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Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala
138 Publications


  • Jejak Keindiaan (Hindu-Buddha) dalam Kebudayaan Pakpak

    Soedewo, Ery (2018)
    AbstractPakpak as one of the ethnic group in North Sumatera, showed that its cultural heritage had been influenced by Indian culture. Indian culture added into Pakpak culture then enriched it. This addition didn’t change Pakpak’s identity.

    Pentarikhan Baru Situs Hoabinhian dan Berbagai Kemungkinannya

    Wiradnyana, Ketut (2018)
    AbstractThe dating often carried out through the approach on the basis of morphology and technology of the observed artifacts. While the carbon dating method is generally performed on ecofak samples found in the excavation. Determination of the dating of structure within a site is very helpful to inform the process of past activity. So, also on Hoabinhian site, the structured dating will greatly assist in the effort to understand the process of exploiting the area in the past which is also re...

    Fungsi dan Makna Simbolis Kursi Batu dan Replika Kursi Kayu Pada Masyarakat Nias

    Hidayati, Dyah (2018)
    AbstractChairs are commonly interpreted as man-made tools for sitting. Others may uniquely assign certain social or religious interpretations upon the shape of a chair. This paper specifically discusses stone chairs and wooden chair replica in Nias, which are represented by findings in South Nias, especially at the villages of Hilimondregeraya, Bawömataluo, dan Hilisimaetanö. Thus, such question of what are the symbolic functions and meanings of stone chairs and wooden chair replica for Nias ...

    Sekilas Tentang Pengelolaan Objek Arkeologis Bagi Upaya Pelestarian Warisan Budaya

    Koestoro, Lucas Partanda (2018)
    AbstractThe current conditions of development in the country should encourage upgrade of Indonesian archaeological resource management. The present-day management vision that still focuses on the cultural heritage management for the country must be reformed and be integrated into the society through communal arcaheological resource management. Such reformation shall bring a new mindset to the government apparatus involved in the management of archaeological resource to prioritize the public i...

    Pemaknaan Lasara dalam Mitologi Nias

    Hidayati, Dyah (2018)
    AbstractLasara is a mytological object being that is often symbolized in Nias material culture such as osa-osa, sarcofagus, wooden coffin, grave, lasara on village gate, traditional house ornaments, and sword handle. This comparative study-enhanced descriptive-analytical research method is aimed at finding connection between lasara, which is a part of Nias people mythology, and its interpretation through the outlying elements to obtain a complete understanding of lasara. The analysis reveals ...
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