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22). see A.C. Kruyt 1933 p. 422 - 494. Sulawesi is a good example of a society which developed its own patterns of religion and statecraft without being ”hinduised”. Also the concepts of gods and divine powers of the kings were original and perhaps like those in Polynesia.
23). Coedes: The Indianized States of Southeast Asia.
24). Krom (1934), De Casparis, (1956).
25). Braddell: Notes onAncient Times in Malaya,
25). Braddell: Notes on Ancient Times in Malaya (1951)h. 1-27).
26). Moens, (1937).
27). M.C. Chand. Kpaper presented to the International Association of Historians on Asia. (IAHA) sixth International Conference. Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 1974.
28). Archaeological Research in Sumatra (1974)
29). Laporan Penelitian Arkeologi di Sumatra (1973).
30). Report still in press. (Berita Penelitian Arkeologi).
31).Like the people of P'o-Ni in the 10th century-Krom (1931), p. 236.
32). Survai Sumatra Utara (1976), h . 14: ini mungkin tempat yang sama seperti yang dahulu dipakai oleh sebuah vihara (kebiksuan) Buddha Mahayana.
33). Biaro Bahal I . Survai Sumatra Utara pl. 16. Bernet Kempers (1959) g. 223.

34). The capital of Sriwijaya could have been moved several times in the

course of centuries. Natural disasters or destruction by the enemy caused the ruiers to look for another place of residence, moreover it was considered ill luck to remain in the in same place where a disaster had happened. Perhaps they had like the Javanese kings also the belief in ”cycles”;see Boechari-1977 who refers to Schrieke (1957)'. Ruler and Realm in Early Java.
35).Laporan Penelitian Rembang (1957).
36).Krom (1931)p. 145. Coedes (1968)p. 90, 107, 301.
37).Krom (1931), p. 239, 240.
38).National Geographic Magazine, December 1940. p. 745 (opposite coloured illustration) ”Provisions for sea : Roots, fruits, nuts, dried fish and water-filled gourds enabled the Polynesians to survive passages as long as two months”.
39). Boechari (1977), p. 7.
40). Krom, (1931), p. 264.
41). Inscripties uit de Çailendra-tijd.