Berkala Arkeologi No. May 1, 2002, this time featuring nine (9) articles from researchers among the Puslit Arkenas and its staff. These writings are the result of research from several fields of prehistoric, classical, ethnoarchaeological, and Islamic and colonial studies. From the field of prehistoric studies, it presents a discussion of the existence of cultural acculturation between the jar burials and megaliths, and the pattern of megalithic settlements in Pakauman, Bondowoso. The classical field of study features the study of Yuan ceramics at Trowulan and the performance of Tantrayana ritual ceremonies. The field of ethnoarcheology displays the background of belief in Tenggerese settlements, while the field of Islamic and colonial studies presents four (4) texts, namely: Chinese immigrants in relation to the history of trade in Indonesia; Pasuruan urban area in the Dutch colonial era; Balangnipa fort in Sinjai, South Sulawesi; and Dutch fortresses on Java in relation to their use and "abuse". Finally, we hope that these articles will be of use to the development of science in general and in the field of archaeology in particular. Suggestions and criticisms from readers are welcomed for the progress of this journal.