The Malay Peninsula: Crossroads of the Maritime Silk-Road (100 Bc-1300 Ad)

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This book attempts to evaluate the role of the Malay Peninsula as a crossroads in the great wave of commercial relationships along the maritime Silk Road from the first centuries of the Christian era to the 14th century. Through these exchanges, representatives of all the civilizations of Asia entered into contact along its shores. They left in this place a part of themselves, as can be seen in the great stylistic diversity of the religious and commercial artefacts which have been found in the area. These artefacts have been analysed and categorized afresh in the light of more precise information provided in Chinese texts concerning the nature of the political entities developing at the time: often dynamic city states or more modest chiefdoms.
 

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B The Great Relief Zones
8
The Climate
17
OBSTACLE
23
B THE MALAY PENINSULA AS OBSTACLE
30
THE PENINSULA AS SOURCE OF CONTACTS AND PROFITS
61
CONTACTS BETWEEN THE INDIAN
73
CONTACTS BETWEEN INDIA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA IN
80
THE FIRST ACCOUNTS OF INDIANIZATION
95
B MAHAYANAIMAGES
149
VOTIVE TABLETS
155
FROM THE 5 TO THE END
161
REMAINS FROM
191
B The Possible Geography and Economy of South
197
CHITU
229
Literary
240
Towards a Reappraisal of SrIvijayas Hold over
248

HISTORY AND BRAHMANICAL RELIGIOUS REMAINS
107
B BRAHMANICAL RELIGIOUS REMAINS
116
Visnu images similar to the Chaiya Visnu
118
The Satingpra Visnu
120
TheKhaoSi Vichai Visnu
121
Bases of statues of Visnu
122
The Wat Chom Thong Sichon Visnu
123
The TakuaPa Visnu
124
The Wat Phra Phikanet head of Visnu
127
Lingas
128
Ablution Basins and Pedestals
131
Ganesa
133
Brahmanical Architectural Remains
134
BUDDHIST RELIGIOUS REMAINS
143
The Sichon head of Buddha
144
Statue of Buddha
145
Statue of seated Buddha from Wat Phra Barommathat Chaiya
146
Statues of Buddha in the Dvaravati style
147
Wheels of the Law
148
THE TURN OF THE 9 CENTURY IN
257
B THE ENTREPOT PORTS OF THE 9 CENTURY
280
THE TURN OF THE 9 CENTURY IN
301
B SCULPTURAL REMAINS
311
The Southern part of Panpan
318
Langkasuka
326
Two caves in Perils Malaysia
332
THE SITUATION IN THE MALAY
339
B Archaeological Remains that Bear Witness to
361
THE COMMERCIAL BOOM IN THE MALAY
391
Other Regions of Southeast Asia
397
TAMBRALINGA FROM THE END OF THE 12 TO
421
THE COMMERCIAL BOOM IN THE MALAY
443
B THE ARCHITECTURAL REMAINS
457
Archaeological Discoveries
472
CONCLUSION
489
BIBLIOGRAPHY
497
INDEX
585
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Michel Jacq-Hergoualc h, Ph.D. in the History of Art and Archaeology, Sorbonne University, is Director of Research, CNRS in Paris.