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Abstract,The archeological research that was conducted in the banks of Ranau Lake. West Lampung had been result some of conclusions and can be classified as religious sites, settlement sites and both. As religious sites they are Hujung Cumalagi, Batu Andak Kenihang. Johor. Way Lumbok. Batin Katung. and Si Pahit Lidah. and as settlement sites are Langkat. Batu l.umpang land 2. while sites considered as both religious and settlement is Tanjung Raya. The estimation of period that goes along the usage of the banks of Ranau Lake was based on relative chronology and ceramics dale. As a result, the sites could 've been occupied at least in 7 - 19 M and the presence of some megalithic traditions could be lies in the banks since late prehistoiy until history. Ceramics found that also lies there giving notes that these people has been interact with their outside place.Kata Kunci: penghunian, interaksi, Danau Ranau, situs
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Laili, N. (2016). Penghunian, Pemanfaatan, dan Interaksi Pcndukung Situs-Situs di Kawasan Danau Ranau Lampung Barat. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 1(1), 21–40. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v1i1.8
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