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Sigiriya – An introduction to the ancient wonder

Sigiriya, an ancient wonder of Sri Lanka was designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1982, due to its universal value

Galle Fort – Sri Lanka: UNESCO World Heritage Site 2020

In the southwest coastal area of the island, there lies the famous bay of Galle shaded from the picturesque surrounding. Its history extends back to 545 AC, as one of the most ancient ports recorded in the Cosmography of Cosmas Indicopleustes. It was the main port of the country, by the time Portuguese arrived here.

Claudius Ptolemy’s Sri Lankan Map

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Two years ago, archaeology.lk team launched an archaeology.lk website to disseminate new knowledge in the various branches of Sri Lanka Archaeology and create a discussion about Sri Lanka Archaeology by providing publicity for Sri Lanka Archaeolog

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Launch of the archaeology.lk website by Prof. Sudarshan purchase viagra canada Senevirathne

December 18, 2011 marks the second anniversary of the archaeology.lk website. Last two years we helped to disseminate new knowledge in Sri Lanka Archaeology to world and we opened the doors to general public to participate in archaeological excavations, explorations, etc… in Sri Lanka for the first time.

As we look to the past, we are also focused on the future. We are planning to launch few new services to the Sri Lanka Archaeology community in coming months and do our best to disseminate new knowledge in Sri Lanka Archaeology. We hope you will be with us and help us.

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Sigiriya – An introduction to the ancient wonder

Sigiriya, an ancient wonder of Sri Lanka was designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1982, due to its universal value

Galle Fort – Sri Lanka: UNESCO World Heritage Site 2020

In the southwest coastal area of the island, there lies the famous bay of Galle shaded from the picturesque surrounding. Its history extends back to 545 AC, as one of the most ancient ports recorded in the Cosmography of Cosmas Indicopleustes. It was the main port of the country, by the time Portuguese arrived here.

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Claudius Ptolemy's Sri Lankan Map is the most famous historical map of this island nation. Ptolemy created this map in 139 AD. The Greeks...

Sri Lanka (Taprobane) in the Eratosthenes’ map of the known world, c. 194 BC

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