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                                                                                                                 View from the hill at Sapanang, Jeneponto

Akin Duli. 2013. The mandu coffin. A boat symbol of ancestral spirits among the Enrekang people of South Sulawesi. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 47(1): 115-38.

Alink, Gerrit, Shinatria Adhityatama and Truman Simanjuntak. 2017. Descriptive analysis of Paleolithic stone tools from Sulawesi, collected by the Indonesian-Dutch Expedition in 1970. AMERTA, Jurnal Penelitian dan Pengembangan Arkeologi 35(2):75-148.

Andaya, Leonard. 2004. Nature of war and peace among the Bugis–Makassar people. South East Asia Research 12(1):53-80.

Andaya, Leonard. 1984. Kinship-Adat rivalry and the role of Islam in South Sulawesi. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 15(1):22-42.

Andaya, Leonard. 1978. Treaty conceptions and misconceptions. A case study from South Sulawesi. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 134(2/3):275-95.

Aragon, L.V. 1990. Barkcloth production in Central Sulawesi. A vanishing textile technology in outer island Indonesia. Expedition 31(1):33-48

Baker, Brett. 2005. South Sulawesi in 1544. A Portuguese letter. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 39(1):61-85.

Beckker, Bertild. 1945. The manufacture of ‘Fuja’ in Celebes. Man 45:97, Plate.

Bougas, Wayne. 2007. Gold looted and excavated from late (1300 AD-1600 AD) pre-Islamic Makasar graves. Archipel 73:111-166.

Bougas, Wayne. 1998. Bantayan. An early Makassarese kingdom, 1200-1600 A.D. Archipel 55:83-123.

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Budianto Hakim, Muhammad Nur and Rustam. 2009. The sites of Gua Pasaung (Rammang-Rammang) and Mallawa. Indicators of cultural contact between the Toalian and Neolithic complexes in South Sulawesi. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 29:45-52.

Bulbeck, David,  see download menu (click on name for bibliography).

Bulbeck, David, Doreen Bowdery, John Field and Bagyo Prasetyo. 2006. The palace centre of Sago City. Utti Batue site, Luwu, Sulawesi, Indonesia. In: Malcolm Lillie and Stephen Ellis (eds) Wetland archaeology & environments. Regional issues, global perspectives. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 119–41.

Bulbeck, David and Ian Caldwell. 2008. Oryza sativa and the origins of kingdoms in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Evidence from rice phytoliths. Indonesia and the Malay World 36(104): 1-20.

Bulbeck, David and Genevieve Clune. 2003. Macassar historical decorated earthernwares. Preliminary chroniology and Bajau connections. In: John Miksic (ed.) Earthenware in Southeast Asia. Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on premodern Southeast Asian eathernwares. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 80-102.

Bulbeck, David and Nasruddin. 2002. Recent insights on the chronology and ceramics of the Kalumpang site complex, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 22:83-99.

Bulbeck, David, Monique Pasqua, Adrian Di Lello. 2000. Culture history of the Toalean of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Asian Perspectives 39(1-2):71-108.

Bulbeck, David, Monique Pasqua and Adrian di Lello. 2001. Culture history of the Toalean of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Asian Perspectives 39(1&2): 71-108.

Bulbeck, David and Bagyo Prasetyo. 2000. Two millennia of socio-cultural development in Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. World Archaeology 32(1): 121-37.

Bulbeck, David, Bagyo Prasetyo, J. Miksic, D. Barham and R. Hancock. 1988 Analysis of glass from Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. In: Truman Simanjuntak, M. Hisyam, Bagyo Prasetyo, Titi Surti Nastiti (eds) Archaeology: Indonesian Perspective. R.P. Soejono’s festschrift. Jakarta: LIPI Press, pp.268-81.

Bulbeck, David and Barbara Rowley. 2001. Makassans and their pors in northern Australia. In: Clayton Fredericksen and Ian Walters (eds) Altered states; Material culture transformations in the Arafura Region. Australian Northern Territory: NTU Press, pp. 55-74.

Caldwell, Ian,  see download menu (click on name for bibliography).

Caldwell, Ian and Wayne Bougas. 2004. The early history of Binamu and Bangkala, South Sulawesi. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 164(4): 456-510.

Caldwell, Ian and Malcolm Lillie. 2004. Manuel Pinto’s inland sea. Using palaeoenvironmental techniques to assess historical evidence from South Sulawesi. Modern Quaternary Studies of Southeast Asia 18: 259-72.

Caldwell, Ian and Muhammad Nur. 2005. Three locally-made bronzes from South Sulawesi. Possible evidence of cultural transfer from Java about AD 1000. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 39(1): 23-34.

Caldwell, Ian and Kathryn Wellen. 2017. Finding Cina. A new paradigm for early Bugis history. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 173(2): 296-324.

Caldwell, Ian and Kathryn Wellen. 2016. Family matters. Bugis genealogies and their contribution to Austronesian studies. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 12(1):119-41.  http://dx.doi.org/10.21315/ijaps2016.12.s1.6

Cense, A. 1966. Old Buginese and Macassarese diaries. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 122(4):416-28.

Cummings, William. 2007. Islam, empire and Makassarese historiography in the reign on Sultan Ala’uddin (1593-1639). Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 38(2):197-214.

Cummings, William. 2005. Historical texts as social maps. Lontaraq bilang in early modern Makassar. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 161(1):40-62.

Cummings, William. 2003. Rethinking the imbrication of orality and literacy: Historical discourse in early modern Makassar. Journal of Asian Studies 62(2):531-51.

Cummings, William. 2001. The Dynamics of Resistance and Emulation in Makassarese History. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 32(3):423-435.

Cummings, William. 2000. Reading the histories of a Maros chronicle. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 156(1):1-31.

Cummings, William. 1999. Only one people but two rulers. Hiding the past in seventeenth-century Makasarese chronicles. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 155(1):97-120.

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