A non-exhaustive list of published authoritative references on Southeast Asian and Chinese trade ceramics

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Abu Ridho

1982
“Notes on the Wall Tiles of the Mosque at Demak”, in CM Young, Marie-France Dupoizat and EW Lane (eds.), Vietnamese Ceramics, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society/Oxford University Press: 36–37
1985

“White Kendis”, in Bulletin of the Ceramic Society of Indonesia, May: 42–52.
1992

Survey Keramik di D.A.S. Batanghari, Jambi: PemdaTingkat I Propinsi Jambi and Kantor Wilayah Depdikbud Propinsi Jambi
1995

“Penelitian Keramik di Situs-Situs Arkeologi Provinsi Jambi”, in Laporan: Hasil Penelitian Arkeologi dan Geologi Propinsi Jambi 1994–1995, Jambi: Pemerintah Daerah Tingkat I Provinsi Jambi: 198–231

Adhyatman, Sumarah

1980

Koleksi Keramik Adam Malik, Jakarta: Indonesian Ceramic Society

1981

Keramik Kuna Yang Ditemukan di Indonesia (Antique Ceramics Found in Indonesia), Jakarta: Himpunan Keramik Indonesia, The Ceramic Society of Indonesia

1987a

“A Note on Yue-Type Ware Found in Indonesia”, in Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient, 76: 319-336

19897b

Kendi: Wadah Air Minim Tradisional (Traditional Drinking Water Containers), Jakarta: Ceramic Society of Indonesia (Himpunan Keramik Indonesia)

1998

Japanese Porcelain from the Seventeenth Century found in Indonesia, Jakarta: Ceramic Society of Indonesia

1990

Antique Ceramics Found in Indonesia: Various Uses and Origins, Jakarta: Ceramic Society of Indonesia

1993

Manik-Manik di Indonesia/Beads in Indonesia, Jakarta: Djambatan

1999

Zhangzhou (Swatow) Ceramics, Sixteenth to Seventeenth Centuries Found in Indonesia, Jakarta: Indonesian Ceramic Society (a synopsis of this work in English can be downloaded here)

Adhyatman, Sumarah and Abu Ridho

1984

Martavans in Indonesia/Tempayan di Indonesia, Jakarta: Ceramic Society of Indonesia

1985a

“Burmese Ceramics”, in Bulletin Himpunan Keramik Indonesia, May: 3–45

1985b

Burmese Ceramics / White Kendis, Jakarta: Ceramic Society of Indonesia

Alba, Elenita D. V.

1994
“Archaeological Evidences of Animals as Trade Goods: A Preliminary Survey”, in National Museum Papers 4, 2: 1–66

Aoyagi, Yoji

2002
“Excavation of the Go Sanh Kiln Complex: Champa Ceramics in the History of the Maritime Silk Road”, in Aoyagi Yoji and Gakuji Hasebe, Champa Ceramics Production and Trade. Excavation Report of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, Tokyo: The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kilns in Central Vietnam: 5–18

Aoyagi, Yoji and Gakuji Hasebe

2002
Champa Ceramics Production and Trade. Excavation Report of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, Tokyo: The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kilns in Central Vietnam

Aoyagi, Yoji and Tatsuo Sasaki (eds.)

2007
The Tani Kiln Site in Cambodia, Tokyo: Sophia University

Aymonier, Etienne

1901
Le Cambodge, 2 vols., Paris: Ernest Leroux


Ball, Dorian

1995
The Diana Adventure, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Historical Salvors, Bambang Budi Utomo (ed.)
2008
Kapal Karam Abad Ke-10 Di Laut Jawa Utara Cirebon, Jakarta: Panitia Nasional Pengangkatan dan Pemanfaatan Benda Berharga Asal Muatan Kapal yang Tenggelam

Bambang Sumadio, Sulaiman Yusuf, Hamzuri and Dadang Udansyah

1980

Koleksi Pilihan Museum Nasional. Selected Collection of the National Museum, Vol. I, Jakarta: Proyek Pengembangan Musem Nasional

Bellina-Pryce, Bérénice and Praon Silapanth

2006
“Weaving Cultural Identities on Trans-Asiatic Networks: Upper Thai-Malay Peninsula: An Early Socio-political Landscape”, in Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient 93: 257–293

Beurdeley, Michel

1962/1969

Chinese Trade Porcelain, Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan: Tuttle

Beyer, H. Oxley


1947

“Outline review of Philippine Archaeology by Islands and Provinces”, in The Philippine Journal of Science 77, 2–3: 205–374

Blake, W, and M Flecker

1994

“A Preliminary Survey of a Southeast Asian Wreck, Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam”, in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 23, 2: 73–91

Bounheuang Bouasisengpaseuth and Phimmaseng Thammavong

1996
“Archaeological Finds of Ceramics in Lao PDR”, in SPAFA Journal 6, 1: 33–34

Bouvet, Phaedra

2006
“Étude préliminaire de céramiques indiennes et indianisantes du site de Khao Sam Kaeo IVe–IIe siècles av. J C”, in Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient 93: 353–393

Bromberg, Paul

2010

“A Passion for Bencharong,” in Arts of Asia May/June

Brown, C. C. (ed. & transl.)

1970
Sejarah Melayu, Malay Annals, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press

Brown, Roxanna M

Click here to access Roxanna M Brown’s CV and bibliography.

Bui Minh Tri


2008

“Vietnamese Ceramics in the Asian Sea-route Trade in the Seventeenth Century”, in Khao co Hoc 6: 67–82

Bui Minh Tri and Kerry Nguyên-Long

2001

Vietnamese Blue & White Ceramics, Ha Noi: Social Sciences Publishing House

Bulbek, David

2000

“Traditions of Jars as Mortuary Containers in the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago” in New Perspectives in Southeast Asian and Pacific Prehistory, Australian National University Press.

Butterfields

2000
Treasures from the Hoi An Hoard, San Francisco: Butterfields

Chang Pin-Tsung


1983

Chinese Maritime Trade: The Case of 16th-Century Fu-chien (Fukien), PhD Thesis, Princeton University, East Asian Studies

Chanthawani, Natthaphat & 3 more

1989

Ancient Kiln Sites in Buriram Province, Bangkok: Fine Arts Department

Chen Cunxi and Yeung, C. T.


