via Antara, 08 December 2021: Launch of a virtual exhibition on the Liyangan site in Indonesia.
The 2021 Liyangan Civilization House will showcase the knowledge of how ancient society adapted to nature and faced eruption disasters, National Research Center for Archaeology (Arkenas) Head I Made Geria stated.
At the virtual launch of the 2021 Liyangan Civilization House, here on Wednesday, Geria remarked that a compelling issue that becomes the main topic is the need to develop a civilization house that serves as a facility to edify and disseminate information on archaeological research results.
“Akin to this Liyangan site, it (shows) how the community can adapt to nature and environment when an eruption occurs,” Geria noted at the launch of the Liyangan Civilization House held by the Yogyakarta Agency for Archaeology.
The Liyangan site is an ancient civilization area containing the remains of buildings, roads, fields, and various artifacts in Temanggung District, Central Java, and is located on the eastern slope of Mount Sindoro.