via The Star, 11 October 2018: Walking tours of the Protestant cemetery of Penang
Source: The Star 20181011
The 229-year-old Protestant Cemetery in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah is the final resting place for many prominent personalities who contributed to the early development of George Town.
One of them was Philip Dundas who was appointed Penang’s first governor by the East India Company in 1805.
His governance lasted only two years, as he succumbed to malaria at the age of 44.
Local historian Clement Liang, who led a tour of the cemetery, said the cemetery was also home to other governors who served after him.
Source: Digging into the past – Metro News | The Star Online
A cemetery in Lombok may be part of a larger palace complex dating to the Majapahit kingdom.
Cemetery in Lombok may be part of an ancient palace ground. Source: Kabar24 20150117
Istana Rahasia Ditemukan Di Kompleks Pemakaman, Terkait Kerajaan Majapahit?
Kabar24, 17 January 2014
Article is in Bahasa Indonesia
A team from The Australian National University excavated a 5,000-6,000-year-old cemetery site in northern Vietnam.
Excavations at Con Co Ngua, Science Alert 20130501
New clues to Southeast Asia’s past
Science Alert, 01 May 2013
A Pyu burial site consisting of urns collected in a brick structure has been excavated in the ancient city of Sri Kesetra.
Burial at Sri Ksetra, Myanmar Times 20111114
Pyu burial site discovered at Sri Ksetra
The Myanmar Times, 14-20 November 2011