Bibliography for the Archaeological Report on the Singapore Cricket Club Excavations

John Miksic

April 2003

Abbreviations:

  • BEFEO: Bulletin de l'École Française d'Extrême-Orient
  • BKI: Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde
  • BSOAS: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • IJNA: International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration
  • JFMSM: Journal of the Federated Malay States Museums
  • JMBRAS: Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
  • JSEAS: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
  • REHPA: Rapat Evaluasi Hasil Penelitian Arkeologi
  • SMJ: Sarawak Museum Journal
  • SPAFA: Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts
  • TBG: Tijdschrift van het Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen

Archaeological Reports and other articles by John Miksic

John N. Miksic Archaeological Research on the ‘Forbidden Hill’ of Singapore: Excavations at Fort Canning, 1984. Singapore: National Museum 1985

“Preliminary excavation at Fort Canning, Singapore.” SPAFA Digest Volume 6, Number 1 1985 Pp. 34–39, 49.

“Fort Canning.” Spirit of Singapore. Wellington: Sheffield House, 1990 Pp. 34–39.

“Recently discovered Chinese Green Glazed Wares of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries in Singapore and Riau Islands.” New Light on Chinese Yue and Longquan Wares: Archaeological Ceramics Found in Eastern and Southern Asia, A.D. 800–1400. Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong 1994 Pp. 229–250.

“Fourteenth Century Chinese Glass Found in Singapore and the Riau Archipelago.” Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, Colloquies on Art & Archeology in Asia No. 17. London: 6–8 June 1994. Published in South East Asia and China: Art, Interaction and Commerce. Editors: R. Scott and J. Guy. London: University of London, Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art and School of Oriental and African Studies. 1995. Pp. 252–273.

“Preliminary excavation at Fort Canning, Singapore.” SEAMEO Project in Archaeology and Fine Arts, SPAFA Final Report: Consultative Workshop on Research on Maritime Shipping and Trade Networks in Southeast Asia. Bangkok: SPAFA Co–ordinating Unit 1985 Pp. 161–169.

“Chinese Ceramics and Local Cultural Statements in Fourteenth-Century Southeast Asia.” In Studies in Southeast Asian Art: Essays in Honor of Stanley J. O’Connor. Ithaca: Cornell University, Southeast Asia Program, 2000. Pp. 194–216.

“Recent archaeological excavations in Singapore: a comparison of three fourteenth-century sites.” Paper presented to the 16th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Melaka, June 1998. Published in Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Volume 20, 2000. Pp. 56–61.

Miksic, J.N. and Lim Chen Shien. 2004. Archaeological Research on The Padang and in the St. Andrew’s Cathedral Churchyard: St. Andrew’s Cathedral Archaeological Research Project Progress Report Summary September 2003 – June 2004.Singapore: ARI Working Paper.

John N. Miksic, Yap Choon Teck, Sam Fong Yau Li, and Kebao Wan “EDXRF Analyses of Some Yuan Dynasty Artifacts Excavated in Singapore.” Keji Kaogu luncong [Studies in Archaeometry] Volume 2 (China) 2000 Pp. 228–236

Sebuah arca timah hitam dari Tebing Sungai Singapura [A Lead Statue Recently Discovered at a Majapahit-Period Site in Singapore].” Eighth 8th Scientific Archaeology Conference, Yogyakarta (Indonesia) 15–18 February 1999. In Kumpulan Makalah Pertemuan Ilmiah Arkeologi VIII. Jakarta: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Indonesia, 2002. Pp. 425–428

“14th-century Singapore: a port of trade.” In John N. Miksic and Cheryl-Ann Low Mei Gek Early Singapore 1300s–1819: Evidence in Maps, Text and Artefacts. Singapore: Singapore History Museum, 2004. Pp. 41–54

Yuan and Ming Dynasty ceramics excavated in Singapore.” 2005 In Proceedings of the International Conference: Chinese Export Ceramics and Maritime Trade, 12th–15th Centuries. Edited by Pei-kai Cheng, Guo Li, and Chui Ki Wan. Hongkong: Chinese Civilisation Centre, City University of Hong Kong. Pp. 253–266.

“Chinese ceramics and the economics of early Southeast Asian urbanisation, 14th to 16th centuries.” Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Number 26, 2006: 147–153

“Recent Archaeological Research in Singapore: New Evidence for Internal Settlement Patterning in 14th-Century Singapore.” Paper presented at the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. 14–17 September 2004. The British Museum, London, England. Published as “Intrasite analysis of 14th-century Singapore.” In Bacus, E., I. C. Glover and V. C. Piggott (eds.) Uncovering Southeast Asia’s Past: Selected Papers from the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. Singapore: NUS Press, 2006. Pp. 335–346

“Research on ceramic trade, within Southeast Asia and between Southeast Asia and China.” In John Miksic, Editor. Southeast Asian Ceramics. New Light On Old Pottery. Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society. 2009. Pp.70–99.

“Before and after Zheng He: comparing some Southeast Asian archaeological sites of the 14th and 15th centuries.” In Geoff Wade and Sun Laichen, Editors. Southeast Asia in the Fifteenth Century: The China Factor. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press. 2010. Pp. 384–408

“Temasik to Singapura: Singapore in the 14th and 15th centuries.” In Karl Hack and Jean-Louis Margolin, with Karine Delaye, Editors. Singapore from Temasek to the 21st Century. Reinventing the Global City. Singapore: NUS Press, September 2010. Pp. 103–132

“Malays, trade and artefacts in ancient Singapore.” In Aileen T. Lau and Bernhard Platzdasch, eds., Malay Heritage of Singapore. Singapore: Suntree Media Pte. Ltd., December 2010. Pp. 32–39.

