Public Lecturer – POWER OF CURATING: Making Museums Come Alive

POWER OF CURATING: Making Museums Come Alive AMERICAN CENTER HOSTS A PUBLIC LECTURE POWER OF CURATING Making Museums Come Alive Speaker: Karen Lee Smithsonian Curator Wednesday 2013 July 24 3:00 pm National Museum Sir Marcus Fernando Mawatha Colombo 07 free samples of levitra Karen Lee is a curator from the Smithsonian, the world’s largest museum and […]

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“Samudrika” Maritime Archaeology Symposium & Exhibition

Maritime Archaeological cialis discount Unit & Maritime Archaeological Museum, Galle Project, Central Cultural Fund is organizing a symposium & exhibition to mark the third anniversary of re-establishment after the Tsunami of the Maritime Archaeology Museum, Galle. Date: 20 th 21st of March 2013  From 09:00 – 17:00 Venue: Premises of the MAM, Fort, Galle cialis purchase online here […]

"Samudrika" - Maritime Archaeology Museum, Galle

Invitation - Dr. Vidanapathirana - Settlement Patterns of the Malvatu Oya and Kala Oya Basins

Settlement Patterns of the Malvatu Oya and Kala Oya Basins

Dr. Vidanapathirana's investigation of he relict cutural landscape of the two key river basins of the Malvatu Oya and Kala Oya has the distinction of being a pioneering study and the first book in the relatively neglected field of Sri Lanka's historical geography.


Surgery in an ancient kingdom

It’s 12th century Polonnaruwa—Prof. Leelananda Prematilleke and Prof. Arjuna Aluwihare go back in time to discuss a unique find worldwide; a hospital with advanced surgical instruments.

The 12th century hospital at Polonnaruwa