A training in coin indexing for second year archeology students of the Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka

The Epigraphy and Numismatics section of the Department of Archaeology and the Buddhist & Pali University of Sri Lanka jointly organized this coin indexing training session for second-year undergraduates on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd  November 2022, at the Anuradhapura Archaeological Museum. 

This training workshop was conducted for the second-year archeology (General/Special) undergraduates of the Sri Lanka Buddhist and Pali University in accordance with the directives of the Director General of Archaeology, Senior Professor Anura Manatunga, under the supervision of the Director (Inscriptions and Numismatics), Mr. Namal Kodithuvakku organized by the Rev. Kanthale Sumiththa.

Rev.Beragama Saddhananda, Senior Lecturer/Head of the Department of Archaeological Studies of Sri Lanka Buddhist and Pali University, and Dr. Isanka Malsiri participated in this training session. Mr. Ajith Athukorala, who oversees the Coin Indexing Project for the Epigraphic and Numismatics Department, together with Inscription Assistant Mr. K.P. Janaka, Inscription Collectors Mr. J.S.B. Niyarepola and Mr. W.A.P. Sanjaya, participated in the workshop on behalf of the Department of Archaeology.
Department of Archaeology
Sir Marcus Fernando Mawatha,
Colombo - 07, Sri Lanka.

Phone : +94 11 2692840, +94 11 2692841
Fax : +94 11 2696250
Email : info@archaeology.gov.lk
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