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Berkala Arkeologi SANGKHAKALA
"SANGKHAKALA" refers to the shell horns that blown regularly to convey certain messages. In accordance with the meaning, this journal expected to become an instrument in the dissemination of archaeological information to the public which is published on an ongoing basis. Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala is a peer-reviewed journal published biannual by the Balai Arkeologi Sumatera Utara in May and November. The first edition was published in 1997 and began to be published online in an e-journal form using the Open Journal System tool in 2015. Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala aims to publish research papers, reviews and studies covering the disciplines of archeology, anthropology, history, ethnography, and culture in general.
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Songket Batubara pada Masyarakat Melayu Pesisir Timur Sumatera

Jufrida, Jufrida

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 19 (2007)
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AbstractTraditional weaver in Indonesia had been already in clasic time. Some archaeologist evidence like tera decoration/ceramics stamp, relief, inscription, and writings showed was activity for making clothes since in the past. Likewise with Batubara songket the traditional clothes for Malay people, as long of newest time, it grew up and showed from its tools maker, matter, and the design.

Rentang Budaya Prasejarah Nias: Dating dan Wilayah Budaya

Wiradnyana, Ketut

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 20 (2007)
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AbstractPrehistoric culture in Nias Island are consist of palaeolithic, mesolitic, to megalithic.Till now, itâ??s culture dominated by megalithic traditions. Based on the carbon dating to some mesolithic and megalithic sites, found that time period of mesolithic culture to the middle Ages in North Nias cultural area. Time period of megalithic culture in South Nias cultural area around 600â??350 years ago and 260 years ago in North Nias cultural area.

Candi dan Taman, Dahulu dan Sekarang

Setianingsih, Rita Margaretha

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 19 (2007)
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AbstractTemple attributed to all building of omission of culture Hindu-Buddha, especially religious holy building. As for garden, farm cultivated by the flower, making people feel the ruthless and freshness, return to think clear and free from the mind disquiet so that do not surprise if garden become the important shares of building complex. Not merely complex temple of a period of Hindu-Buddha in just Nusantara, but later also at palace complex (kraton) in Nusantara, latter and also church. Now even also most observance building equipped by the garden arranged natty. Certain birch planted, beside because its practical function also because symbolic role and function.

Kerja Tahun di Tiga Binanga (Tinjauan Etnoarkeologi Transformasi Religi)

Simatupang, Defri Elias

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 20 (2007)
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AbstractKerja Tahun is a ceremonial give thanks to The God for has given a succesful yield. This is a product from past religion culture who still founded in every place, such as for Karonese in Tiga Binanga. There are many diffrences culture between now and the past that showing it have been transformated. This article want to compare it according to religion aspect.

Struktur Organisasi Sosial Masa Prasejarah Ditinjau dari Cara Hidup dan Sistem Penguburan

Wiradnyana, Ketut

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 19 (2007)
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AbstractNuclear family is the smallest social structure organization in general social habitat nowdays. The social structure organization which according to three factors : sex, age, and livelihood also has been indicated in mesolithic time, based on skeleton findings and buried arcaheological supplies in shells midden, NAD Province. After that time, the explanation of social organization/social structure would been more understood specially for the buried system.

Dampak Perkembangan Jalur Transportasi Terhadap Kehidupan Masyarakat Akit di Desa Hutan Panjang, Pulau Rupat

Susilowati, Nenggih

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 20 (2007)
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AbstractThe results of interaction with other community made cultural changes and developments. As the results of the development in the transportation lane influenced the Akit community. Changes not only for the cultural social but also for the nature sphere.

Fragmen Keramik Asing: Jejak Hubungan Dagang di Situs Kotacina

Purnawibowo, Stanov

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 19 (2007)
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AbstractCeramics Ware are found in Kotacina is one of the fact from the past about trade activities in Kotacina. Although that, wares only can be describe all of trade activities with another archaeological records which have the same context. At least wares were found in Kotacina can give a few describe about trade activities in the 12 th â?? 14 th Century in Kotacina.

Partonun di Pematang Siantar (Sebuah Catatan Transformasi Gagasan Pembuatan Ulos)

Simatupang, Defri Elias

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 19 (2007)
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AbstractUlos is a traditional clothes made by Batak People. The Perception for partonun (people whom made ulos) is about how ways they make it. This article want to explain the comparison their main idea from the past until now, using ethnoarchaeology approach.

Kopi: Komoditas Unggulan dari Masa Kolonial di Dataran Tinggi Gayo Kabupaten Aceh Tengah

Sutrisna, Deni

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 20 (2007)
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AbstractCoffee is a commodity that has an important value for trading. In the Gayo Highland, Aceh Tengah, coffee isnâ??t just known by itâ??s taste, itâ??s existence since Dutch colonial era has sprung new villages in Aceh Tengah region.

Nisan Plakpling, Tipe Nisan Peralihan dari Pra- Islam ke Islam

Oetomo, Repelita Wahyu

Berkala Arkeologi Sangkhakala Vol 10, No 20 (2007)
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AbstractThe plakpling gravestone type spreaded a lot in Aceh, which is quiet possible that itâ??s a change of type from pre Islam to Islam era. From the inscriptions on itâ??s surface, this gravestone was assumed that itâ??s older than other gravestones.