Excavations at Lombok cemetery suggests palace complex beneath

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Cemetery in Lombok may be part of an ancient palace ground. Source: Kabar24 20150117

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

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
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Public Lecture: Burmese Palaces and Sacred Sites

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For readers in Thailand, Silpakorn University will be hosting a special lecture/seminar next Sunday on sites in Burma. The event is limited to 100 guests, so please register early to avoid disappointment!

Burmese Palaces and Sacred Sites
Venue: Faculty of Decorative Art, Room 3104 (Basement), Silpakorn University (Tha Phra Campus)
Date: Sunday 30th January 2011, 9.00am – 4.00pm

Limited to 100 guests, to reserve a seat contact:
e-mail: Dr.Chedha Tingsanjali Chedha_t@yahoo.com
Phone: Mr.Worapong Apinanthavej +66870097428

Majapahit palace site needs to be defined

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The translation on Google Translate is a little patchy, but I believe that scholars are calling for the limits Majapahit Palace site to be formally defined to determine areas of potential archaeological significance and excavation, and also since there is probably modern settlement over parts of the buried structures. This issue was brought up during a national forum on the Majapahit site in Trowulan, East Java.

Batas Keraton Majapahit Harus Segera Ditentukan
Kompas, 12 November 2009

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