1990

Dehua Wares, Hong Kong: Fung Ping Shan Museum, University of Hong Kong

Chhay Visoth and Chap Sopheara

2002

Ceramics from Anlong Thom (in Khmer), BA Thesis, Department of Archaeology, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh
Chia Ming Soon, Stephen
1997

“Prehistoric Pottery Sources and Technology in Peninsular Malaysia based on Compositional and Morphological Studies”, in Malaysian Museums Journal 33

Chien Nguyen Dinh

2002
The Ca Mau Shipwreck 1723–1735, Ha Noi: The National Museum of Vietnamese History

Chinese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor

2000

“Report on Archaeological Research at Chau Say Tevoda Temple, Angkor”, in Udaya 1: 255–294

Choo, Alexandra Avieropoulou

1987

Archaeology, A Guide to the Collections National Museum Singapore, Singapore: National Museum. (The National Museum’s archaeological collection primarily composed of objects donated or deposited in the museum in the decade between 1930-1940.)

Coedès, George

1939

“Les statuettes décapitées de Savank’alok”, in Institut Indochinois pour l’Étude de l’Homme 2, 2: 189–190.

1968
The Indianized States of Southeast Asia, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press

Cole, Fay-Cooper

1912

Chinese Pottery in the Philippines, Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History Publication 162, Anthropological Series XII, 1

Cort, Louise

1997

“Vietnamese Ceramics in Japanese Contexts”, in Stevenson, John and John Guy (eds.), Vietnamese Ceramics: A Separate Tradition, Chicago: Art Media Resources with Avery Press: 62–83

2000

“Khmer Stoneware Ceramics. The Hague Gifts”, in LA Cort, M Farhad, and AC Gunter (eds.), Asian Traditions in Clay, Washington, DC: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution: 91–149

Cort, Louise Allison, Williams IV, George Ashley and David P Rehfuss

2008
“Ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia[:] Collections in the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery”, website: http://seasianceramics.asia.si.edu//

Cortesao, A (ed. & transl.)

1944
The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires, London: Hakluyt Society, 2nd series, Vol. 89, 2 vols

Courbin, Paul

1988
“La fouille du Sras Srang à Angkor”, in Jacques Dumarçay and Paul Courbin, Documents Graphiques de la Conservation d’Angkor 1963–1971, Paris : École Française d’Extrême-Orient. Collection de textes et documents sur l’Indochine XVII

Cremin, Aedeen

2006
“Chinese Ceramics at Angkor”, in Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin 26: 121–123

Curtis, Julia B. with contributions from Stephen Little and Mary Ann Rogers

2006

Trade, Taste & Transformation: Jingdezhen Porcelain for Japan 1620-1645, New York: China Institute

Dampier, William (compiled by John Mansfield)

1906
Dampier’s Voyages, London: Valentine Press, 2 vols

Daus, Ronald

1989

Portuguese Eurasian Communities in Southeast Asia, Singapore: ISEAS Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Di Crocco, Virginia

1992
“Early Burmese Ceramics from Srikshetra and Pagan and the Problem of the Identification of the P’iao Kingdom of the Chinese Chronicles”, in I Glover (ed.), Southeast Asian Archaeology 1990, Hull: Centre for South-East Asian Studies: 53–62

Diem, Allison

1997
“Vietnamese Blue and White Ceramics in the Philippines: Late 14th-16th Centuries”, in L Gotuaco, Rita C Tan and AI Diem, Chinese and Vietnamese Blue and White Wares Found in the Philippines, Makati City: Bookmark: 183–205
2000

“Vietnamese Ceramics from the Pandanan Shipwreck Excavation in the Philippines”, in Taoci 2: 87–93
2002

“The Significance of Pandanan Shipwreck Ceramics as Evidence of Fifteenth Century Trading Relations within Southeast Asia”, in OCS Newsletter, March–April, Bulletin No. 12

Dizon, Eusebio Z (ed.)

1996
“Anatomy of a Shipwreck: Archaeology of the 15th-Century Pandanan Shipwreck”, in Christophe Loviny (ed.), The Pearl Road, Tales of Treasure Ships in the Philippines, Makati City: Christophe Loviny: 62–75

Dizon, Eusebio Z and Rey A Santiago (eds.)

1996
Faces From Maitum, The Archaeological Excavation of Ayub Cave, Manila: The National Museum of the Philippines

Dumarçay, Jacques

1973

Charpentes et tuiles khmeres, Paris: École Française d’Extrême- Orient

Dupoizat, Marie-France

1998
“Céramique chinoise de Barus et du Proche-Orient: analogies, différences, premières conclusions”, in C Guillot (ed.), Histoire de Barus: Le Site de Lobu Tua. I, Études et Documents, Paris: Cahiers d’Archipel 30: 149–167
1999

“La céramique importée à Angkor: étude préliminaire”, in Arts Asiatiques 54: 103–116
2003

“Chinese Ceramics”, in C Guilllot et al (eds.), Histoire de Barus Sumatra, Le Site de Lobu Tua. I, Étude archéologique et Documents, Paris: Cahier d’Archipel 30: 103–170

2013

“Vietnamese Ceramics in the Malay World” in Archipel 85, 105-115. (Access the pdf here.)

Dupoizat, Marie-France and Naniek Harkantiningsih

2007

Catalogue of the Chinese Style Ceramics of Majapahit, Paris: Association Archipel, Cahiers d’Archipel 36

Ea Darith

2000
“Summary of New Light on Khmer Ceramic” (in Khmer), Udaya 1: 37–47
2005

“The Relationship between China and Cambodia: Evidence from Manuscripts, Ceramics and Bas-reliefs”, in Cheng Pei-kai et al (eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference: Chinese Export Ceramics and Maritime Trade 12th-15th Centuries, Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong: 267–279
2007

“New Data on the Distribution of Khmer Ceramics Kilns”, Paper presented at Ancient Khmer and Southeast Asian Ceramics: New Archaeological Findings, Production and the Revival of Techniques, Centre for Khmer Studies, Siem Reap, Cambodia, 13–15 December

Edwards McKinnon, Edmund

1982a
“A Brief Note on Muara Kumpeh Hilir: an Early Port Site on the Batang Hari”, in SPAFA Digest 3, 2: 37–40
1982b

“Early Polities in Southern Sumatra: Some Preliminary Observations based on Archaeological Evidence”, in Indonesia 40: 1–36
1984


Kota Cina: Its Context and Meaning in the Trade of Southeast Asia in the Twelfth to Fourteenth Centuries, Ithaca: Cornell University PhD Dissertation
1992

