The first Neolithic dwelling settlement discovered in Java is Kendenglembu Site, reported by W. van Wijland and J. Bruumun in 1936. H.R. van Heekeren started systematic excavation in 1941. The second research was lead by R.P. Soejono from the Department of Prehistory the National Archaeological Institute of Indonesia in 1969. The last research in Kendenglembu site leads by Goenadi Nitihaminoto from the Archaeological Office of Yogyakarta in 1986. Since then, there has never been any systematic research conducted in Kendenglembu and Kalitajem site, until now. Prehistoric research at Kendenglembu Site in 2008 was priorities to seek chronometric data sampling, to reconstruct the chronology of Kendenglembu and Kalitajem site occupation, from the Neolithic phase until Historic phase; and to identify the character of material culture (lithic tool and pottery) from Kendenglembu and Kalitajem site that were inhabited by Neolithic people, in order to understanding early Neolithic life in Java.
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