VOL LXX NO.91 DECEMBER 2012

 

VOL LXX NO.91 DECEMBER 2012


THE SARAWAK MUSEUM JOURNAL

 

VOL LXX NO.91 DECEMBER 2012

ISSN   : 0375-3050

Hardcopy: RM 35.00

 


No Title and Authors Name

1.
Sound environmental accounts about Borneo's Land Devaks and their echoes in contemporary performing arts of the Bidayuh in Padawan
Gisa Jähnichen

2.
Reshaping Ancestry – Revealing what has been hidden
Valerie Mashman

3.
The Lun Bawang Bamboo Band Ensemble
Connie Lim Keh Nie and Mohd. Fadzil Abdul Rahman

4.
Sireh Cave bone in retrospect: Bone, teeth and other animal remains from Sarawak Museum excavations of 1954 and 1959
Earl of Cranbrook

5.
The stone industry from Gua Sireh, Serian, Sarawak
Tim Reynolds

6.
A stone adze from Kuala Manong, Batu Niah, Miri, Sarawak
Chris Hunt, Barrie Hartwell, Alastair Ruffell and Earl of Cranbrook

7.
An early date from a stone mound (perupun) in the Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Lindsay Lloyd-Smith

8.
Geophysical subsurface study at Gua Kain Hitam, Niah, Miri, Sarawak
Rosli Saad, Stephen Chia, Nordiana Mohd. Muztaza Nur Azwin Ismail and Andy Anderson Bery

9.
Earthen crocodile effigies of the Iban of Sarawak. preliminary study
Ipoi Datan, Stephen Chia and Nicholas Daby

10.
A description and classification of earthenware sherds excavated from Gua Tupak, Bau, Sarawak
Nicholas Gani and Stephen Chia

11.
A classification of ceramics discovered in Kampung Senangeh, Samarahan, Sarawak
Jonathan Ko and Stephen Chia

12.
Cyanobacterial composition and selected water quality parameters from two different types of Tor tambroides rearing ponds
Mohd. Nasarudin Harith and Ruhana Hassan

13.
Preliminary studies on the mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in coconut shells at Asajaya, Sarawak
Siew Fui Wong, Ichiro Miyagi, Takao Okazawa, Takako Toma and Moi Ung Leb

14.
Notes on the giant gouramy, Osphronemus septemfasciatus Roberts, 1992 (Perciformes: Osphronemidae) from Batang Kanowit in Sarawak, Malaysia
Jongkar G. and Nyanti L.

15.
Hew Cheng Sim and Rokiah Talib (2011): “Tra Zehnder - Iban woman patriot of Sarawak”
Abdul Halim Ali

16.
A description and classification of earthenware sherds excavated from Gua Tupak, Bau, Sarawak
Nicholas Gani and Stephen Chia

 

 

 

 
 
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