海のシルクロード-マレー半島の歴史<br>The Malay Peninsula : Crossroads of the Maritime Silk-Road (100 Bc-1300 Ad) (Handbook of Oriental Studies/handbuch Der Orientalistik)

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海のシルクロード-マレー半島の歴史
The Malay Peninsula : Crossroads of the Maritime Silk-Road (100 Bc-1300 Ad) (Handbook of Oriental Studies/handbuch Der Orientalistik)

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Translated by Victoria Hobson.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   xix
List of Documents xxi
List of Figures xxiii
List of Abbreviations xxxvii
Introduction 1 (2)
The Impact of Geology, Relief and Climate On 3 (20)
the Historic Destiny of the Malay Peninsula
Geological History 4 (4)
The Position of the Malay Peninsula in 4 (1)
Relation to the Continent of Asia
The Sunda Platform: The Geological 5 (1)
History of the Malay Peninsula
The Rocks and Soils of the Malay Peninsula 6 (2)
The Great Relief Zones 8 (9)
The Mountain Ranges 8 (1)
The Tenasserim Range 8 (1)
The Nakhon Si Thammarat Range 9 (1)
The Kedah-Singgora Range 10 (1)
The Bintang Range 11 (1)
The Kledang Range 12 (1)
The Main Range 12 (1)
The Mount Benom Range 13 (1)
The Tahan Range 13 (1)
The Eastern Range 13 (1)
The Plains 14 (1)
The Rivers 15 (2)
The Climate 17 (6)
The System of the Monsoons 18 (1)
A Breakdown of the System of the Monsoon 19 (2)
Winds and Ocean Currents
Other Features of the Climate 21 (2)
The Malay Peninsula: Obstacle Or Source of 23 (50)
Contacts and Profit Among the Asian
Civilizations?
The Peoples of the Malay Peninsula 23 (7)
The Malay Peninsula As Obstacle 30 (31)
The Transpeninsula Routes 30 (4)
Various accounts concerning the real 34 (7)
possibility of the use of transpeninsular
routes
How were the transpeninsular routes used? 41 (3)
What were these possible routes across 44 (6)
the isthmus?
Circumpeninsular Navigation 50 (7)
The Merchant Ships of the Southern Seas 57 (4)
The Peninsula As Source of Contacts and 61 (12)
Profits
Landing Places 61 (3)
``The Strange and the Precious'' 64 (1)
Mineral Resources 65 (1)
Gold 66 (1)
Tin 66 (7)
Contacts Between the Indian Subcontinent and 73 (22)
the Malay Peninsula Before Indianization
New Definitions Of Indianization 74 (1)
Inter-Regional Contacts In Southeast Asia 74 (6)
In the Early Period
Contacts Between India and Southeast Asia 80 (15)
In the Early Period
Ban Don Ta Phet 80 (2)
Khao Sam Keo 82 (2)
Khuan Luk Pat 84 (5)
Kuala Selinsing 89 (6)
The First Accounts of Indianization In the 95 (12)
Malay Peninsula: From the First Centuries of
the Era to the End of the 4th Century
Panpan, From the 5th to the 8th Century: 107 (36)
History and Brahmanical Religious Remains
Historic References to Panpan In the Asian 107 (9)
Context
Brahmanical Religious Remains 116 (27)
Images of Visnu 116 (1)
The Chaiya Visnu 116 (2)
Visnu images similar to the Chaiya Visnu 118 (2)
The Satingpra Visnu 120 (1)
Two Wiang Sa statues of Visnu 120 (1)
The Khao Si Vichai Visnu 121 (1)
Bases of statues of Visnu 122 (1)
Two Khao Si Vichai images of Visnu from 122 (1)
Group B
The Wat Chom Thong (Sichon) Visnu 123 (1)
The Wat Phra Narai (Tha Sala) Visnu 123 (1)
Other vestiges from Group C 123 (1)
The Takua Pa Visnu 124 (3)
The Wat Phra Phikanet head of Visnu 127 (1)
Lingas 128 (3)