“Malayu Jambi: Interlocal and International Trade (11th to 13th Centuries)”, Paper presented at the Seminar Sejarah Malayu Kuno, Jambi, 7–8 December

Eka Asih Putrina Taim

1992
Foreign Ceramics from the Site at the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin Museum. An Analysis of the Results of the 1989–1990 Excavations, Thesis, Jurusan Arkeologi, Universitas Indonesia

Em Socheata


2004


Ceramics from Khnar Po Kilns (in Khmer), BA Thesis, Department of Archaeology, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh

Eng-Lee Seok Chee

1984
Kendi: A Guide to the Collections National Museum Singapore, Singapore: National Museum
Ery Muchtar and Yayat Padmadisastra, Tim Penyunting
1984


Kerajinan Tanah Liat Tradisional di desa Bumi Jaya, Kecamatan Ciruas, Kabupaten Serang, Jakarta: Proyek Pengembangan Permuseuman Jakarta

Etsuko Miyata

2000
“Report on the Early Exported Southeast Asian Ceramics (Data from the Consumption Sites in Japan.)”, in Naniek Harkantiningsih and Sugeng Riyanto (eds.), Proceedings: International Symposium for Japanese Ceramics of Archaeological Sites in South-East Asia: the Maritime Relationship on 17th Century, Jakarta: Pusat Arkeologi: 69–76

Evans, IHN

1927
“Notes on the Remains of an Old Boat from Pontian, Pahang”, in Journal of the Federated Malay States Museums 12, 4: 93–96

Finlay, Robert

2019
The Pilgrim Art: Cultures of Porcelain in World History, Berkeley: University of California Press

Flecker, Michael

2000
“A 9th-Century Arab or Indian Shipwreck in Indonesian Waters”, in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 29, 2: 199–217
2001

“The Bakau Wreck: an Early Example of Chinese Shipping in Southeast Asia”, in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 30, 2: 221–230
2002

The Archaeological Excavation of 10th-Century Intan Shipwreck, BAR International Series 1047, Oxford: Archaeopress
2003

“The Thirteenth-Century Java Sea Wreck: a Chinese Cargo in an Indonesian Ship”, in The Mariner’s Mirror 89, 4: 388–404
2004

The Binh Thuan Wreck: Containing the Complete Archaeological Report, Melbourne: Christies Australia
2007

“The South China Sea Tradition: Hybrid Hulls of Southeast Asia”, in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 36, 1: 75–90

For a complete list of Dr. Flecker’s publications as of 01.01.2002, please click here.

Fournereau, Lucien

1908
“La Cèramique du Thais”, in Le Siam Ancien, Paris: Annales du Musée Guimet 31, 2: 129–138

Fraser-Lu, Sylvia

1994

Burmese Crafts: Past & Present, KL: Oxford University Press

Franiatte, M.

2000
“Nouvelles Analyses de la Céramique Khmère du Palais Royal d’Angkor Thom”, in Udaya 1: 91–124

Frasché, Dean

1976

Southeast Asian Ceramics: Ninth to Seventeenth Centuries, New York: Asia Society

Fujiwara, Hiroshi

1990

Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection, Singapore: Oxford University Press

Gakuji, Hasebe and Yamasaki Kazuo

1996
The White and Green Wares Excavated in the Tak Area in Thailand, Tokyo: Machida City Museum

Gasser, Stephen A.


1969

Das Topferhandwerk von Indonesien, Basel: Pharos-Verlag Hansrudolf Schwabe AG, Basler Beitrage zur Ethnologie Band 7

Gibson-Hill, Carl Alexander

1952
“Further Notes on the Old Boat Found at Pontian, in Southern Pahang”, in Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 25, 1: 111–133

Gerritsen, Anne

2020

The City of Blue and White: Chinese Porcelain and the Early Modern World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Goddio, Frank

A full bibliography and the documentaries of Frank Goddio can be found at: www.franckgoddio.org

Goloubew, Victor

1931–1932
“La Province de Thanh-hoa et sa Céramique”, in Revue des Arts Asiatiques 7: 112–116

Graham, WA

1922
“Pottery in Siam”, in Journal of the Siam Society 15, 1: 1–27. (This was a seminal article and a transcript of the meeting at which the paper was introduced and its findings may be found here.)

Green, Jeremy N.

1983
“The Song Dynasty Shipwreck at Quangzhou, Fujian Province, People’s Republic of China”, in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 12, 3: 253–262. (See also the Shipwreck Asia site.)

Green, Jeremy N. and Rosemary Harper

1983
The Excavation of the Pattaya Wreck Site and Survey of Three Other Sites, Thailand, 1982, Australian Institute of Maritime Archaeology, Special Publication No. 1.
1987

The Maritime Archaeology of Shipwrecks and Ceramics in Southeast Asia and The Ko Si Chang Three Shipwreck Excavation, 1986, Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, Special Publication No. 4

Green, Jeremy N., Rosemary Harper and S Prishanchittara

1980
The Excavation of the Ko Kradat Wrecksite 1979-1980, Thailand, Department of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Museum, Special Publication

Griffin, R. P. Jr

1976
“Dating Annamese Blue and White”, in Orientations, May: 32–48

Groeneveldt, WP

1960
Historical Notes on Indonesia and Malaya Compiled from Chinese Sources, Jakarta: Bhratara

Groslier, Bernard Philippe

1981a
“Introduction to the Ceramic Wares of Angkor”, in Khmer Ceramics: 9th-14th Century, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society: 9–19

1981b

“La Céramique Chinoise en Asie du Sud-Est : Quelques Points de Méthode”, in Archipel 21: 93–121. Reprinted in J Dumarçay (ed.), Mélanges sur l’Archéologie du Cambodge (1949–1986), Paris: École Française d’Extrême-Orient 1998: 221–245

Groslier, BP and Jacques Arthaud

1966
Angkor: Art and Civilization, London: Thames and Hudson.

Guérin, Nicol and Dick van Oenen


2005

Thai Ceramic Art: the Three Religions, Singapore: Suntree Media

Guillot, Claude (ed.)


1998

Histoire de Barus: Le Site de Lobu Tua. I, Études et Documents, Paris: Cahiers d’Archipel 30

Guilllot, Claude et al (eds.)

1998

From the Mediterranean to the China Sea, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. (A pdf may be found here.)

