via Kendai Etam, 04 September 2020: A paper by Sunarningsih about a historic settlement in Central Kalimantan province. Paper is in Indonesian (although the title and abstract is in English).
The ancient settlement site is located in Tewah Pupuh Village, Banua Lima District, Barito Timur Regency, Central Kalimantan Province. Archaeological research has been conducted several times in the area of Barito Timur Regency, but the ancient settlement site has never been studied. The community believes that the site is residence of the important figures, namely Patis Uwey, who also became a forerunner to the formation of Banua Lima Kademangan. The existence of this site is known from public information that was forwarded by the local service to Balai Arkeologi Kalimantan Selatan, with the findings of foreign ceramic fragments. The research conducted at Tewah Pupuh aims to determine landscape and its chronology (relative dating). The methods used are survey, excavation, interview, mapping, and literature study. The results of the study illustrate that the ancient settlement owned by Patis Uwey was built on a small hill surrounded by a river that empties into the Tabalong River. The relative chronology based on ceramic analyses and historical data came up from 14th to 19th Century.
Source: LANSKAP DAN KRONOLOGI HUNIAN KUNO TEWAH PUPUH, KABUPATEN BARITO TIMUR, KALIMANTAN TENGAH [THE LANDSCAPE AND CHRONOLOGY OF TEWAH PUPUH, AN ANCIENT SETTLEMENT SITE IN BARITO TIMUR REGENCY, CENTRAL KALIMANTAN] | Kindai Etam : Jurnal Penelitian Arkeologi