Dr. SAKAI Takashi shared his research into the glazed ceramic shards f [...]
Ceramic Assemblages from Shipwrecks in Southeast Asia from the last half of the 18th to the early 20th centuries.pbjwelch2022-04-05T10:30:15+08:00
This talk, to be presented by Khun Atthasit Sukkham of the Southeast A [...]
SEACS shares with you a hard-to-find essay by Dr. John N. Miksic on the B&W shards found in Trowulan, Indonesia. What relationship might they have with the B&W Yuan Dynasty shards found on the Temasek Wreck?
How did three British-made plates come to be found by divers in the Musi River?....
A collection amassed while living in Southeast Asia, primarily in Indonesia, is carefully studied and catalogued years later using a wide variety of resources. Read more here....
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From Majapahit to Bali: Genealogies of Indonesian Culture with Adrian [...]