A	14th	Century	Malay	Code	of	Laws:	The	Nitisarasamuccaya

A 14th Century Malay Code of Laws: The Nitisarasamuccaya

by Uli Kozok

That is why the impressive results of the fieldwork and subsequent analytical research by the German scholar, Dr. Uli Kozok, are remarkable. By devoting considerable time and funds to his project in the interior of Sumatra, Kozok has produced results that will change the writing of the history of Malay. [...] By conducting fieldwork (Kozok saw the text in Kerinci in August 2002), by following up leads from the colonial literature (Voorhoeve's compilation), by analyzing the text without depending on accepted knowledge and by taking the step of using the latest technology to obtain an empirical perspective about the material, Kozok has succeeded in laying a major part of a foundation for the rewriting of the history of Malay in Indonesia!     - James T. Collins (2004, pp. 18-19)

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Preliminary pages
1. Pusaka: Kerinci Manuscripts
2. Kerinci and the Ancient History of Jambi
3. Tanjung Tanah Manuscript TK 214
4. Script and Language of the Tanjung Tanah Manuscript
5. Tanjung Tanah Manuscript TK 215
6. Sanskrit in a Distant Land: The Sanskritized Sections
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  • Number of Pages : 408
  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Weight : 700g
  • Product Code : 9789814459747
  • Dimension : 152 x 229 mm

About Author

Uli Kozok

Uli Kozok is Professor in Indonesian Studies at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa from 2001–present.