Tombstones may shed light on Malacca’s early history


ARCHAEOLOGISTS discovered more than 100 ancient graves in rural areas which might unravel mysteries about Malacca’s early history, Harian Metro reported.

Shaped like a star fruit with eight ridges, the tombstones of the graves found between Jasin in Malacca and Tangkak in Johor were believed to be made from reddish bricks which no longer exist today.

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