1819 & Before Singapore's Pasts
The essays published here began as a series of lectures commemorating the bicentennial of Thomas Stamford Raffles's establishment of a British Station in 1819. The essays draw on thirty-five years of archaeological investigations on and around Fort Canning, new readings of the Malay Annals, ear...
ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute,
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- 6. Avoidance of Shipwreck in the Malay Annals: A Trope in Buddhist Narratives of Maritime Crossings by Andrea Acri
- 7. The Inception of Lion City by Iain Sinclair
- 8. A Note on Amoghapāśa-Lokeśvara in Singapura by Kwa Chong Guan
- 9. Portuguese and Dutch Records for Singapore before 1819: An Overview by Peter Borschberg
- 10. Zheng He's Navigation Methods andH is Visit to Longyamen, Singapore by Tai Yew Seng
- Foreword by Terence Chong
- 1. Introduction: Approaches to Singapore's Past before 1819 by Kwa Chong Guan
- 2. Issues and Approaches to Studying Singapore before 1819 by John N. Miksic
- 3. Regional Influences, International Geopolitics and Environmental Factors in the Rise and Demise of Temasek by Derek Heng
- 4. The Mysterious Malay Jong and Other Temasek Shipping by Michael Flecker
- 5. The Orang Laut and the Negara Selat (Realm of the Straits) by Leonard Y. Andaya