2003

Histoire de Barus Sumatra. Le Site de Lobu Tua. II, Étude Archéologique et Documents, Paris: Cahier d’Archipel 30

Gutman, Pamela

2001
“The Martaban Trade”, in Asian Perspectives 40, 1: 108–118

Guy, John

1982
“Vietnamese Trade Ceramics”, in CM Young, Marie-France Dupoizat, and EW Lane (eds.), Vietnamese Ceramics, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society/Oxford University Press: 28–35
1986

“Vietnamese Ceramics and Cultural Identity: Evidence from the Ly and Tran Dynasties”, in DG Marr and AC Milner (eds.), Southeast Asia in the 9th to 14th Centuries, Singapore: ISEAS: 255–270
1986

Oriental Trade Ceramics in South-East Asia: Ninth to Sixteenth Centuries, Singapore: Oxford University Press
1987

Ceramic Excavation Sites in Southeast Asia: A Preliminary Gazetteer, Adelaide: Research Centre for Southeast Asian Ceramics, Art Gallery of South Australia, University of Adelaide, Papers 3
1988–1989

“The Vietnamese Wall Tiles of Majapahit”, in Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 53: 27–46
1989

Ceramic Traditions of South-East Asia, Singapore: Oxford University Press
1990

Oriental Trade Ceramics in South-East Asia: Ninth to Sixteenth Centuries, Singapore: Oxford University Press, Oxford in Asia Studies in Ceramics
1992

“Southeast Asian Glazed Ceramics: a Study of Sources”, in G Kuwayama (ed.), New Perspectives on the Art of Ceramics in China, Los Angeles: LA County Museum of Art
2000

“Vietnamese Ceramics from the Hoi An Excavation: The Cu Lao Cham Ship Cargo”, in Orientations, September: 125–128
2001

“Tamil Merchant Guilds and the Quanzhou Trade”, in A Schottenhamer (ed.), The Emporium of the World, Maritime Quanzhou, 1000–1400, Leiden: Brill: 283–308
2001–2002

“The Belitung (Tang) Cargo and Early Asian Ceramic Trade”, in Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 66: 13–27
2003

“Offering Up a Rare Jewel: Buddhist Merit-Making and Votive Tablets in Early Burma”, in A Green and TR Blurton (eds.), Burma: Art and Archaeology, London: British Museum Publications: 23–33
2005

“The Intan Shipwreck: a 10th-Century Cargo in South-East Asian Waters”, in S Pearson (ed.), Song Ceramics: Art History, Archaeology and Technology, University of London: Colloquies on Art and Archaeology in Asia 22: 171–192
2006

“Early Ninth-Century Chinese Export Ceramics and the Persian Gulf Connection: the Belitung Shipwreck Evidence”, in SFECO (Société Française d’Etude de la Ceramique Orientale), Paris: Musée Cernuschi 4: 9–20

Ha Thuc Can, and Nguyen Bich

1989
“Discovery of the Chu Dau Kiln”, in Arts of Asia 20, 3: 116– 121

Hansman, John

1985
Julfar, an Arabian Port, Its Settlement and Far Eastern Ceramic Trade, 14th-18th Century, London: Royal Asiatic Society, Prize Publication Fund, Vol 22 (Re-published by Routledge in 2002)

Harrisson, Barbara

1982
“Correlations and Types of Vietnamese Trade Wares: 13th-19th Centuries”, in in CM Young, Marie-France Dupoizat, and EW Lane (eds.), Vietnamese Ceramics, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society/Oxford University Press: 38–48
1995

Later Ceramics in South-East Asia, Sixteenth to Twentieth Centuries, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press

Harrisson, Tom

1965
“‘Dusun’ Jars: from Mayfair and Friesland through Cairo to Sabah”, in Sarawak Museum Journal 12: 25–26, 69–74
1974

“Early ‘Jar Burials’ in Borneo and Elsewhere”, in Asian Perspectives 17, 2: 141–144

Hasan M Ambary, Halwany Michrob and John N Miksic

1988
Katalogus Koleksi Data Arkeologi Banten (Catalogue of Sites, Monuments and Artifacts of Banten), Jakarta: Directorate for Protection and Development of Historical and Archaeological Heritage

Hasan Muarif Ambary and Sakai Takahashi

1993
Banten, Pelabuhan Keramik Jepang. Situs Kota Pelabuhan Islam di Indonesia, Jakarta: Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional

He Li

1996

Chinese Ceramics: The New Standard Guide, The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Hein, Don

1990
“Sawankhalok Export Kilns: Evolution and Development,” in Ho Chuimei (ed.), Ancient Ceramic Kiln Technology in Asia, Hong Kong: Centre for Asia Studies, University of Hong Kong: 205–228
2003

Summary Report on Archaeological Fieldwork at Myaung Mya, Bagan, and Other Sites in Myanmar, August–September 1999, [Melbourne]: Deakin University. Unpublished E-copy
2008

“Ceramic Kiln Lineages in Mainland Southeast Asia,” in Ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia: Collections in the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, http://seasianceramics.asia.si.edu/

Hein, Don and Prachote Sangkhanukit

ND (c. 1985)
Report on the Excavation of the Ban Tao Hai Kilns Phitsanulok, Thailand, Adelaide: Art Gallery of South Australia, University of Adelaide, Research Centre for Southeast Asian Ceramics, Papers 1

Hein, Don, Peter Burns and Dick Richards

1986
“An Alternative View on the Origins of Ceramics Production at Si Satchanalai and Sukhothai, Thailand”, in SPAFA Digest 7, 1: 22–33

Hein, Don, Mike Barbetti and Thongsa Sayavongkhamdy

1992
An Excavation at the Sisattanak Kiln Site, Vientiane, Lao PDR, 1989, Sydney: University of Sydney, Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific

Hendrickson, Mitch

2008
“New Evidence of Brown Glaze Stoneware Kilns Along the East Road from Angkor”, in Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 28: 52–56

Heng Piphal

2004
“Archaeological Excavation in the North Pond (Srah Andong) of Prasat Suor Prat”, in Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor (JSA) Annual Report on the Technical Survey of Angkor Monument 2004, Tokyo: Japan International Cooperation Centre: 215–233

Henson, FG

1992
“Jar Burial Excavations in the Philippines”, in I Glover, P Succhitta, and J Villiers (eds.), Early Metallurgy, Trade and Urban Centres in Thailand and Southeast Asia, Bangkok: White Lotus: 213–225

Honda, Hiromu and Noriki Shimazu

1997
The Beauty of Fired Clay: Ceramics from Burma, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand, New York : Oxford University Press

Hirth, Friedrich and William W. Rockhill

1911
Chau Ju-Kua: His Work on the Chinese and Arab Trade in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, entitled Chu-fan-chi, St. Petersburg: Imperial Academy of Science

Ho Chuimei

1988
Minnan Blue and White Wares, An Archaeological Survey of Kiln Sites of the 16th-19th Centuries in Southern Fujian, China, Oxford: BAR International Series 428.

