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Naditira Widya
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SAPUNDU: MORTUARY POST ON THE SERANAU AND CEMPAGA RIVER BASINS Kusmartono, Vida Pervaya Rusianti
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Naditira Widya Vol. 1 No.1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24832/nw.v1i1.365

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Sifat sosial manusia dalam lingkup kegiatan kematian secara umum adalah upaya mengingat orang yang meninggal. Salah satu cara adalah membuat tanda-tanda yang mencirikan atau mengingatkan 'yang masih hidup' akan si mati. Salah satu contoh nyata pembuatan tanda-tanda kematian dilakukan oleh masyarakat Ngaju di Kalimantan Tengah yang masih memiliki keyakinan Kaharingan yang kuat dengan upacara kematiannya, Tiwah. Pada masyarakat Ngaju di Oaerah A/iran Sungai Seranau dan Cempaga, kegiatan kematian selalu diiringi dengan pendirian sapundu. Fungsi utama sapundu adalah tiang penambat binatang yang akan dikurbankan dalam Tiwah. Namun, ternyata sapundu memiliki makna sosial-religius yang lebih luas daripada fungsi teknisnya sebagai sekedar tiang tambat kurban. Terdapat beberapa jenis, fungsi dan makna sapundu yang dapat diidentifikasi berdasarkan sifat, orientasi dan lokasi penempatan sapundu. Tulisan ini akan membahas karakteristik sapundu pada Daerah  Aliran Seranau dan Cempaga yang ditinjau dari aspek dimensi, pose, gender dan ornamen, serta orientasi.
ORNAMEN DAN PERWUJUDAN BALUNTANG Wasita, nfn
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 2 (2007): Naditira Widya Volume 1 Nomor 2 Tahun 2007
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24832/nw.v1i1.345

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Baluntang, an iron wood statue, is one of important complements in a secondary burial ceremony among Dayak Kaharingan believers. Baluntang simbo/izes the death spirit who has travelled to paradise. Technically, the function of baluntang is as a sacrificed animal pole, while religiously, the function of baluntang is as a place for the spirit to stop in when their relatives call it. As a whorship media, balun tang also has ornaments possessing supernatural qualities and animal motifs usually relate to the creation myths.
MEMPOSISIKAN MASYARAKAT SEBAGAI GARDA DEPAN PELESTARI SUMBER DAYA ARKEOLOGI Wasita, nfn
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Naditira Widya Vol. 1 No.1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24832/nw.v1i1.368

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Indonesian archaeologists are challenged by the huge number of cultural heritage that to be conserved. Concerning with this, the involvement of people surrounding the heritage places, as one of instrument of conservation, is very important. However, innovation in method and strategy to increase the people awareness in any conservation activities are still to be done.
PENGUBURAN MASYARAKAT DAYAK1 DAN TORAJA DALAM PERBANDINGAN Hartatik, nfn
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Naditira Widya Vol. 1 No.1
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Both the Dayak in Kalimantan and the Toraja in Sulawesi have same meaning of term, that is man who live in hinterland. There are several similarities in religion concepts and burial equipments between the Dayak and the Toraja. For examples, the burial ceremonies which scarify lots of animals and the use of boat - like containers. This paper reviews the comparation of religion concept specially the burial methods of both of ethnic. Theories which explain the relationship between both ethnics are not yet defined, therefore his paper constitute a preliminary stage to examine such relationship
DAYA DUKUNG LINGKUNGAN TERHADAP TRADISI MEGALITIK PADA MASYARAKAT DAYAK Dl KABUPATEN KUTAI KERTANEGARA, PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Astiti, Ni Komang Ayu
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Naditira Widya Vol. 1 No.1
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Kalimantan, particularly the regency of Kutai Kertanegara, is one of the dispersal areas of the Austronesian culture in Indonesia. Among the cultural remains found in the archipelago, which date back to the prehistoric period, are megalithic structures that are related to the traditions of burial, ancestor worship, and belief to other supernatural powers. Wood is the main forest product, which can be found in almost half of the Kutai Kertanegara Regency area. The Dayak communities in this area have long since had the knowledge of the technology to exploit this natural source to support their daily needs as well as the megalithic tradition. The use of wood to sustain the tradition with megalithic characteristics in this area is evidenced by burial containers (tempelak), upright stones to tie sacrificial animals (belontang), structures to carry out worshipping activities (bale banci, ancak, bale /irong), traditional houses (rumah lamin), animal totems (hornbills, marine animals), and tombstones (tombstones with engravings of human face, or flora and fauna).
EKSPLOITASI SUMBER DAYA ALAM VERS S PERLINDUNGAN SUMBER DAYA BUDAYA Dl PEGUNUNGAN MERATUS Nuralang, Andi
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Naditira Widya Vol. 1 No.1
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South Kalimantan's Watertower in Meratus mountain range. If Maratus hreak, it territory will inundated. The people is a part included have relationship balancing accordance or dropped and balance of interaction. From all the creature, the people can interaction. While it intervention with high intensity with included although ecosystem resuit disturbed b&lancing ecology until inundated. If explitation wish be aware important realm. Return Meratus's harmoniously cannot delay, if will become prosperity south Kalimantan from calamity and destitute. The fact calamity to the amount territory result disturbed forest in mountain. Be lust forest meaning will be lost inundated people and it culture.
LANTING RIWAYATMU KINI Sunarningsih, nfn
Naditira Widya Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Naditira Widya Vol. 1 No.1
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Lanting is one of the result human adaptation to the environment Lanting developed when rivers took parts as the mainstay of transportation in Kalimantan. However, it start to be leaved when changes in environment, transportation, echnology, and the peoplemindset do occur.
PEMUKIMAN MASYARAKAT NGAJU DI HULU DAERAH ALIRAN SUNGAI KAHAYAN DARI ABAD KE-4 HINGGA KE-19 MASEHI (SETTLEMENTS OF THE NGAJU IN THE KAHAYAN BASIN OF CENTRAL KALIMANTAN, FROM THE 4 th TO 19 th CENTURIES) Sunarningsih, M.A., Sunarningsih
Naditira Widya Vol 12, No 1 (2018): NADITIRA WIDYA VOLUME 12 NOMOR 1 TAHUN 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24832/nw.v12i1.296

