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Negri Sembilan Museum Board director Drs Shamsuddin Ahmad said joint research conducted by the state’s museum and the Institutes of Nature and Malay Civilisation of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) discovered the megalithic sites on Tanah Adat (ancestral land) that is closely related to the Adat Perpatih customary laws and practice which is unique to the state. Source: New Straits Times 20190828

via New Straits Times, 28 Aug 2019: New megalithic sites discovered in Negri Sembilan in Malaysia – I’m glad more research is being done here, they are not very well known.

Three hundred new megalithic sites have been discovered around Lembah Terachi in the Kuala Pilah district, and they are set to become the state’s latest tourist attraction.

Negri Sembilan Museum Board director Drs Shamsuddin Ahmad said joint research conducted by the state’s museum and the Institutes of Nature and Malay Civilisation of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) discovered the megalithic sites on Tanah Adat (ancestral land) that is closely related to the Adat Perpatih customary laws and practice which is unique to the state.

“From the research conducted so far, we established that these megalith stones and sites are only found on Tanah Adat land in the state.

Source: 300 new megalithic sites found in Negri Sembilan | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

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