Title

The NCP Excavations in Lobang Hangus, Lobang Tulang, Gan Kira, and Kain Hitam

RIS ID

113995

Publication Details

Piper, P., Lewis, H., Reynolds, T., McLaren, S., Rabett, R., Cole, F., Szabo, K., Farr, L. & Barker, G. (2016). The NCP Excavations in Lobang Hangus, Lobang Tulang, Gan Kira, and Kain Hitam. In G. Barker & L. Farr (Eds.), Archaeological Investigations in the Niah Caves, Sarawak: The Archaeology of the Niah Caves, Sarawak: Volume 2 (pp. 65-80). Cambridge, United Kingdom: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

Additional Publication Information

ISBN: 9781902937601

Abstract

The main fieldwork of the NCP concentrated on the West Mouth, but we also carried out small-scale archaeological investigations in three other entrances of the Great Cave complex in the Bukit Bekejang massif where the Harrissons worked: Lobang Hangus (or Lobang Angus as they referrerd to it in the earlier publications), Lobang Tulanf, and Gan Kira, and in the north-facing entrance to Kain Hitam, the so-called 'Painted Cave' located a few hundred metres north-east of Gan Kira.

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