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11 January 2012

Muaro Jambi Sites

Archaeological Site Complex Muaro enshrinement enshrinement Jambi is a complex Hindu-Buddhist religion of the largest in Indonesia which is most likely a relic and the Kingdom of the Malay kingdom of Srivijaya.

The complex is located in the District enshrinement Muaro Sebo, Muaro Jambi Regency, Jambi, Indonesia, precisely at the edge of the Batang Hari, about 26 kilometers east of Jambi city.Coordinates South 01 * 28'32 "East 103 * 40'04". Diperkirakakn temple from the 11th century AD The temple is a temple complex in Jambi Muaro the largest and most well maintained on the island of Sumatra. And since 2009 Kopleks Muaro Jambi Temple has been nominated to the UNESCO to be World Heritage Site.  
The discovery and restoration 
Complex enshrinement Muaro Jambi was first reported in 1823 by a British lieutenant named SC Crooke who mapped the watershed for military purposes. New in 1975, the Indonesian government began a serious restoration led by R. Soekmono.Based on the ancient Javanese script on some plates are found, an expert in epigraphy Boechari concluded that legacy ranges from the second century AD 9-12. On this site nine new buildings have been restored, and all of which are patterned Buddhism.The nine temples are the Temple Kotomahligai, Kedaton, Gedong One, Two Gedong, Gumpung, Height, Telago Rajo, Twin Rock, and Temple Astano. Among the many discoveries that have, Junus Satrio Atmodjo concluded that the area was heavily populated and become a meeting place of different cultures. There are beads that came from Persia, China, and India. Mahayana Tantric Buddhism became the religion of the majority of the alleged discovery of these plates that read "wajra" at some temples that make up the mandala.  
Complex structure enshrinement 
Complex enshrinement Muaro Jambi is located on an ancient natural levees Batanghari River. This site has a spacious 12 square km, more than 7 kilometers long and wide that stretches for 260 hectares in the direction of the river path. This site contains 61 temples are still largely in the form of a mound (menapo) unpeeled (occupied). The enshrinement of this complex there are also some influential Hindu religious buildings. Inside the complex is not only temples but also found there is a ditch or ancient man-made canals, ponds and water reservoirs mound of earth in which there is an ancient brick structure. In the complex there are at least 85 fruit menapo which is currently still owned by local residents. In addition to the remains of a building, the complex is also found statues prajnyaparamita, Dwarapala, gajahsimha, stone base, mortar / mortar stone. Bronze gong with Chinese writing, Buddhist mantras written on gold paper, ceramics, pottery, a large cauldron of bronze, the Chinese currency, beads, bricks inscribed, pictorial and marked, broken fragments of stone statues, precious stones and fragments iron and bronze. In addition to the temple complex is also found on the mound (small mountain) is also manmade. By the small mountain community called the Temple Mount or Mount Silver Sengalo. Sources: http://id.wikipedia.org

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