Daoyi Zhilüe
Dao Yi Zhi Lue (simplified Chinese: 岛夷志略; traditional Chinese: 島夷誌略; pinyin: Dǎo Yí Zhì Lüè) or Dao Yi Zhi (simplified Chinese: 岛夷志; traditional Chinese: 島夷誌; pinyin: Dǎo Yí Zh...
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Ceylon, Physical, Historical and Topographical
Ceylon. An Account of the Island, Physical, Historical, and Topographical with Notices of its Natural History, Antiquities and Productions is a two-volume book from 1859 by James Emerson Tennent."Ther...
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Mahavamsa
The Mahavamsa ("Great Chronicle", Pali: Mahāvaṃsa and Sinhala: මහාවංසය si; abbrev. Mhv. or Mhvs.) is a historical book written in the Pali language of the Kings of Sri Lanka. The first version...
Culavamsa
The Cūḷavaṃsa, also Chulavamsa (Pāli: "Lesser Chronicle"), is a historical record, written in the Pali language, of the monarchs of Sri Lanka. It covers the period from the 4th century to 1815. The Cu...
Dhātuvansa
Dhātuvansa is an ancient book written in Pali by Dammakitti Thero in 1211 AD. The book is fully devoted to describe the history of relics deposited in stupas (dagab), including related construction ...
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Dipavamsa
The Dipavamsa or Deepavamsa (i.e., "Chronicle of the Island"; in Pali: Dīpavaṃsa), is the oldest historical record of Sri Lanka. It means Chronicle of the Island. The chronicle is believed to be compi...
An Historical Relation of the Island Ceylon
An Historical Relation of the Island Ceylon together With somewhat Concerning Severall Remarkable passages of my life that hath hapned [sic] since my Deliverance out of Captivity is a book...
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Bodhi Vamsa
The Bodhi-Vamsa, or Mahabodhi-Vamsa, is a prose poem in elaborate Sanskritized Pali, composed by Upatissa in the reign of Mahinda IV of Sri Lanka about AD 980.It is an adaptation of a previously exist...