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Public Lecture: The Tombstones of Lamreh (Ancient Lamri)
      


<p>Readers in Singapore may be interested in this talk by Dr. E. Edwards McKinnon at ISEAS.</p> <p>The Tombstones of Lamreh (Ancient Lamri): Their relevance to the arrival of Islam according to the Sejarah Melayu Venue: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Singapore Date: 4 March 2015</p> <p>The Lamreh headland adjacent to the Krueng Raya bay in [...]
            

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