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Keberadaan sungai bagi masyarakat yang tinggal di pedalaman  sama pentingnya dengan keberadaan pantai bagi masyarakat pesisir. Salah satu masyarakat yang kehidupannya berkaitan dengan sungai adalah Ngaju, yang bertempat tinggal di Sungai Barito, Sungai Kapuas, dan Sungai Kahayan. Penelitian ini akan membahas kehidupan masyarakat Ngaju yang tinggal di tepian Sungai Kahayan dan anak sungainya. Tujuan penelitian adalah untuk mendapatkan gambaran perubahan kehidupan mereka di bagian hulu Sungai Kahayan, dari abad ke-4 Masehi hingga abad ke-19 Masehi. Tulisan ini bersifat deskriptif dengan penalaran induktif, dan menggunakan teori revolusi urban. Data arkeologi dan etnografi mencerminkan perkembang luasan dan lokasi pemukiman yang berada pada tataran kedua revolusi urban. The presence of rivers for people living in the interior is as important as the presence of beaches for coastal communities. The Ngaju live along the Barito, Kapuas, and Kahayan rivers. This study discusses the life of Ngaju people on the banks of the Kahayan River and its tributaries, with the objective to understand the development of living from the 4th to 19 th centuries AD. This investigation uses descriptive-inductive approach which based on a theory of urban revolution.This data are from archaeology and ethnography, and reflect developments in settlement size and location which correspond to the second stage of an urban revolution.
PASAR PADA MASA BALI KUNO ABAD IX-XI MASEHI (KAJIAN EPIGRAFI) Marzuki, Irfanuddin Wahid
Naditira Widya Vol 4, No 2 (2010): Oktober 2010
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24832/nw.v4i2.38

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Abstrak. Pasar adalah tempat di mana pembeli dan penjual melakukan interaksi mereka dan telah ada sejakzaman kuna Bali. Ada prasasti yang menunjukkan beberapa istilah teknis yang mengacu pada aktivitas penjualandan pembelian di pasar. Tulisan ini membahas hasil studi pustaka terhadap 16 prasasti Bali yang diterbitkan antara882 Masehi sampai dengan 1023 Masehi. Kajian prasasti ini menghasilkan pemahaman bahwa masyarakat Balitidak hanya berinteraksi di antara mereka sendiri, tetapi juga dengan penjual dari tempat lain. Mereka menjualkebutuhan sehari-hari seperti produk pertanian dan perkebunan, serta kerajinan dan ternak. Pemasaran produkdilakukan dengan ataupun tanpa sarana transportasi, yang diawasi oleh pejabat-pejabat perdagangan.
APPENDIX NADITIRA WIDYA VOL. 10 NO. 1 APRIL 2016 Widya, Naditira
Naditira Widya Vol 10, No 1 (2016): Naditira Widya Vol. 10 No. 1 Tahun 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24832/nw.v10i1.258

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