Chandima Bandara Ambanwala Department of Archaeology & Heritage Management, Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, Mihintale. Translated by. Chryshane Mendis Introduction It is a known fact that different approaches need to be applied in examining a certain subject, therefore in studying a certain subject, there can be many different methods used. One successful method is by studying the […]
When studying about the prehistoric man under archaeology, just as looking into the cultural features, the Archaeologist should also look into the environmental features around. Although the prehistoric man built a culture, as he too is an animal who depends on the environment and the culture he built is also based on environmental facts, the natural environment therefore, is important.