Karimunjawa part of an ancient trade route: Archeological find
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM JP/Suherdjoko An underwater archeological team from the Yogyakarta Archeological Center has discovered ancient earthenware believed to date back to the 13th century Ming Dynasty in China, scattered on the sea bed northeast of Genting Island, in the Karimunjawa Island chain off Jepara regency, Central Java. Team leader Priyatno Hadi Sulistyarto, said in Karimunjawa on Friday, that ...
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