Latea Cave, burial site of Pamona ancestors

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The Latea Cave in Sulawesi, Indonesia, has long been a burial site for the Pamona people, who have interred their dead in wood coffins. The practice of wood coffin cave burials is quite similar to the burials among the Toraja people in South Sulawesi. There have also been some coffin cave burials reported in Sabah (Borneo) and Thanh Hoa province in Vietnam.

Latea Cave, burial site of Pamona ancestors
Jakarta Post, 11 Feb 2007
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