Blanjong pillar (Dijkman, 2014)

The article below concerns the oldest evidence of mention to Nusa Penida, the Blanjong pillar at Sanur. Roelof Goris quoted the Blanjong pillar inscriptions in his publications 'Prasasti Bali I & II' (1954) and gave following comments in Dutch, Indonesian and English. Furthermore, information by Sidemen (1980) and Sutaba (1985) and Hauser-Schäublin (1997) is included. Footnotes in Hauser-Schäublin's text are introduced in below text in square brackets, as well as additional information by author Godi Dijkman.

Natural resources (Astiti/Dariusman 2005)

The article below by Ni Ayu Astiti & Dariusman Abdillah, Assistents to National Archaeology Department of Historical Archeology & Archaeometry, 'Subbib.' Artefact & Ecofact Laboratory (2005), in English is translated as 'The use of natural resources to support religious activities from prehistory to modern age in Nusa Penida' is placed in current 'rung' perhaps arbitrarily, as it discusses issues related to archaeology, geology, natural resources & biology in Nusa Penida.

Fauna Remains Gua Gede Cave (Hidayah, 2011)

Ati Rati Hidayah, young and promising archaeologist at Balai Arkeologi Denpasar (Archaeological Department, Denpasar - Bali) in 2011 wrote a preliminary study called "Sisa Fauna Situs Gua Gede Nusa Penida Bali" (Fauna remains at Gua Gede Cave Site, Nusa Penida). Below follows the article preceded by an English abstract, a summarised English translation is forthcoming.

Goa Gede (Hidayah, 2010)

In her article 'Gua Gede Nusa Penida dalam kerangka hunian prasejarah di Indonesia' (Prehistoric Human life in Goa Gede Cave in Nusa Penida, Indonesia), Ati Rati Hidayah (young archaeologist at Balai Arkeologi Denpasar) published her article in the department's own magazine 'Forum Arkeologi' in August 2010. A summarised English translation is forthcoming.

Goa Gede (Suastika, 2008)

I Made Suastika's archaeological findings on Nusa Penida, published in 'Berita Penelitian Arkeologi', Departemen Kebudayaan dan Parwisiata, Balai Arkeologi Denpasar 2008. It describes a part of the archaeological findings of Goa Gede and Goa Paon, situated near the village of Pendem (Pejukutan), in the southeastern part of the island. Suastika's English abstract has been adapted. The following (summarised) English translation by Godi Dijkman; additional remarks in square brackets; the original Indonesian text follows below.

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