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Tri Wurjani


Matano is the name of a lake in the regency of Luwu, South Sulawesi. Matano is famous for the deepest lake in Southeast Asia (± 590 m) and the eighth-deepest in the world. In this lake and its surroundings are archaeological findings such as metal artifacts, potteries, and ceramics. The presence of potteries at Lake Matano Site and its surrounding areas is important to note in the attempt to gain knowledge to reveal an aspect of life at Lake Matano area. The problems encountered include the dispersion and relations among those pottery artifacts at the sites of Matano and the surrounding areas. Furthermore, we would like to know whether the existence of great traditions that flourished in Southeast Asia during the Palaeometallic period, which are thought to greatly influenced the pottery development in East Indonesia, such as the Sahuyn-Kalanay, also influenced the pottery tradition at Matano. Methods of analytical descriptive and laboratories on pottery shapes and decoration motifs were applied to understand one of the aspects of pottery manufacture. There are some similarities in shapes, decoration motifs, and manufacturing techniques with the Sahuyn-Kalanay tradition in term of surface treatment, particularly in incised, stamped, gouged, and sliced decorating techniques.

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Wurjani, T. (2018). RAGAM HIAS TEMBIKAR MATANO KORELASINYA DENGAN TRADISI TEMBIKAR SAHUYN-KALANAY. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 7(1), 1–20. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v7i1.261


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