Ablution Basins and Pedestals 131 (2)
Ganesa 133 (1)
Brahmanical Architectural Remains 134 (9)
Panpan, From the 5th to the 8th Century: 143 (18)
Buddhist Religious Remains
Images of Traditional Buddhism 143 (6)
The Wiang Sa Buddha 143 (1)
The Sichon head of Buddha 144 (1)
Statue of Buddha 145 (1)
Bronze head and torso of Buddha 145 (1)
Bronze statuette of Buddha from Wat Chom 145 (1)
Thong (Sichon)
Statue of seated Buddha from Wat Phra 146 (1)
Barommathat (Chaiya)
Stone statuette of Buddha from Satingpra 146 (1)
Statues of Buddha in the Dvaravati style 147 (1)
Wheels of the Law 148 (1)
Mahayana Images 149 (6)
Stone statue of Avalokitesvara from Chaiya 149 (1)
Bronze Avalokitesvara from Khuan Saranrom 150 (1)
Stone head from Khao Nam Ron (Chaiya) 151 (1)
Stone statue of Avalokitesvara 152 (1)
Stone statue of Avalokitesvara from Wat 153 (1)
Phra Barommathat (Chaiya)
Fragment of a statue from Khao Si Vichai 154 (1)
(Phunphin)
Votive Tablets 155 (3)
Votive Stupas 158 (3)
Langkasuka: From the 5th to the End of the 161 (32)
8th Century
Langkasuka In the Ancient Texts 161 (5)
On the Site of Langkasuka: Remains Linked 166 (25)
to Religious Rites
The Site of the Ancient City 166 (2)
A Possible Geography of Langkasuka in the 168 (3)
Early Period
Archaeological Remains Linked to 171 (1)
Religious Rites
Architecture 171 (4)
Objects of Buddhist Devotion 175 (1)
The votive stupas 175 (4)
The votive tablets 179 (4)
Sculpture 183 (1)
Buddhist works 184 (3)
Brahmanical works 187 (1)
Artistic Influences On Langkasuka 188 (3)
On the Site of Langkasuka: Remains From 191 (2)
Commercial Activity
Jiecha (South Kedah): From the 5th to the End 193 (40)
of the 8th Century. Chitu: At the Beginning
of the 7th Century
Jiecha (South Kedah) 193 (1)
South Kedah In the Early Texts 193 (4)
The Possible Geography and Economy of South 197 (5)
Kedah In the Early Period
The Coastal Landscape of South Kedah in 197 (1)
the Early Period
Agricultural Activity in South Kedah in 198 (1)
the Early Period
The Consequences of Agricultural Activity 199 (1)
on the Morphology of the Landscape of
South Kedah
An Estimate of the Population of South 200 (2)
Kedah in the Early Period
The First Archaelogical Vestiges of South 202 (31)
Kedah
Architectural Remains 203 (4)
The Inscriptions 207 (1)
Engraved stone from site NB2 (1w) 207 (2)
Inscribed tablet from site SB2 (2w) 209 (1)
Deposit Reliquary of site SB 14 (10w) 210 (3)
The Cherok Tokun inscription 213 (1)
The Mahanavika Buddhagupta inscription 214 (2)
The Kampong Sungai Mas inscription 216 (3)
The Bukit Meriam inscription 219 (4)
Other Archaeological Objects 223 (1)
Statuette of Buddha from site SB 3 (16Aw) 223 (2)
Head of Buddha 225 (1)
The Kampong Sungai Mas pedestal 226 (1)
Top of a bronze reliquary 226 (1)
The Ipoh Buddha 227 (1)
The Tanjung Ramboutan (Perak) statuette 227 (1)
of Buddha
Presentation bowl 228 (1)
Chitu 229 (4)
Srivijaya and the Malay Peninsula: From the 233 (24)
End of the 7th to the 8th Century
Srivijaya: Myth Or Reality? 233 (7)
Srivijaya's Hold Over the Peninsula: 240 (8)
Literary and Epigraphical Indications (7th
to 8th Centuries)
In South Kedah (Jiecha) 240 (1)
In Panpan 241 (6)
In Langkasuka 247 (1)
Towards A Reappraisal of Srivijaya's Hold 248 (9)
Over the Malay Peninsula
