Negri team studying Indonesian megaliths for ancestral ties


SEREMBAN: Lembaga Muzium Negeri Sembilan (LMNS) and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia’s Institute of the Malay World and Civilisation (Atma) will focus their collaborative research into megaliths in West Sumatra, Indonesia.

According to LMNS director Shamsuddin Ahmad, the research is aimed at looking at commonalities in the use of the stones by communities in West Sumatra and Negri Sembilan, where some 3,500 of such giant stones dating back to prehistoric times can be found.

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