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

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

G. Pathmanathan, Raghavan Pathmanathan and T. Satyomorthy

 

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nleft” An urn containing a human skull and bones unearthed by the Archaeological Survey of India at Adhichanallur, near Tirunelveli town in Tamil Nadu(Image Courtesy : The Hindu))

Lecture will be delivered by Dr. Raghavan Pathmanathan lowest price for cialis (BSc (Hons), Msc (Hons), PhD), School of Archaeology & Anthropology , The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia on 28th Nov 2011 from 10.00 – 12.00 pm at the Auditorium of Department of Archaeology Sir Marcus Fernando Mawatha, Colombo 7
This lecture would be an interesting

session particularly for Archaeologists, Anthropologists, Anatomists, Forensic medicine experts, Geologists and Dentists.

For more information on this

site please visit following links.

The Hindu Feb 17, 2005

The Hindu May 26, 2004

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Department of Archaeology of Sri Lanka
For information contact Mrs. Sudevi Ranasinghe – Mobile 0716416537 / Office 0112696808

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  1. This really is an interesting place. As an archaeologist, I want to study this place please give more resources of information regarding Adichanallur and its excavation work.

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