The Turn of the 9th Century In the Malay 257 (44)
Peninsula: The Asian Political Context and
the Entrepot Ports
The Political Context of Asia In the 9th 258 (22)
Century
The Middle East 258 (4)
Central Asia 262 (2)
China 264 (3)
Campa 267 (3)
Srivijaya 270 (1)
The Palas 270 (2)
South India 272 (3)
Sri Lanka 275 (5)
The Entrepot Ports of the 9th Century 280 (21)
Laem Pho 280 (1)
Discovery, location, excavation 280 (1)
Archaeological discoveries 281 (2)
Yarang 283 (1)
Ko Kho Khao 284 (1)
Discovery and location 284 (1)
Archaeological discoveries 285 (9)
Kampong Sungai Mas 294 (1)
Discovery and location 294 (2)
Excavation 296 (1)
Archaeological discoveries 296 (5)
The Turn of the 9th Century In the Malay 301 (38)
Peninsula: Religious Remains
Architectural Remains 301 (10)
The East Coast of the Peninsula 301 (1)
Panpan 301 (1)
Wat Keo 302 (3)
Wat Long 305 (1)
Wat Phra Barommathat 305 (2)
Other architectural vestiges 307 (1)
Other hills 307 (1)
Hills of Phunphin 307 (1)
Monuments from the southern limits of 308 (1)
Panpan
Langkasuka 308 (1)
The West Coast of the Peninsula 308 (1)
Ko Kho Khao-Takua Pa 308 (2)
South Kedah 310 (1)
Sculptural Remains 311 (28)
Remains on the East Coast 311 (1)
Panpan 311 (1)
Avalokitesvara from Wat Phra Barommathat 311 (1)
Another Avalokitesvara from Wat Phra 312 (1)
Barommathat
Small Mahayana Buddhist bronzes 313 (1)
Avalokitesvara from Phunphin 314 (1)
Buddha from Tham Khuha Sawan 315 (1)
Votive tablets 316 (2)
The Southern part of Panpan 318 (1)
Votive tablets 319 (1)
Head of Buddha from Wat Khanaram (Na San) 319 (1)
Avalokitesvara from Na San 319 (2)
Avalokitesvara from Nong Hoi 321 (1)
Two other two-armed Avalokitesvaras 321 (1)
Bronze images from the vicinity of 322 (1)
Satingpra
Gilt bronze image of Buddha from Satingpra 323 (1)
Ganesa from Na San 324 (1)
Agastya from Satingpra 324 (1)
Siva from Nong Hoi 325 (1)
Langkasuka 326 (1)
Buddha from Wat Khuhaphimuk (yala) 326 (1)
Bronze votive stupa from Wat Khuhaphimuk 326 (1)
Avalokitesvara from Betong 327 (1)
Votive tablets 327 (1)
Votive stupas 328 (1)
Remains on the West Coast 328 (1)
The region of Takua Pa 328 (1)
The Phra Narai group of statues 328 (3)
Ganesa from Ko Kho Khao 331 (1)
Somaskanda from Ko Kho Khao 331 (1)
Bronze statuette of Buddha from Ko Kho 331 (1)
Khao
Votive tablets 331 (1)
The caves of the Trang Region 331 (1)
Two caves in Perlis (Malaysia) 332 (1)
The cave of Gua Berhala in Kelantan 332 (1)
(Malaysia)
South Kedah 332 (1)
Perak 333 (1)
Avalokitesvara from Bidor 333 (1)
Small bronze throne 334 (1)
Two lost bronze images 334 (1)
Stone votive stupa 335 (1)
Agastya from Jalong 335 (1)
Vicinity of Pulau Ketam near Klang 335 (1)
(Selangor, Malaysia)
Bronze Avalokitesvara 336 (3)
The Situation In the Malay Peninsula In the 339 (52)
10th and 11th Centuries: The Appearance of
Tambralinga
The Politico-Commercial Asian Context In 340 (21)
the 10th and 11th Centuries:
China 340 (2)
The Middle East 342 (3)
South India, Srivijaya and Java 345 (3)
Tambralinga Seen through the Texts 348 (1)
Chronicles written in Pali 348 (3)
The Chinese texts 351 (4)
The Colas in the Malay Peninsula 355 (3)
Burma in the Malay Peninsula 358 (3)
Archaeological Remains That Bear Witness to 361 (30)
the 10th and 11th Centuries In the Malay
