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The existence of the Bumi Rongsok site in Papayan Village, Jatiwaras District, Tasikmalaya and some other forms of cultural remains, raises several issues that needed to be studied as an archaeological aspects. Archaeological remains found at the site among others are; hills shaped terraced fields, tomb stone, mortar stone, grave tomb in Islamic characters, which also has direct boundary with the forests and waterways. Based on these findings, then further discussion were continued on the cultural aspects of adaptation and acculturation. To explain these two aspects this research used comparative study method.The study was conducted by comparing the similarity of the object at different sites, different times, or of different cultures to address the research problems mentioned above. At the end of this article it could be concluded that the existence of the Bumi Rongsok sites are related to adaptation aspects of the natural environment. Tomb building terraces on this site described their acculturation that has taken place on these sites.
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Prijono, S. (2016). ASPEK ADAPTASI DAN AKULTURASI BUDAYA DI SITUS BUMI RONGSOK, TASIKMALAYA. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 4(2), 109–123. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v4i2.71
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