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archaeology.lk 2<sup>nd</sup> Anniversary

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...

RASSL 5th Annual Research Conference March 30<sup>th</sup> and 31<sup>st</sup> 2012- Call for Papers

The Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka is convening its 5th Annual Research Conference on the Humanities and Social Sciences on March 30th and...

Iron Age (2300+/- 200yrsB.P) Human Settlers of Prehistoric Port City of Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, India

  All are welcome Iron Age (2300 /- 200yrsB.P) Human Settlers of Prehistoric Port City of Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, India G. Pathmanathan, Raghavan Pathmanathan and T. Satyomorthy   nleft"...

Underwater Archaeology Short Course 2011

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Sri Lanka Maritime Archaeological Unit – Report on the Avondster Project 2001 – 2002

INTRODUCTION http://www.panonbelievers.org   Sri Lanka is strategically located between Arabia and East Asia, at a natural crossroads of navigational routes, and has been a centre of trade...

The Archaeological Survey in Neelagiri seya Area in Lahugala of Ampara District – Interim Report

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Archaeology Demonstrations: Let’s meet people who lived in Udawalawe basin 3500 years ago!

low income auto insurance Sri Lankan archaeologists have shown that inhabitation of people in Sri Lanka could be dated back to 1.6 million years. Dedication...

PGIAR Graduate Student Seminar 2011

The MPhil./PhD. students of the PGIAR will be presenting their research findings at the PGIAR Graduate Student Seminar scheduled for 4 May 2011...

Jethawanaramaya Complex as it looked in 9th Century AD

See the Jethawanaramaya Complex as it looked in 9th Century AD and fly down to see famous buildings and monuments in 3D. This is...

Digitally recreating ancient Anuradhapura: A case study of Jethavanaramaya

cell phone spy software Digitally recreating ancient Anuradhapura: A case study of Jethavanaramaya By Prasad Samarajiva, Chandima Ambanvala and Anuradha Piyadasa on Monday, 25th APRIL 2011 at...

The Library of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka goes online…

The Library of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka is one of the oldest libraries in the Island having been established in 1845....

SS CONCH: A Wreck with a Reputation

A few years ago I heard about an old iron shipwreck called Conch lying underwater off the coast of Akkurala on the Southern coast...

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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

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

This map is the first known map that Sri Lanka geographically appears on a map. Eratosthenes (276 to 196 BC) created it in 194...

Book Review: Anubudhu Mihindu Mahimi – Mihindhu High Priest-The Second Buddha

Anubudhu Mihidhu Mahahimi is a much-awaited biography on the Arahath Mahinda who was instrumental in introducing Buddhism to our island.
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