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Impressive megalithic remains scatter on many of the thousands of Indonesian islands: from Sumatra, Nias and Java in the west, to Sulawesi in the north and Sumba and Flores in the east of the archipelago. The morphological diversity of the stone buildings in the vast and remote regions suggests the existence of different cultural units in the early history of Sumatra. They emerge on the one hand in the isolated context of geographically demarcated micro-environments but are on the other hand connected to supra-regional developments.
TELLING STONES - MEGALITHS ON SUMATRA
A project at the Freie Universität Berlin
Funded by: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Project Head: Prof. Dr. Dominik Bonatz
Model / Photo: Felix Wolter | www.felixwolter.de