The Bali History Collections Continued

This The sample Of Dr Iwan CD-ROM To Be Continued

The Bali History Collections

 Dienstmeisje van kunstschilder Lemajeur, Bali, Indonesie (1947-1953)

 

Created By

Dr Iwan Suwandy.MHA

Private Limited E-Book In CD-Rom Edition

Special For Senior Collectors

Copyright @ 2013

Bali in  5th Century

This temple was built in the 5th century by a monk coming from the east

Other kingdom at south east asia in 6th century

Like srivijaya

Borrobudor (Buddhist) was built n the 6th Century

6th Century Khmer Empire Stone Buddha Head

Compare with

Old African Sculpture from Nigeria

 

 

Angkor (Hindu),

 

was built in the 8th Century.

All these Kingdoms were constantly flipping between Hinduism, and Buddhism.

Depending on the Kings which ruled, their Kingdoms would constantly change from Hinsuism to Buddhism all the time. As such, Temple chandi Prambanan, Chandi Sukkho and Chandi Chetto, and more than 600 Hindu or Buddhist temples were built in Java during the Srivijayan Period alone. The same was true of Angkor.

The Kings often hacked

the statues of Shiva,

Vishnu,

Brahma,

or Ganesan,

and replaced them

 

Buddha

each time the Kings decided to change religions

This situations also happened at Bali until now no evidence found but the ancient bali Art near same with the statue above

Year 618

 

 

Ancient Bali King (modern painting) who sent envoy and tribute to

 

Emperor Qin kwan(Gaozhong) Tang Dynasty.

The first Tang dynasty emperor,

 

 

 

Tang Dynasty Imperial Palace at Xian.

 

 

 

Tang Dynasty Imperial Seals ,

given from Emperor China to his friendly states

-lika Dva-pa-da (Bali) Kingdom.

 This rare Khai Yuan with imperial crecscent moon at the back used at Bali during Dva-Pa.Da (bali) King sent envoy with tribute to Emperor Qin Kwan , the come one coin more bold and withour imperial crescent moon at the back.please comment.

The earliest such Chinese  coins found on the island date to the ninth-century Chinese Tang Dynasty(I ever four Han dnasty Coin at Bali may be repro one,Dr Iwan)

 

Original old History of Tang Dynasty book.

 

Repro Ancient Chinese Map of Dva-Pa.Tan 847 AD vintage Book illustration

( Grooneveldt 1880)

 

 

 

The Chinese Char.

of Dva-pa-Tan

( means Bali)

 

from Vintage book illustration (1880)

 

BALI KINGDOM’S GLORY BEFORE EUROPEAN CAME(3th -13th Century)

From Chinese Sources (ibid .Groeneveldt,1880).

The first China Sailors &  Traders came to Bali

(source :Original Handwritting Old  History of The Tang Dynasty (618-906) Book 197.):

 Ka-Ling (1) means Java Island ( the capital of java Kingdom called Japa-auth) on an island in the southern ocean, it lies on the eastern side of Pa-Li (2) means Sumatra , on the westren sised of Dva-pa-tan(1) means Bali .

( No information about Bali Kingdom and the Date , but at Bali still found Chinese cast coin from Later Han Dynasty, Tang Dynasty to Qing Dynasty some original and the other Old Bali mint cast coin. Many Chinese traders in Bali during that times that is why the currency used the Chinese mint aor Bali mint cast coins until 1951 when all Indonesia money changes to the new currency , small money change 100% nominal value and high nominal value from Rp 5.- to Rp.1000 cutting half the left one change with new money an d the rigght side changd with obligations called “sjafruddin -cutting ” Policies.The complete information look at ‘Bali Numismatic History(cash Coin or Gobok) –Dr Iwan)

 The first Bali Kingdom Sent envoy to China Emperor Tang Dynasty

(source : Original Handwritting New History of the Tang Dynasty .Book.222 part 2.):

622-649 AD,

during rhe period Chin-Kwan (627-649) this country (Kaling )

 sent envoys to bring tribute together with those

Dva-ha-la(Lombok)

 and

Dva-pa-tan(Bali) .

The Emperor favoured them with a reply under the great seal and as Dva-ha-la asked  for good horses, these were given to them

BALI KINGDOM’S GLORY BEFORE EUROPEAN CAME(3th -13th Century)

From Chinese Sources (ibid .Groeneveldt,1880).

The first China Sailors &  Traders came to Bali

(source :Original Handwritting Old  History of The Tang Dynasty (618-906) Book 197.):

 Ka-Ling (1) means Java Island ( the capital of java Kingdom called Japa-auth) on an island in the southern ocean, it lies on the eastern side of Pa-Li (2) means Sumatra , on the westren sised of Dva-pa-tan(1) means Bali .

( No information about Bali Kingdom and the Date , but at Bali still found Chinese cast coin from Later Han Dynasty, Tang Dynasty to Qing Dynasty some original and the other Old Bali mint cast coin. Many Chinese traders in Bali during that times that is why the currency used the Chinese mint aor Bali mint cast coins until 1951 when all Indonesia money changes to the new currency , small money change 100% nominal value and high nominal value from Rp 5.- to Rp.1000 cutting half the left one change with new money an d the rigght side changd with obligations called “sjafruddin -cutting ” Policies.The complete information look at ‘Bali Numismatic History(cash Coin or Gobok) –Dr Iwan)

The first Bali Kingdom Sent envoy to China Emperor Tang Dynasty

(source : Original Handwritting New History of the Tang Dynasty .Book.222 part 2.):

622-649 AD,

during rhe period Chin-Kwan (627-649) this country (Kaling )

 sent envoys to bring tribute together with those

Dva-ha-la(Lombok)

 and

Dva-pa-tan(Bali) .

The Emperor favoured them with a reply under the great seal and as Dva-ha-la asked  for good horses, these were given to them

Bali 7th Century

 

 

 the 7th century onwards; the Dragon-like Barong

 

Bali 8th Century

history and art of Bali, with it’s ancient culture basically is the acculturation of local  Indian culture in 8th century

Stupika and artifacts Bali 8th century

 

  • Buddhist model clay stupa (“Stupika“) inside which can be found clay tablets with Buddhist texts and Buddhist images. 8th century Bali.;

    Buddhist model clay stupa (“Stupika“) inside which can be found clay tablets with Buddhist texts and Buddhist images. 8th century Bali.

    8th Century

    Archaeological finds of pottery and other objects confirm that Bali was a port for Chinese and Indian traders as early as the first century CE.

     Hinduism arrived in the eighth century CE, mingling with beliefs in natural gods and ancestor myths, all of which have gone on entwining to the present day

    To be continued

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