Indonesian Commodities in the Codex Cumanicus

Fig. 1 — Cumans (name underlined) in the thirteenth-century Old East Slavic Radziwiłł Chronicle (fifteenth-century copy now in the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg).
Fig. 2— Some of the Indonesian goods in the Codex Cumanicus. Venice, Biblioteca Marciana, Lat. DXLIX, f.41r.

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Posting about ancient and medieval Indonesia, up to ~1500 CE. Mainly into 14th & 15th century stuff, but earlier is fine too.

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Medieval Indonesia

Medieval Indonesia

Posting about ancient and medieval Indonesia, up to ~1500 CE. Mainly into 14th & 15th century stuff, but earlier is fine too.

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