New engravings discovered at Santubong, Sarawak, Malaysia
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We report on recently discovered engravings at Santubong, Sarawak, an archaeologically rich area north of Kuching. Eleven engraved boulders were documented in June 2010. We suggest that two boulders have traditional indigenous imagery while the other nine have symbols that may be associated with visits to a nearby Indian shrine built between the 10th - 13th centuries AD.
The Sarawak Museum Journal
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Archaeology of Asia, Africa and the Americas