Hsü Yün-Ts’iao

1973
“Singapore in the Remote Past”, in Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 45, 1: 1–9

Huang Xuan Chinh

1988
“Viêt-hoa bi lãng ouên” (Móng Cái, Forgotten Vietnamese-Chinese Porcelain Line), in Khao co hoc 1/2009: 85–91

Hudson, Bob, Nyein Lwin, and Win Maung (Tanpawady)

2001
“The Origins of Bagan: New Dates and Old Inhabitants”, in Asian Perspectives 40, 1: 48–74

Huet, Clement

1942
“Contribution à l’Étude de la Céramique en Indochine”, in Bulletin des Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire 1: 209; 3: 50–61

Ito, Chuta and Yositaro Kamakura

1937
Nanhai Koto Kame, Tokyo: Houn-sha (Unpublished translation: “Pottery and Porcelain in Southern Lands”, Canberra: The Australian National University, Translation Unit, 1971)

Jago-on, Sheldon & Orillaneda, Bobby.

2019

Archaeological Researches on the Manila Galleon Wrecks in the Philippines, Springer

Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor

2000
“Preliminary Report on the Ceramics Recovered from the Northern ‘Library’ of the Bayon Complex, Angkor Thom”, in Udaya 1: 201–216

Jacques, Claude

1995
“China and Ancient Khmer History”, in R Scott and J Guy (eds.), South Asia and China: Art, Interaction and Commerce, London: Percival David: 32–39

Jenyns, Soame

1951

Later Chinese Porcelain: The Ch’ing Dynasty (1644-1912), London: Faber & Faber

1971

Japanese Pottery, London, Boston: Faber and Faber

Jörg, C. J. A.

1982

Porcelain and the Dutch China Trade, The Hague: Martinus

1986

The Geldermalsen History and Porcelain, Groningen: Kemper Publishers

Jörg, C and M Flécher

2001
Porcelain from the Vung Tau Wreck: the Hallstrom Excavation, London: Sun Tree Publishing Ltd

Joseph, A

1975
“Blue and White Wares,” in South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, Hong Kong: The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong: 26–33

Junker, Laura Lee

1999
Raiding, Trading and Feasting: The Political Economy of Philippine Chiefdoms, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press

Kamarudin Ab Razak

1998
Peninggalan Sejarah di Pesisiran Sungei Johor, Johor Bahru: Yayasan Warisan Johor

Karow, Otto

1977
“Thai Ceramics: the Historical and Cultural Background”, in Roxanna M Brown, Otto Karow, Peter W Meister, and Hans W Siegel, Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press: 19–24

Kenderdine, S

1995
“Bai Jiao I-the Excavation of a Song Dynasty Shipwreck in the Dinghai Area, Fujian Province, China, 1995”, in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 24, 4: 247–266

Kerr, Rose & John Ayers

2002

Blanc de Chine: Porcelain from Dehua, Singapore: Asian Civilisations Museum

Kerr, Rose, Regina Krahl, Baoping Li et. al.

2009

Marvels of Celadon: Shang Shan Collection of Yaozhou Wares, Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago

Khwanyuen, S

1985
“The Excavation of Baranae Kiln Site, Thailand”, in SPAFA Final Report: Technical Workshop on Ceramics (T-W4), Bangkok: SPAFA: 137–168.

Kraiskri Nimmanahaeminda

1960
Sankampaeng Glazed Pottery, Chiangmai: Konmuang Publishing Company

Kwee Hwee Kian

1997
Dao Yi Zhi Lue as a Maritime Traders’ Guidebook, National University of Singapore Honour’s Thesis

Lam, Peter Y.K. (ed.)

1983
“Guangdong Wares of the Northern Song Period” in New Asia Academic Bulletin, Hong Kong: New Asia College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 4: 121-130 and plates 1-26

1985

A Ceramic Legacy of Asia’s Maritime Trade: Song Dynasty Guangdong Wares and other 11th to 19th century Trade Ceramics found on Tioman Island, Malaysia, Petaling Jaya: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

1986

“Archaeological Finds from the Jin to the Tang Periods in Guangdong”, Chinese University of Hong Kong

1996

A Legacy of the Ming, Ceramic Finds from the Site of the Ming Palace in Nanjing, Hong Kong: Nanjing Museum and The Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
2001

“Dating Criteria for Chinese Blue and Whites of the Mid to Late 15th Century from Shipwrecks”, in Taoci 2: 35–46, 35

2008

“Emperors’ Insignia: Basemarks of Kangxi, Yongzheng and Qianlong Imperial Porcelain”, Arts of Asia, vol. 38

Lamb, Alastair

1961
“Miscellaneous Papers on Early Hindu and Buddhist Settlement in Northern Malaya and Southern Thailand”, in Federation Museums Journal (New Series) 6. (Available from https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/13201217)

Lammers, Cheng and Ridho, Abu

1974
Annamese Ceramics in the Museum Pusat Jakarta, Jakarta: Himpunan Ceramic Indonesia

Li Jianan

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1970
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1971
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1984
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1987

“Palembang et Sriwijaya: Anciennes Hypothèses, Recherches Nouvelles”, in Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient 76: 337–402
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1993

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Matussin Omar

1981
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1984

Southeast Asian Ceramics: Ceramic Art of the World, Vol. 16, Tokyo: Shogakukan

Miksic, John N.

You may download an extensive .pdf list of Dr. John Miksic’s publications here.

