දුර්ලභ හා සොයාගැනීමට අපහසු ශ්රී ලාංකේය පුරාවිද්යාව හා බැඳුණු පොත්පත්, ප්රකාශන හා වෙනත් දෑ ඔබ වෙත පහසුවෙන් සමීප කරලීම archaeoSTORE සේවාවේ අරමුණයි. මෙම සේවාව මඟින් කෘති හා ප්රකාශන ඔබ වෙත ලබා දීමේ දී සාමාන්ය වෙළෙඳපොළේ පවතින මිලට වඩා වැඩි මිලකට ඒවා ලබාදීමට සිදුවන බව කාරුණිකව සලකන්න. අදාළ පොත්පත් ලබා ගැනීම, ගබඩා කිරීම, ඇසිරීම හා ඒවා ඔබ වෙත ලබා දීම මෙන් ම වෙබ් අඩවි, සයිබර් අවකාශ පවත්වාගැනීම සඳහා ඒ අමතර වටිනාකම් එකතු කිරීමට සිදු වේ. මෙම සේවාව තුළින් ආදායමක් ලැබෙන්නේ නම් එය නැවත ශ්රී ලාංකේය පුරාවිද්යා ක්ෂේත්රයේ උන්නතිය සඳහා ම යොදවනු ලැබේ. මෙම සේවාව පිළිබඳව ඔබගේ අදහස් firstname.lastname@example.org ඔස්
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- In loving memory of Dr. Roland Silva, a pillar of Sri Lankan ArchaeologyDeshamanya Vidya Jyothi Dr. Roland Silva is one of the foremost Asian experts in the conservation of historical monuments and sites and one of Sri Lanka’s most prominent archaeologists. He was the former Commissioner of Archaeology (1983-1990) and the Founder Director General of the Central Cultural Fund that implemented the UNESCO-Sri Lanka Project of the Cultural Triangle, former Chancellor of the University of Moratuwa, former President of the World Body of Conservators, the first international president of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) from Asia (1990-1999) and UNESCO Chair and the founder President of The National Trust Sri Lanka.
- New Light on The Decline of Polonnaruwa (1196-1215): The Tamil Pillar Inscription from Rankot ViharaThe Tamil Pillar Inscription at the premises of the Rankot Vihara was discovered during the course of an archaeological survey conducted by the Cultural Triangle in […]
- Photography Competition – Urumayaka Asiriya Upanethin- 2019Heritage through Lens 2019 archaeology.lk, Nationally and Internationally recognized archaeological website in Sri Lanka, has organized an open photography contest to mark the 10th anniversary. This […]
- Maritime Archaeological Study on Cowry Shells (Monetaria moneta) that discovered from the Ancient Harbour AmbalangodaThe main objective of this research is to explicate the significance of Cowry Shells (Monetaria moneta) that discovered from the Ancient Harbour of Ambalangoda which located at No 85 –Patabandimulla Grama Niladari Division (GND) of Ambalangoda Secretariat Division (SD), Galle District (06 14 104 N – 080 03 127 E); through the collected data from field research (studying existing collection, collecting samples, lab analysis) and library survey methods. According to the investigations carried out by the groups of Archaeology, Maritime archaeology and non-archaeology (1998, 2007 and 2012) have been unearthed a number of Cowry shells with other artefacts.
- Experimental archaeology: fundamentals of the manufacture and use of prehistoric stone artifactsIntroduction The PGIAR is planning to organize a workshop on experimental archaeology: fundamentals of the manufacture and use of prehistoric stone artifacts on 29th -30th of December, […]
- A conference on understanding the values embedded in burial archaeological sites in Southernmost IndiaThis conference is focused on understanding the values embedded in burial archaeological sites in southernmost India. The objective of the conference is to discuss the importance of burial archaeology to academia and its significance in promoting postgraduate research related to archaeology in the country.
- A Workshop on Understanding Wetland Palaeoecology/ Environmental Archaeology and Integrated Microscopy Approaches in ArchaeobotanyThe PGIAR is planning to organize a workshop on understanding wetland palaeoecology/ environmental archaeology and integrated microscopy approaches in archaeobotany on 13th – 14th of December, 2018. This workshop will include lectures, discussions, and demonstrations on microscopic observations on the materials collected from the Horton Plains, Muthurajawella wetlands/Negombo Lagoon and Wilpattu.
- Check your knowledge about Sri Lankan Archaeology by answering 10 questions – IIICheck your knowledge about Sri Lankan Archaeology by answering 10 questions
- International Workshop and Lecture Series on Recent Advances in Indian History and Archaeology and Sri Lanka- South India RelationsIntroduction India is the nearest neighbour of Sri Lanka and the greatest cultural inspiration of the Island nation. The historical and Archaeological evidence amply supports this […]
- Truth behind the Prison cell of the last King in Colombo FortThe Prison cell of the last King of Kandy, King Sri Wickrama Rajasingha in Colombo fort is a somewhat well-known monument. Although most individuals working in the Fort area do not notice it, it is a famous destination for tourists. It is situated within the premises of the Ceylinco House building down Janadipathi Mawatha (Queen’s Street) at the turn off to Bank of Ceylon Mawatha. The aim of this article is to see if this is really the prison cell of the last King or something else; as there appear currently two traditions to this story, a common tradition and an academic tradition.