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Web Exhibition

This exhibition was prepared by Prof Robin Coningham, Prof Prishanta Gunawardhana, Dr Mark Manuel and Dr Christopher Davis on behalf of the Anuradhapura (Sri Lanka) Project and the Upper Malwatu Oya Exploration Project.

This fieldwork and project was generously supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

The support of the following individuals was greatly appreciated: Dr Senerath Dissanayake, Dr Siran Deraniyagala, Prof M. Jayantha S. Wijeyaratne, Prof Y.M Sunanda Madduma Bandara and Anura Manatunga.

We should also like to express our thanks to Prof Gamini Adikari, Dr Ruth Young, Prof Ian Simpson, Mr Mangala Katugampola, Dr Armin Schmidt, Prof K. Krishnan, Dr Cathy Batt, Prof Carl Heron, Dr Gerry McDonnell, Dr Paul Adderley, Dr Ben Stern, Dr Keir Strickland, Mr Harendralal Namalgamuwa, Ms Melathi Saladin, Ms Nilanthi Bandara, and the many staff and students from the Universities of Durham, Kelaniya, Bradford, Leicester, Stirling, Rajarata, MSU Baroda and Bristol for their help in the field.

1. Introduction

2. Location

3. Excavations at ASW2

4. Field Survey in the Hinterland

5. Site Evaluation

6. Ceramic Scatters

7. Monastic Sites

8. Terracotta Sites

9. Geoarchaeological Investigations

10. Conclusion: Buddhist Temporalities