via Mongabay, 26 May 2018: The archaeology of Sentani Lake in Papua, Indonesia. Article is in Bahasa.
A series of caves containing prehistoric artefacts have been discovered near Jayapura, the capital of Indonesia’s Papua province.
Prehistoric caves discovered near Sentani Lake
Jakarta Post, 02 February 2015
The Archaeology Agency of Jayapura has recently discovered caves that were once inhabited by prehistoric people in the karst hills near Sentani Lake, Jayapura.
“The caves discovered have been named Rukhabulu Awabu, Ifeli-feli and Ceruk Reugable,” researcher Hari Suroto of the agency said as quoted by Antara.
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A range of artefacts dating from the mesolithic to the bronze age have been discovered in the Indonesian province of Papua.
Prehistorical relics found in Jayapura district
Antara, 03 May 2010