Peninsula
Theories Concerning Commercial Activities 361 (1)
in this Period
East coast 361 (2)
West coast 363 (1)
The Vicinity of Mergui-Tenassarim 364 (2)
Architectural Remains 366 (1)
In the Chaiya region 366 (1)
In Langkasuka 367 (1)
In South Kedah 367 (4)
Sculptural Remains 371 (1)
Buddha from Wat Keo 371 (2)
Bronze statuettes of Buddha 373 (2)
Works in the Dvaravati style 375 (5)
Visnu in the Khmer Khleang style 380 (1)
Eleven-headed Avalokitesvara from 381 (1)
Satingpra
Cola images 382 (4)
Votive tablets 386 (5)
The Commercial Boom In the Malay Peninsula In 391 (52)
the 12th and 13th Centuries: In Tambralinga
The Asian Political Context In the 12th and 392 (7)
13th Centuries
China 392 (3)
The Middle East 395 (1)
India 395 (1)
Insulinde (The East Indies) 396 (1)
Other Regions of Southeast Asia 397 (1)
Burma 397 (1)
Cambodia 397 (2)
Tambralinga In the 12th Century 399 (22)
Historical Facts Related to the 12th 399 (3)
Century
Archaeological and Topological Facts 402 (1)
Related to the 12th Century
Khmer statuettes in bronze 402 (1)
A Bronze statuette of Prajnaparamita 402 (1)
Another bronze statuette of Prajnaparamita 403 (1)
Ganesa 403 (1)
Hevajra 404 (1)
Bronze ornaments 404 (1)
Bronze Buddha from Wat Nangtra 404 (2)
Votive tablets 406 (1)
Khmer ceramics 407 (1)
Chinese ceramics 408 (1)
The Topological evolution of the east 408 (1)
coast
Tha Rua 409 (2)
Ban Thai Samphao and Wat Rang 411 (1)
Satingpra 411 (4)
Other sites with Chinese ceramics on the 415 (2)
east coast
Pulau Tioman 417 (1)
Sites with Chinese ceramics on the west 418 (1)
coast
The local ceramics of the kilns of Kok Moh 418 (2)
Middle Eastern ceramics and glass 420 (1)
Tambralinga From the End of the 12th to the 421 (22)
Beginning of the 13th Century
Historical Facts 421 (8)
The Archaeological Facts 429 (1)
Stupa from Wat Phra Borommathat 429 (2)
An Inscription from Nakhon Si Thammarat 431 (1)
Stone brackets from Tha Rua 431 (1)
Stones from Mok Lan 432 (1)
The Nakhon Si Thammarat school of 433 (3)
sculpture
The Chaiya school of sculpture 436 (1)
The Buddha of Grahi 436 (3)
The head of Buddha from Wat Phra 439 (2)
Barommathat (Chaiya)
Stuccoed ornaments from Tham Khuha Sawan 441 (2)
The Commercial Boom In the Malay Peninsula In 443 (46)
the 12th and 13th Centuries: In Jiecha (South
Kedah)
The Entrepots Port Sites 443 (14)
Kampong Pengkalan Bujang 444 (1)
Discovery and location 444 (1)
Excavation 444 (2)
Archaeological finds 446 (1)
Ceramics 446 (2)
Glass 448 (1)
Beads 449 (1)
Miscellaneous objects 449 (1)
Observations 449 (2)
Kampong Simpor Tambang 451 (1)
Discovery and location 451 (1)
Archaeological discoveries 452 (1)
Observations 453 (1)
Kampong Sireh 453 (1)
Discovery and location 453 (1)
Archaeological discoveries 454 (1)
Observations 455 (1)
Evaluation of the Topographical Evolution 455 (2)
of the Region from the 12th to the 14th
Century
The Architectural Remains 457 (15)
Brahmanical Architectural Remains 457 (11)
Unidentified or Unexcavated Remains 468 (4)
Archaeological Discoveries 472 (17)
The Inscriptions 472 (1)
Sculptures 473 (2)
Imported Ceramics 475 (3)
Middle Eastern Glassware 478 (5)
Beads 483 (6)
Conclusion 489 (8)
Bibliography 497 (82)
Chronology 579 (6)
Index 585 (24)
Documents 609 (46)
Figures 655