Asian maritime history
The European economy was dependent on gold and silver currency, but low domestic supplies had plunged much of Europe into a recession. Hall suggests that this plus three Javanese inscriptions of similar date found on the Sumatran side of the straits suggests a reemergence of Javanese authority, often subordinate to Srivijaya. In , Sri Lanka sent one mission back. Sea Routes of Commerce: Between and , at least red-seal ships visited Tonkin and Cochin-China. One of the early stories of seafaring was that of Odysseus. The Cham capital Vijaya was razed by the northern kingdom of Dai Viet.
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Maritime history of Odisha
Hinayanic Buddhism flowered in Ceylon in the 4th and 5th centuries AD, and the influence of scholars from Ceylon spread through Burma, Siam and Cambodia, establishing the beliefs and practices that continue in these countries today. The remains of a ship excavated at Tante, near Yangon is thought to have belonged to Kalingan traders. Pilgrims from Kalinga sailed to Ceylon to honour the sacred tooth and visit the monasteries. Retrieved 23 May Retrieved 18 November Maritime history of India History of Odisha.
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Description: From Majapahit and Sukuh to Megawati Sukarnoputri: Okihiro, Margins and mainstreams: Carl Notle 14 November University of Pennsylvania Press. The New York Times.
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