Siddhayatra: Jurnal Arkeologi

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Journal titleSiddhayatr: Jurnal Arkeologi
InitialsSiddhayatra
AbbreviationSiddhayatra: j. arkeologi
Frequency2 issues per year
DOIprefix 10.24832 by
Print ISSN0853-9030
Online ISSN2598-1056
Editor-in-chiefWahyu Rizky Andhifani
Managing EditorTitet Fauzi Rachmawan
PublisherBalai Arkeologi Sumatera Selatan
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SIDDHAYATRA: Jurnal Arkeologi is a peer-reviewed journal of archaeological study which is managed by Editorial Boards of Archaeological Service Office for South Sumatera.  The first  edition was published in February 1996. Each volume published biannually in different numbers. Siddhayatra in sanskrit language means  ‘accomplished sacred expedition’. Siddhayatra is often mentioned in a short inscription contains shanti (holy) sentences, came from the period of Sriwijayan  Kingdom. In accordance with its  noble meaning, this journal is expected to become an instrument on disseminating the results of archaeological research to  the public, including the researchers and academics. All contents became the author’s responsibility, not the editorial boards. Permission of reprint and/or  modification of any illustrations in this journal should  be  obtained directly from one of the authors.


Terakreditasi SINTA Peringkat 4, Nomor Akreditasi: 10/E/KPT/2019 (berlaku dari Volume 22 Nomor 1 Tahun 2017 s.d. Volume 27 Nomor 1 Tahun 2023)  

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Call For Paper Vol. 27 (1) Mei dan (2) November 2022

 

 

Siddhaytra is an Open-Access, Peer-reviewed and edited by expertise in Archaeology, Quaternary-Prehistory, History and Anthropology from highly reputable research institutions and universities in Indonesia.

 

 
Posted: 2021-11-10
 
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Vol 26, No 2 (2021): JURNAL ARKEOLOGI SIDDHAYATRA

Table of Contents

Article

Lisda Meyanti, Wahyu Rizky Andhfani
1-12
Christina Novitri Andarsih, Hamzah Hamzah, Muhammad Safri
13-26
Amaluddin Sope
27-40
Muhammad Nofri Fahrozi, Sigit Eko Prasetyo
41-56
Bambang Sakti Wiku Atmojo
57-74