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The Palace of Yogyakarta chronograph in architectural ornaments to symbolize document an event time

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Tinuku ~ Karaton Yogyakarta using architectural decoration like reptiles, flowers and others as chronograph. Sengkalan Memet shaped three-dimensional works such as sculptures, statues and others is an important momentum documentation relating to significant events and need commemorated.

The Palace of Yogyakarta applying various design decoration on the building as a symbol of the time about important events that need to be remembered. Sengkalan Memet in Javanese culture is a form chronography use in such embodiments which can be translated as the verbal expression.

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The events are implemented in a variety of pictures, sculptures and other forms of presenting beautiful ornamental works. Sengkalan Memet Titimangsa is the documentation a significant dates presented in visual form as a numbers symbol.

Architectural ornaments Yogyakarta Palace contains numbers that indicate the year of an event. The forms of aesthetic design in Javanese culture containing messages of cultural and symbolic meanings in accordance with the socio-cultural background covers a context.

Candra Sengkala using the symbolism of two dragons in Regol Kemagangan a visualization language reads “Dwi Tunggal Naga Rasa” and “Dwi Naga Rasa Wani”. Two dragon became a symbol of number 2, while the dragon became a symbol of the number 8. The coil tail is a symbol of number 6, while the united dragon is a symbol number 1.



Four symbolization behind the figures compiled from a series of words that signifies the number of 1682 Javanese Year (JY) or 1756 AD. The year is an event King Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono I get into the palace after it was built for a year since the Giyanti Treaty.

In Bangsal Manis shaped ornaments wood carving in the form of two snakes on a fence, crowned, mouthed open, gold made during the reign of King Sultan Hamengku Buwono VIII has the meaning “Werdu Yaksa Nagara Raja” which refers to construction time in 1853 JY (1923 AD).

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In the complex Siti Hinggil Lor have ornament reads "Pandhita Cakra Naga Wani" which is implemented in two dragon wearing crown and tail wrapped around. The language marks the renovation of the Siti Hinggil building during the reign King Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono VIII in 1857 JY (1926 AD).

A lizard and five beetles ornament on it means "Gana Salira Panca Tunggal" which refers to 1865 JY (1926 AD). The year marks the construction of Bangsal Pagelaran in the reign of King Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono VII. Symbolization lizards and beetles refer to the qualities of a king is a warrior and brave.

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