
14. A sketch of metal working in early Java/Timbul Haryono.
15. The land ownership system in ancient bali 10th 11th century/I. Gusti Ngurah Tara Wiguna.
16. The history of Subak: an archaeologial observation/I. Ketut Setiawan.
17. Kota gede: an archaeological perspective of a capital city in Java in the 17th century/Injati Adrisijanti M. Romli.
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The pioneering researches on Indonesia are mostly done by Dutch scholars who formulated various theories based on archaeological remains. Since then a large number of new discoveries have been brought to light. The present book Recent Studies in Indonesian Archaeology includes seventeen research papers contributed by eminent scholars of Indonesia. These papers mainly focus on Balinese and Javanese archaeology.

Prehistoric evidence points to the existence of developed societies practicing ancestral worship and also engaged in regional barter trade. The megalithic study reveals prevalence of homogenous culture continuing from Sumbawa to east of Bali. International trade gained strength because of the availability of natural products. Maritime activities culminated into the development of Hindu Buddhist culture. The Padmasana in Bali brings to light the understanding of Indian philosophy.

The sculptural analysis of the divine figure throws light on the enigmatic character of the deity. The location of the temples especially in Central Java, is based on the geographical settings. The metal working shows elements of pre-Hindu technology. Land ownership broaches the social and administrative system of ancient Bali. The Subak system shows continuity of Balinese traditional social institution. The structural spatial analysis exposes the social and cultural significance of the city of the Islamic period. These pages provide the reader of the various aspects of Indonesian culture.

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