Mitigasi Bencana di Situs Cidanghyang, Pandeglang: Pencegahan Terhadap Potensi Kerusakan Disaster Mitigation in Cidanghyang Site, Pandeglang: Prevention of Potential Damage

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Mohammad Ali Fadillah

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The existence of the inscription is seen as the main indicator of Indonesia's entry into historical times. The seven Sanskrit inscriptions from Tarumanegara are written evidence of the establishment of a Hindu kingdom in western Java at the beginning of the fifth century AD under the rule of King Purnawarman. One of the inscribed stone relics known as the Munjul inscription, located far from the royal capital around the Citarum estuary between Jakarta and Bekasi, which testifies to the vastness of the territory and the influence of Tarumanegara rule. Carved on the top of andesite rock in situ at the Ci Danghyang meander, a tributary of the Ci Liman river that flows into the Sunda Strait, the Munjul inscription is in a vulnerable position to natural disasters, especially the unpredictable river overflows. Considering the importance of the Cidanghyang inscription as a cultural heritage that has been registered as RNCB 20161025 01 001351, this study aims to reveal the natural phenomenon resent condition that has the potential to change, damage, and even eliminate objects and the surrounding environment. By identifying the impact of river overflow in recent years, it is hoped that this research can obtain field information about potential direct and indirect threats to cultural heritage. The results of these observations can provide a rational basis for formulating disaster mitigation policies on the Ci Danghyang river which has a direct impact on the inscription site as a preventive step in the framework of a cultural resource management system.

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Ali Fadillah, M. (2021). Mitigasi Bencana di Situs Cidanghyang, Pandeglang: Pencegahan Terhadap Potensi Kerusakan: Disaster Mitigation in Cidanghyang Site, Pandeglang: Prevention of Potential Damage. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 10(1), 63–86. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v10i1.390
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