Available Online since July 31, 2018

Kapata Arkeologi Vol. 14, Iss. 1, 2018 contains 18 authors from 10 institutions. 

Participated countries are Australia, Indonesia, and United States.

Published: Jul 23, 2018

A Geological and Spatial Approach to Prehistoric Archaeological Surveys on Small Islands: Case Studies from Maluku Barat Daya, Indonesia

1-14 Shimona Kealy, Lucas Wattimena, Sue O'Connor

Looking For a Trace of Shamanism, in the Rock Art of Maros-Pangkep, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

15-26 Irsyad Leihitu, Raden Cecep Eka Permana

Sharing Knowledge: Archaeology and Education in the Maluku, Indonesia

27-36 Marlon NR Ririmasse

The Worship of Parwatarajadewa in Mount Lawu

37-48 Heri Purwanto, Coleta Palupi Titasari

Islamicization Strategies in Kao Ancient Village, North Halmahera

49-62 Wuri Handoko, Muhammad Al Mujabuddawat, Joss Whittaker

Traces of the History of South Cisarua Plantation: Archives and Inscription of the Dutch Tomb in Kebon Jahe Cisarua-Bogor, Jawa Barat

63-78 Lia Nuralia

Doro Bata Site in Dompu, Nusa Tenggara Barat: Study on Form, Space, and Time

79-88 I Nyoman Rema, Ni Putu Eka Juliawati, Hedwi Prihatmoko

Rise and Fall of Kema Port in Sulawesi Sea Trade Routes During Colonial Period: Based on Infrastructure Data

89-100 Irfanuddin Wahid Marzuki

Banggai in Shipping and Trading in the Eastern Region of Sulawesi in the 19th Century

101-110 nfn Hasanuddin

Building Social Resilience on Asmat People: Social and Cultural Perspective

111-122 Cahyo Pamungkas