1977

“Ceramics of Muang Phan, Chiang Rai Province”, in Journal of the Siam Society 65, 2: 163–170 (reprinted in Thai Pottery and Ceramics, Collected Articles from the Journal of The Siam Society, Bangkok: The Siam Society, 1986: 305–312)
1979

Archaeology, Trade and Society in Northeast Sumatra, Ithaca: Cornell University, PhD Dissertation
1985

Archaeological Research on the ‘Forbidden Hill’ of Singapore: Excavations at Fort Canning, 1984, Singapore: National Museum
1994

“Recently Discovered Chinese Green Glazed Wares of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries in Singapore and Riau Islands”, in New Light on Chinese Yue and Longquan Wares: Archaeological Ceramics Found in Eastern and Southern Asia, AD 800–1400, Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong: 229–250
1999

“Eighteenth-Century Burmese Ceramics from Sumatra and Singapore”, in International Conference on Glazed Ceramics of South East Asia, Yangon/Bagan, Myanmar, 20–22 September
2000

“Chinese Ceramics and Local Cultural Statements in Fourteenth-Century Southeast Asia,” in Studies in Southeast Asian Art: Essays in Honor of Stanley J O’Connor, Ithaca: Cornell University, Southeast Asia Program: 194–216
2003a

“Thai Wares in the Islands of Riau Province”, in Charnvit Kasetsiri (ed.), Sangkhalok-Sukhothai-Ayutthaya and Asia, Samutprakan: Toyota Thailand Foundation/Bangkok: The Foundation for the Promotion of Social Science and Humanities Textbooks Project: 147–151
2003b

Earthenware in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Singapore University Press
2004

“14th-Century Singapore: A Port of Trade”, in John N Miksic and Cheryl-Ann Low Mei Gek, Early Singapore 1300s–1819: Evidence in Maps, Text and Artefacts, Singapore: Singapore History Museum: 41–54
2009

Southeast Asian Ceramics: New Light on Old Pottery, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

2010 The A to Z of Ancient Southeast Asia, Toronto: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2010

Miksic, John N., Nancy Beavan Athfield, K Rethy Chhem and David Kyle Latinis

ND
Fifteenth-Century Jar Burials in the Cardamom Mountains, Kingdom of Cambodia: Initial Analysis and Basis for Future Work, manuscript

Miksic, John N., Chhay Rachna, Heng Piphal, Chhay Visoth

2007
Archaeological Report Regarding the Assessment at the Thnal Mrech Kiln Site TMK 002, Anlong Thom, Phnom Kulen, Cambodia, unpublished report

Miksic, John N. and CT Yap

1990
“Fine-Bodied White Earthenwares of South East Asia: Some X- ray Fluorescence Tests”, in Asian Perspectives 28, 1: 45–60
1992

“Compositional Analysis of Pottery from Kota Cina, North Sumatra: Implications for Regional Trade During the 12th to 14th Centuries”, in Asian Perspectives 31, 1: 57–76

Miksic, John N. and Endang Soekatno (eds.)

1995
The Legacy of Majapahit, Singapore: National Heritage Board

Miksic, John N., Yap Choon Teck, Sam Fong Yau Li, and Kebao Wan

2000
“EDXRF Analyses of Some Yuan Dynasty Artifacts Excavated in Singapore”, in Keji Kaogu Luncong [Studies in Archaeometry] 2: 228–236

Miksic, John N. and Geok Yian Goh

2017
Ancient Southeast Asia, NY: Routledge

Mills, John Vivian Gottlieb (ed. & tr.)

1970
Ma Huan, Ying-yai Sheng-lan, Cambridge: Hakluyt Society

Morimoto Asako

2000
“On Southeast Asian Ceramics after the 16th Century, viewed from Findings in Japan”, in Naniek Harkantiningsih and Sugeng Riyanto (eds.), Proceedings: International Symposium for Japanese Ceramics of Archaeological Sites in South-East Asia: the Maritime Relationship on 17th Century, Jakarta: Pusat Arkeologi: 24–38
2006

“About the Recent Findings on Vietnamese Historical Ceramics: Some Historiographical Remarks”, in Shih Shou-chien et al (eds.), National Palace Museum Bulletin 38, January: 77–101

Morimoto Asako and Ohashi Koji

2002
“An Excavation and Investigation of Go Sanh Kilns Nos. 2 and 3 in Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam”, in Aoyagi Yoji and Gakuji Hasebe, Champa Ceramics Production and Trade. Excavation Report of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, Tokyo: The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kilns in Central Vietnam: 37–59

Mourer, R

1986
“La Poterie au Cambodge”, in Histoire et Développement. Essai d’Éthno-Technologie, 2 vols, PhD Dissertation, Paris: École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales.

Myo Thant Tyn

2002
“Tradition of Myanmar Glazed Ceramics and its Historical Status in Southeast Asia”, in Bulletin of Archaeology, The University of Kanazawa, 26: 20-26

Myo Thant Tyn and Dawn Rooney

2001
“Ancient Celadon in Myanmar: a New Ceramic Discovery”, in Orientations 32, 4: 57–61

Nakagawa, Takashi

2000
Report on the Conservation and Restoration Work of the Northern Library of the Bayon, Angkor Thom, Kingdom of Cambodia, Tokyo: Japan International Cooperation Centre

Nan, Kyi Kyi Khai

2007
“Classification of Myanmar Celadon Bowls, particularly centred on Collected Finds of Twante Kilns”, in Bulletin of Archaeology, The University of Kanazawa, 57: 19-29
2009

“The Study on Myanmar trade ware: Martaban Jar and white Dish”, in Bulletin of Archaeology, The University of Kanazawa, 30: 101-136

Naniek Harkantiningsih Wibisono

2002
Album of Ceramics from Singkawang: Transfer of Traditional Technology, Jakarta: Ministry of Culture and Tourism

NARA National Cultural Properties Research Institute, and APSARA Authority

2000
“Recent Research on Kiln Sites in the Angkor Area”, in Udaya 1: 217–234
2001

“Investigation of the Tani Kiln Site: Geophysical Prospections, Excavations and Site Presentation Proposal”, in Udaya 2: 133–140

Nguyen Dinh Chien

1999
Handbook of Vietnamese Ceramics with Inscriptions from the Fifteenth to Nineteenth Centuries, Hanoi: National Museum of Vietnamese History

Nguyen-Long, Kerry

1995
“Bat Trang and the Ceramic Trade in Southeast Asian Archipelagos”, in Phan Huy Lê, Nguyen Chién and Nguyen Quang Ngoc (eds.), Bat Trang Ceramics 14th-19th Centuries, Hanoi: The Gioi: 87–90

1999

“Vietnamese Ceramic Trade to the Philippines in the Seventeenth Century”, in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 30, 1: 1–21

Nie D

1997
“Chinese Merchants and their Maritime Activities under the Ban on Maritime Trade in the Ming Dynasty (1368–1567)”, in Ming Qing Yanjiu: 69–92

