History of Southeast Asia

History of Southeast Asia

Episode 6, Pre-Islamic Indonesia

October 01, 2016

This episode covers Indonesia from the year 600 to 1500, the years when historical records become available, but before most Indonesians converted to Islam (that will be a topic for a future episode). Five major kingdoms dominated the islands during this time: Srivijaya, Mataram, Kediri, Singosari, and Majapahit.  Also, we will take a detailed look at Borobudur, Indonesia's greatest monument.


Here is a picture of Borobudur from the air, in case you want something to look at while following the description given in the episode.

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