Chinese vessel

Image title: Chinese vessel

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English text:

Chinese vessel — Celadon ceramic type is a production of the period between 13th and 14th Centuries in china. These ceramics were unearthed from the ancient urban centers such as Matota and Yapahuwa. This vessel was recovered from Kayts Island in Northern Peninsula of Sri Lanka.

Sinhala text (not proofread):

චීන බඳුන — සෙලිඩන් පිඟන් නමින් හැඳින් න්වෙන වර්ගයට අයත් මෙම බඳුන ක්‍රි.ව.13 14 සියවස් අතර කාලයට අයත් චීන සම්භවයකින් යුක්ත වූවකි. මාතොට සහ යාපහුව ආදි පැරණි නාගරික මධ්‍යස්ථාන වලින් මෙවැනි වර්ගයේ බඳුන් හමුවේ. මෙම බඳුන සොයා ගන්නා ලද්දේ ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ උතුරු අර්ධද්වීපයේ කයිට්ස් දූපතෙනි.

Transcription:

chīna banduna — seliḍan piṅgan namin hændin nvena vargayaṭa ayat mema banduna kri.va.13 14 siyavas atara kālayaṭa ayat chīna sambhavayakin yukta vūvaki. mātoṭa saha yāpahuva ādi pæraṇi nāgarika madhyasthāna valin mevæni vargayē bandun hamuvē. mema banduna soyā gannā laddē śrī laṅkāvē uturu ardhadvīpayē kayiṭs dūpateni.

Transcription:

china banduna — selidan pingan namin handin nvena vargayata ayat mema banduna kri.va.13 14 siyavas atara kalayata ayat china sambhavayakin yukta vuvaki. matota saha yapahuva adi parani nagarika madhyasthana valin mevani vargaye bandun hamuve. mema banduna soya ganna ladde shri lankave uturu ardhadvipaye kayits dupateni.

Automated translation (not verified):

Chinese Pottery — This pot belongs to the type known as Celadon ware and is of Chinese origin dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries AD. These types of vases are found in old urban centers like Mathota and Yapahuwa. This vase was found in Kites Island in the northern peninsula of Sri Lanka.

Tamil text (not proofread):

சீனப் பாத்திரம் — செலடொன் பீங்கான் வகை உற்பத்திகள் 13ம் 14 நூற்றண்டுகளுக்கு இடைப்பட்ட காலப்பகுதியில் சீனாவில் மேற்கொள்ளப்பட்டன. இப் பாத்திரம் இலங்கையின் வட தீபகற்பத்தில் ஊர்காவற்றுறைப் பகுதியில் கண்டுபிடிக்கப்பட்டது. மாதோட்ட மற்றும் யாப்பகூவா ஆகிய புராதன நகர்ப்புற மையங்களில் இருந்தும் இவ் வகைப் பீங்கான் பாத்திரங்கள் கண்டுபிடிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன

Transcription:

cīṉap pāttiram — celaṭoṉ pīṅkāṉ vakai uṟpattikaḷ 13m 14 nūṟṟaṇṭukaḷukku iṭaippaṭṭa kālappakutiyil cīṉāvil mēṟkoḷḷappaṭṭaṉa. ip pāttiram ilaṅkaiyiṉ vaṭa tīpakaṟpattil ūrkāvaṟṟuṟaip pakutiyil kaṇṭupiṭikkappaṭṭatu. mātōṭṭa maṟṟum yāppakūvā ākiya purātaṉa nakarppuṟa maiyaṅkaḷil iruntum iv vakaip pīṅkāṉ pāttiraṅkaḷ kaṇṭupiṭikkappaṭṭuḷḷaṉa

Transcription:

sinap pathiram — seladon pingan vagai urpathigal 13m 14 nurrandugalukku idaippatta kalappaguthiyil sinavil merkollappattana. ip pathiram ilangaiyin vada thipagarpathil urkavarruraip paguthiyil kandupidikkappattathu. mathotta marrum yappaguva agiya purathana nagarppura maiyangalil irunthum iv vagaip pingan pathirangal kandupidikkappattullana

Automated translation (not verified):

Chinese ware — Celadon porcelain was produced in China between the 13th and 14th centuries. This vessel was found in Urgavarurai area in the northern peninsula of Sri Lanka. Ceramic vessels of this type have also been found at the ancient urban centers of Matota and Yapakuwa.

Gallery information:

These photos were taken at the Maritime Museum in Galle (Sri Lanka) which include objects recovered from the 2nd century B.C. Godawaya shipwreck. The Maritime Museum is housed in Galle's historic Dutch warehouse (built in 1671) and opened its doors on May 9, 1992. The Maritime Archaeology Museum is serving as a centre of education for various groups of visitors and researchers of Southern region of Sri Lanka.

Photo details:
Date: 2023-09-17
Camera: SONY ILCE-6400
Exposure: 1/160
Aperture: f/4
ISO: 4000
Focal length: 18mm

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Resolution: 2000 x 1904
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