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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 5, May 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Discovery Of Coins In Bogak, North Sumatera An Indication Of Economic Activities

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AUTHOR(S)

Lila Pelita Hati, Fitriaty Harahap, Nursukma Suri, Rita M. Setianingsih

 

KEYWORDS

coins, economy, life of the community, Perumnel

 

ABSTRACT

In January 2008 at the bottom of the sand in Bogak Beach in front of Fisherman’s Housing Estate (Perumnel) in Hamlet XII, Bogak Village, Tanjung Tiram Sub-district, Batubara Regency, North Sumatera Province, a ship was found. After investigation, it was revealed that the ship is a relic closely related to the life of the community in the area at least at the beginning of the 18th century when many sailors and merchants from different countries and nations engaged in economic activities. In addition to the discovery of the ship, ceramics from China and VOC coins years 1734, 1752, 1760, 1780, 1781, 1788, and 1790 were also found at the same time. This research tries to uncover to explore the historical and archaeological sources in Tanjung Tiram Sub-district and describe the role of those coins in the economy of the 18th to 20th century AD. This research employed the approaches of epigraphy, heraldry, and arts, in addition to history. The methods used were data collection, data processing, analysis, and formulation of recommendations. Data collection was undertaken to gather primary data through observation and secondary data (through reports, inventories, Dutch archives, and research findings).

 

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