Situs Pantai Lhok Cut dan Lubuk Sebagai Pelabuhan Kosmopolitan di Selat Malaka Abad ke 13-15 Sites Lhok Cut and Lubuk Coast as a Cosmopolitants Port in The Malacca Strait 13-15 th Century

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Libra Hari Inagurasi

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Indonesian territories are maritime, providing ancient port data. This paper discusses the Lhok Cut and Lubuk Coast Sites, in the Lamreh coast region, Aceh Besar, as a cosmopolitan port in the Malacca Strait of the 13-15th century. Long-distance trade voyages between China-India-Arabs through the Straits of Malacca stimulate the emergence of cosmopolitan-style ports. This paper aims to uncover the geographical factors that support it as a port in the Straits of Malacca in the era of 13-15th century shipping trade. The problems to be solved are (1) what is the geographical location of the Lhok Cut and Lubuk coast, (2) is the Lhok Cut and Lubuk Coast Site a cosmopolitan port in the 13-15th century? Through the literature study phase, field study, and Maritime Archeology approach, it was revealed that maritime geography and natural resource potential were the supporting factors for the emergence of ports on the Lhok Cut and Lubuk coast, in the Lamreh coast area. Lamreh was formerly known as Lamuri (Lambri), a country and port on the north coast of Aceh, Sumatra. Strategic position on a shipping lane, cosmopolitan in character, visited, inhabited by people from different parts of the world with different cultur.

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Inagurasi, L. H. (2021). Situs Pantai Lhok Cut dan Lubuk Sebagai Pelabuhan Kosmopolitan di Selat Malaka Abad ke 13-15: Sites Lhok Cut and Lubuk Coast as a Cosmopolitants Port in The Malacca Strait 13-15 th Century. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 10(1), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v10i1.351
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