Ancient Ceylon Vol 1

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Ancient Ceylon Vol 1
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Noolaham No. 4647
Author -
Category இலங்கை வரலாறு
Language ஆங்கிலம்
Publisher The Commissioner of Archaeology
Edition 1990
Pages 309

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Contents

  • Contents
  • Preface
  • King Milinda's Conversion to Budhism fact for Fiction? - Osmund Bopearachchi
  • The Excavation of Mantai - John Carswell
  • Recent Interpretations of Borobudur, A Critical Survey - J.G.De.Casparis
  • The Giant Buddhist Thupas of Sri Lanka - M.M.Elkandize
  • Love Unanswered: Sri Lanka and Kalinga - J.G.De.Casparis
  • Some Ideological Aspects of the Early Brahmi Inscriptions of Lanka - M.M.Elkanidze
  • The Craftsman as Artist and Innovator in Early Medieval Sri Lanka - R.A.L.H.Gunawardana
  • Evolution and Development of Islamic Funerary Memorial Architecture in Pakistan - Ahamad Nabikhan
  • Display of the Relics in Early Buddhist art - K.R.Vankodu
  • Sri Lanka in Vortex of Cultural Cross Currents, A Brief Analysis of Cultural Phenomena in South and Southeast Asia from Pre - Historic Time up to early Historical Times - A.D.T.E.Perera
  • A Tale of Two Seals - Gregory Lpossehl and M.H.R.Raval
  • A Technique of Polyester Resin Casting of Archaeological Objects using Flexible Moulds of Vulcanised Rubber Latex - H.R.Premaeatna
  • Indian and Sri Lanka Epigraphy - A Comparative Study - K.V.Ramesh
  • Developing Programmes for Maritime Archaeological Survey - M.Redknap
  • New Light of Dark Age Wales - M.Redknap, A.Lane and E.Cambell
  • Some Unidentified Objects Discovered from the Ruvanvali - Saya Premises Anuradhapura - Gunapala Senadeera
  • The Standing Statue at the Gal - Vihara Polonnaruwa - Gunapala Senadeera
  • Sri Lankan Archeacology and its Contribution to Humanism and Culture - M.A.M.Shukri
  • The Brahmi Inscriptions as a Source for the Study of Puranic Hinduism in Ancient Sri Lanka - S.K.Sitrampalam