Nurhadi Rangkuti and Mindra Faizaliskandiar

1988
Naga Singkawang: Tradisi Pembuatan Keramik Kuno Yang Tersisa di Indonesia, Jakarta: Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Indonesia and Himpunan Keramik Indonesia

Oriental Ceramic Society of the Philippines

1993
Chinese and South-East Asian White Ware Found in the Philippines, Singapore: Oxford University Press

van Orsoy de Flines, EW

1941–1947
“Onderzoek Naar en van Keramische Scherven in de Bodem in Noordelijk Midden-Java, 1940–42”, in Oudheidkundige Verslag, Bijlage A: 66–84
1949

Gids voor de Keramische Verzameling, Jakarta: Museum Pusat

Pengiran Dr Karim bin Pengiran Haji Osman

2015

The Brunei Shipwreck: A catalogue of some selected artefacts and Brunei’s ancient trade products, Brunei: Brunei Museums, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports

Perret, Daniel and Sugeng Riyanto

1998
“Les Poteries Proche-Orientales Engobées à Décor Incisé et Jaspé de Lobu Tua. Étude Préliminaire”, in C Guillot (ed.), Histoire de Barus: Le Site de Lobu Tua. I. Études et Documents, Paris: Cahiers d’Archipel 30: 169–188

Phan Huy Lê, Nguyen Chién and Nguyen Quang Ngoc (eds.)

1995
Bat Trang Ceramics 14th-19th Centuries, Hanoi: The Gioi

Pickford, N and M Hatcher

2000
The Legacy of the Tek Sing, Granta Editions, UK

Pierson, Stacey

2013
From Object to Concept: Global Consumption and the Transformation of Ming Porcelain, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press

Pisit Charoenwongsa and Sayan Prisanchit (eds.)

1990
Underwater Archaeology in Thailand II, Ceramics from the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok: Samaphan Publishing Company

Pope, Alexander

1956

Chinese Porcelains from the Ardebil Shrine, Washington, D.C.: The Freer Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Ricklefs, Merle Calvin

1993
A history of modern Indonesia since c. 1300 (2nd ed.), California: Stanford University Press

Rinaldi, Maura

1989
Kraak Porcelain. A Moment in the History of Trade, London: Bamboo Publishing

Robinson, Natalie V

1982
Sino-Thai Ceramics, Bangkok: The Department of Fine Arts

Rockhill, WW

1914
“Notes on the Relations and Trade of China with the Eastern Archipelago and the Coast of the Indian Ocean During the Fourteenth Century”, in T’oung Pao 15: Part 1, 419–447; Part 2, 61–159, 236– 271, 374–392, 435–467, 604–626

Rooney, Dawn

1981
“Uses of Khmer Ceramics”, in Khmer Ceramics: 9th-14th Century, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society: 51–55
1984

Khmer Ceramics, Singapore: Oxford University Press
1990

“Introduction”, in Hiroshi Fujiwara, Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection, Singapore: Oxford University Press: 1–18
1997

“Introduction”, in Hiromu Honda and Noriki Shimazu, The Beauty of Fired Clay: Ceramics from Burma, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press: 1–5
2010

Khmer Ceramics: Beauty and Meaning,Bangkok: River Books
2013

Ceramics of Seduction: Glazed Wares from South East Asia, Bangkok: River Books
2018

Bencharong: Chinese Porcelain for Siam; Discover Thai Art,Bangkok: River Books

Sabapathy, TK (ed.)

2002
Past, Present, and Beyond: Re-nascence of an Art Collection, Singapore: NUS Museum

Sakai Takashi

2000
“Sites in Southeast Asia that Yielded Japanese Hizen Ceramics”, in Naniek Harkantiningsih and Sugeng Riyanto (eds.), Proceedings: International Symposium for Japanese Ceramics of Archaeological Sites in South-East Asia: the Maritime Relationship on 17th Century, Jakarta: Pusat Arkeologi: 39–52

Sakai Takashi et al.

2007
Excavation Research Report of Tirtayasa Site, Banten, & Wolio Castle Ruins, Buton, Gunma: NPO Association of Asian Cultural Properties Cooperation

Sato, Sukekuro

1990
“Foreword”, in Hiroshi Fujiwara, Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection, Singapore: Oxford University Press

Shah Alam and Andrew Cowan

2006
An Archaeological Survey of the Lower Batang Hari Basin, June–July 2005: A Preliminary Report, unpublished report submitted to the Asia Research Institute, NUS

Shaw, John C. and Pat Shaw

1987
Introducing Thai Ceramics, Also Burmese and Khmer, Chiangmai: Duangphorn Kemasingki
1989

Northern Thai Ceramics, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, Second Revised Edition

Sheaf, C and R Kilburn

1988
The Hatcher Porcelain Cargoes: The Complete Record, London: Phaeton

Shih Choon Fong

2002
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Shimizu, Naho

2000
“Preliminary Report on Ceramics Recovered from the Northern ‘Library’ of the Bayon Complex, Angkor Thom”, in Udaya 1: 201–216

Sjóstrand, Sten

2009
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Sjóstrand, Sten, and Sharipah Lok Lok bt Syed Idrus

2008
The Wanli Shipwreck and its Ceramic Cargo, Kuala Lumpur: Department of Museums Malaysia

So, Billy KL

2000
Prosperity, Region, and Institutions in Maritime China: The South Fukien Pattern, 946–1368, Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard University Asia Center

Sok Keosovannara

2003
Ceramics from Sarsei Kilns (in Khmer), BA Thesis, Department of Archaeology, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh

Solheim II, WG

2003
“Southeast Asian Earthenware Pottery and its Spread”, in JN Miksic (ed.), Earthenware in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Singapore University Press: 1–21

Solheim II, WG and E Green

1965
“Johore Lama Excavations, 1960”, in Federation Museums Journal X

Sonny Wibisono

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Situs Gosari Ujung Pangkah, Gresik, Jawa Timur, unpublished report on file with Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Arkeologi Nasional, Jakarta
Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (Singapore)

Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (West Malaysian Chapter)

1985
A Ceramic Legacy of Asia’s Maritime Trade: Song Dynasty Guangdong Wares and Other 11th to 19th Century Trade Ceramics Found on Tioman Island, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press

Spinks, Charles Nelson

1965
The Ceramic Wares of Siam, Bangkok: Siam Society (Second Revised Edition 1971; Third Revised Edition 1978)
1976

“A Reassessment of the Annamese Wares”, in Journal of the Siam Society 64, 1: 41–52

Srisuchat, A

2003
“Earthenware from Archaeological Sites in Southern Thailand: the First Century BC to the Twelfth Century AD”, in JN Miksic (ed.), Earthenware in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Singapore University Press: 249–261

Stevenson, John and John Guy (eds.)

