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Classification of hasta koçali scripts based on physical buildings and procedures

Classification of hasta koçali scripts based on physical buildings and procedures

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This conceptual article is initiated with the results of field research associated with two 'grand theories' known in the traditional Balinese architecture. These are: 1) knowledge of the concept of Traditional Balinese Architecture (TBA) and 2) hasta koçali scripts. This article states that in the realm of review on the reality of architecture kno...

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