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I know that Javanese used to be written in a script that had been derived from the Indian devanegari. Are there any written sources of Indonesian before that time (so before the 6 th century AD, I guess)? The Bugis used a script that was definitely not related to devanegari, but it's much younger. Anybody?



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Maybe the Sundanese have an older written sources .

See :
http://www.ils.fr/candi/indonesie/cangkuang_E.htm


bisa dicek of makemyday .


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