1997
Vietnamese Ceramics: A Separate Tradition, Art Media Resources with Avery Press

Stock, Diana (ed.)

1981
Khmer Ceramics 9th-14th Century, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

Sullivan, Michael

1957
“Kendi”, in Archives of the Chinese Art Society of America 12: 40–58

Swearer, Donald, and Sommai Premchit

1998
The Legend of Queen Cama: Bodhiramsi’s Camadevivamsa, Albany: State University of New York Press

Takenori Nogami

2006
“On Hizen Porcelain and the Manila–Acapulco Galleon Trade”, in Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin 26: 124-130
2008

“Hizen Porcelain Exported to Asia, Africa and America” in Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), The East Asian Mediterranean: Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce and Human Migration, East Asian Maritime History vol. 6, Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz Verlag: 203-218

Tan, Rita (ed.)

2007
Zhangzhou Ware Found in the Philippines, [Manila]: Yuchengco Museum, Oriental Ceramic Society of the Philippines

2017

Fujian Ware Found in the Philippines: Song-Yuan Period, 11th-14th Century, Makati City: The Oriental Ceramic Society of the Philippineaa

Tang Bá Hoành

1993
Gõm Chu Ðâu, Hai Dong: Museum of Hai Dong Province

Taylor, Keith W

1982
“A Brief Summary of Vietnamese History”, in Young, Dupoizat and Lane (eds.), Vietnamese Ceramics, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society: 14–23

Than Tun et al

2003
Ceramic Traditions in Myanmar, Yangon: SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition

Thaw Kaung

2003
“Lagunbyee Old Town and the Discovery of the First Ceramic Kiln”, in Than Tun et al, Ceramic Traditions in Myanmar, Yangon: SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition: 116–134

Tian Zhu Zhong

2004
Blue and White Procelain [sic] and Underglaze Red in the Yuan Dynasty, Beijing: She Hui Ke Zue Wen Xian Chu Van She/Social Science Documentation Publishing House

Tim Peneliti

1992
Laporan Penelitian Sumatra Barat Tahap II di Situs Padang Rocok, Desa Sungailangsat-Siluluk, Kecamatan Perwakilan Pulaupanjang Kabupaten Sawahlunto-Sijunjung, Sumatra Barat, Jakarta: Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi

Tuti Munawar, Abu Ridho, Suwati Kartiwa, Nuriah, Djani Abdulkarim, Asrul Basri, Suhardini, Suharti Rukmono, Sutrisno, Wahyono Martowikrido, Jumsari Jusuf and Intan Mardiana

1985/86
Koleksi Museum Nasional Volume III, Jakarta: Proyek Pengembangan Museum Nasional Jakarta

Ueda, Kaoru, Miksic, John N., Wibisono, S. et. al.

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“Trade and Consumption of Fine Paste Ware in Southeast Asia: Petrographic and Portable X-ray Fluorescence Analyses of Ninth-toFourteenth century Earthenware:

Volker, Tijs

1971
Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company, Leiden: EJ Brill, reprint of 1954 edition

Wahyono Martowikrido, Nuriah, Asrul Basri, Tuniah Banowati M, Djani Abdulkarim, Suhardini, Suharti Rukmono, Sutrisno and Abu Ridho

1984
Koleksi Pilihan Museum Nasional/Selected Collection of the National Museum, Vol. 2, Jakarta: Proyek Pengembangan Museum Nasional

Walker, MJ and Santoso S

1977
“Romano-Indian Rouletted Pottery in Indonesia”, in Mankind 11: 39–45

Wang Gungwu

2019

Global History and Migrations, London: Routledge

For a listing of Professor Wang Gungwu’s extensive publications on Chinese and Southeast Asian history and politics, readers are referred to the NUS Department of History, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences dedicated page

Welch, Patricia Bjaaland

2008
Chinese Art: A Guide to Motifs and Visual Imagery, Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle
2019

A History of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (1969-2019), Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

Wheatley, Paul

1960
The Golden Khersonese, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press

Wilder, William D

2003
Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial and Reburial Practices in Borneo, Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council

Willetts, William

1958
Chinese Art, Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 2 vols
1971

Ceramic Art of Southeast Asia: Introduction and Descriptive Notes, The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, First Inaugural Exhibition, Singapore: The Art Museum, The University of Singapore

Willetts, William and Lim Suan Poh

1981
Nonya Ware and Kitchen Ch’ing Ceremonial and Domestic Pottery of the 19th-20th Centuries Commonly Found in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, Southeast Asia Ceramic Society, West Malaysia Chapter

Writing Group Reporting on the Excavation of a Sung Dynasty Seagoing Vessel at Ch’üan-chou Bay (transl. by Douglas Merwin)

1977
“A Brief Report on the Excavation of a Sung Dynasty Seagoing Vessel at Ch’üan-Chou Bay”, in Chinese Sociology and Anthropology 9, 3: 6–53

Yamamoto Nobuo

2002
“Ceramic Production and Trade in Central Vietnam Based on Excavations of the Go Sanh Kilns”, in Aoyagi Yoji and Gakuji Hasebe, Champa Ceramics Production and Trade. Excavation Report of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, Tokyo: The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kilns in Central Vietnam: 19–36

Yang Shaoxiang

1985
“A Brief Account of Ceramic Exports from Guangdong During the Tang and Song Dynasties”, in Ceramic Finds from Tang and Song Kilns in Guangdong, Hong Kong: Fu Ping Shan Museum, University of Hong Kong: 22–31

Young, CM, Marie-France Dupoizat and EW Lane (eds.)

1982
Vietnamese Ceramics, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society/Oxford University Press

Yukitsugu, Tabata and Chhay Visoth

2007
“Preliminary Report of the Excavation of the Anlong Thom Kiln Site, Cambodia”, in Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology 27: 63–69

Yutaka Hatakeyama (ed.)

1990
The Pottery and Porcelain of the Indochinese Peninsula, Machida City: Machida City Museum

Zhou Daguan (transl. from French by Michael Smithies)

2001
The Customs of Cambodia, Bangkok: The Siam Society

Zhou Li Xun

2006
“Wo zai yin ni shou gang Yuan qing hua” (“I Collect Yuan Blue and White in Indonesia”), in Wenwu Tien Di 1: 76–83