Posts tagged with ‘marine archaeology’

  • A Sad Announcement

    SEACS is saddened to hear of the death of one of Southeast Asia’s best-known marine archaeologists, Sten Sjóstrand on...

  • 25 September 2015 – Ceramics of the Sea — Four Shipwrecked Cargoes

    In this lecture, Colin Sheaf, Chairman of Bonham’s Asia will explore the discoveries of four Chinese porcelain cargoes that...

  • Jewel of Muscat to get new home in Singapore

      From the Oman Tribune: A spokesman of the museum said: “The museum is scheduled to be opened in...

  • The Wanli Shipwreck and its Ceramic Cargo

    Upon publication in 2007, Sten Sjøstrand made a gift to the Society of his book, The Wanli Shipwreck and its...

  • Exhibition of Tang Treasures at Goodwood Park Hotel

      Aside from the ACM Singapore, the Tang Treasures can also be viewed at Goodwood Park Hotel, at an...

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  • A Maritime History of the Ancient Champa Kingdom

      About the talk

 Champa kingdom is largely known as a typical maritime polity in pre-modern Southeast Asia. Thanks...

  • Discovering the mystery & beauty of Changsha Ware

      Programme: 1 For the first 20 minutes, our experts will give a talk on Changsha ware with illustrations. 

  • Potsherds, Texts, & Singapore’s Role in Southeast Asian Maritime Culture

      Introduction Temasek, renamed Singapore by Sri Tri Buana according to the Sululatus’ Sulatin (Malay Annals/Sejarah Melayu/SM), was an ancient pirate...