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Archaeological approaches to the study of Islam in Island Southeast Asia

  • Peter Lape (a1)

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The Indonesian archipelago (Island Southeast Asia) now has the largest Muslim population in the world. How, when and why did Islam arrive? Archaeological investigations show that the conversion process was long and patchy with many forces at work.

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  • Peter Lape (a1)

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