Study of prehistoric iron objects in Western Indonesia in the context of contacts between India and the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago
The Early Metal Age in Indonesia is characterized by the introduction of new technologies, comprising copper-bronze and iron objects and their manufacturing technologies. This introduction occurred during the last few centuries BC (Bellwood, 1997). This phase overlaps chronologically with, and almost certainly merges into, the following phase characterized by the introduction of aspects of Indian culture which occurred during the first few centuries AD (Poesponegoro and Notosusanto, 1994)....[Show more]
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