Ceramics Discovered XII Century
Local pottery shards and pottery from China is expected in XII century village residents Kertamukti, Komering Ogan Ilir, South Sumatra. The findings indicated directly to the expedition team visiting Sriwijaya Air Sugihan Site.
On Site Water Sugihan, Kertamukti Village, Komering Ogan Ilir, never found the pillars of wood Nibung (a coconut) that had been the pillar houses on stilts. The wooden pole is estimated to come from the pre-Sriwijaya or before the VII century BC to modern times in the XIII century. Water on Site Sugihan also found in the bead, grindstone, jars, and pieces of objects from gold. These findings reinforce the notion that the region is a place of community activities at that time.
Archaeological Center researchers Palembang, Tri Marhaeni, last weekend, say, where the discovery of pottery fragments by residents located on the Site Kertamukti III. In the village there Kertamukti archaeological site 10, while in District 15 have water Sugihan archaeological sites.
According to Tri, a new ceramic shards found residents are locally made pottery and ceramics made in China from the Sung Dynasty XII century AD. Locally made pottery was of a blackish color, while China-made pottery is more refined and polished.
Tri added, Sugihan Air Sites located in the old river that is now dry. The river is a son of Sugihan River.
Daromi, residents who found pieces of ceramic, said ceramic shards found at the site where a wooden pole behind his house Nibung. We intend to clean up the site Daromi beams Nibung for the expedition team will visit Kingdom. "On October 2, I also found ceramic fragments in the same place," he said. Kertamukti Village since the 1990s are often found in archaeological objects.