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Publication Date: October 1991
Editorial Note, Indonesia, volume 52, (October 1991)
Table of Contents, Indonesia, volume 52, (October 1991)
Epigraphical References to the "City" and the "State" in Early Indonesia, with an Introduction by K. W. Taylor
States without Cities: Demographic Trends in Early Java
The Merchant and the King: Political Myths of Southeast Asian Coastal Polities
Competing Hierarchies: Javanese Merchants and the Priyayi Elite in Solo, Central Java
Javanese Mysticism and Art: A Case of Iconography and Healing
Why I Didn't Set Up My Own Business
Malay Manuscripts and Early Printed Books at the Library of Congress
Contributors, Indonesia, volume 52, (October 1991)