Singapore and the Silk Road of the Sea 1300–1800. Singapore: NUS Press/National Museum of Singapore. 2013.

“Singapore: Where Eastern and Western Oceans Meet.” In Yu-Mei Balasingamchow, ed., Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors. Singapore: Singapore Art Museum. 2016.

Surveying a cross-cultural past: early interactions between South and Southeast Asia.” In Rajesh Rai and A. Mani, eds., Singapore Indian Heritage. Singapore: Indian Heritage Centre, September 17, 2017. Pp. 32–49

“The archaeology of Singapore.” In Junko Habu, Peter V. Lape, and John W. Olsen, eds. Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology. New York: Springer.

“The development of urban places in Southeast Asia.” In Junko Habu, Peter V. Lape, and John W. Olsen, eds. Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology. New York: Springer.

John N. Miksic and Cheryl-Ann Low Mei Gek Early Singapore 1300s–1819: Evidence in Maps, Text and Artefacts. Singapore: Singapore History Museum, 2004

J. N. Miksic and C. T. Yap “Fine-bodied white earthenwares of South East Asia: some X-ray fluorescence tests.” Asian Perspectives Volume 28 Number 1 1990 Pp. 45–60.

J. N. Miksic, C. T. Yap and Hua Younan “Archaeology and early Chinese glass trade in Southeast Asia.” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies Volume 25, Number 1 1994 Pp. 31–46.

J. N. Miksic, Yap Choon Teck, and Vijiyakumar “X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Glass from Fort Canning, Singapore.” Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient Volume 83 1996: Pp. 187–202.

Kaoru Ueda, John N. Miksic, Sonny C. Wibisono, Naniek Harkantiningsih, Geok Yian Goh, Edmund Edwards McKinnon, Alam Mohd Zaini Shah Trade and consumption of fine paste ware in Southeast Asia: petrographic and portable X-ray fluorescence analyses of ninth- to fourteenth-century earthenware. Archaeological Research in Asia 11: 58–68.

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Bacus, E.A. 2004. “The archaeology of the Philippine archipelago.” In Southeast Asia from Prehistory to History, ed. I. Glover and P. Bellwood. Abingdon: RoutledgeCurzon. Pp. 257-281.

Bambang Budi Utomo. 1985. “Karanganyar as a Srivijayan site: new evidence for the study of settlement patterns of the Srivijayan period.” SPAFA Consultative Workshop on Archaeological and Environmental Studies on Srivijaya. Bangkok: SPAFA Co-ordinating Unit. Pp. 273-290.

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Barry, J. 2000. Pulau Saigon: A Post-Eighteenth Century Archaeological Assemblage Recovered from a Former Island in the Singapore River. Stamford: Rheidol Press.

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Bellina, B. and I. Glover. 2004. “The archaeology of early contact with India and the Mediterranean world, from the fourth century BC to the fourth century AD.” In Southeast Asia from Prehistory to History, ed. I. Glover and P. Bellwood. Abingdon: RoutledgeCurzon, pp. 68-88.

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Borell[-Seidel], B. 2000 “Money in 14th century Singapore.” In Southeast Asian Archaeology, 1998, ed. W. Lobo and S. Reimann. Hull: Centre for South-East Asian Studies, University of Hull/Berlin: Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museum zu Berlin Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz: 1-16.

———. 2001. Singapur in Vorkolonialer Zeit. Schriftliche Überlieferung und Archäologische Zeugnisse – Eine Zeischenblanz. Würzburg: Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft, Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes. Band LIII, 2. ———. 2003 “Fourteenth-century polychrome Chinese glass found in South-East Asia.” Annales du 15e Congrès de l’Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre. New York 2001. Nottingham: AIHV, 213-217.

———. 2010. “Glass from China and from India: finds of vessel glass from fourteenth century Singapore.” Archipel 80:139-196.

Borschberg, P. 1999. “Hugo Grotius, East India trade and the King of Johor.” JSEAS 30, 2: 225-248.

———. 2003. “Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch plans to construct a fort in the Straits of Singapore, ca. 1584-1625.” Archipel 65: 55-88.

———. 2004a.“A Portuguese-Dutch naval battle in the Johor River Estuary and the liberation of Johor Lama in 1603.” In Early Singapore 1300s-1819: Evidence in Maps, Text and Artefacts, ed. J.N. Miksic and C.-A. Low M.G. Singapore: Singapore History Museum, pp. 106-117.

———. 2004b. “Remapping the Straits of Singapore. New Insights from Old Sources?” In Iberians in the Singapore-Melaka Area and Adjacent Regions (16th to 18th Century), ed. Peter Borschberg. Wiesbaden and Lisbon: Harrassowitz and Fundação Oriente.

———. 2004c. “The Straits of Singapore: continuity, change and confusion.” In Sketching the Straits: A Compilation of the Lecture Series on the Charles Dyce Collection, ed. Irene Lim. Singapore: NUS Museums, National University of Singapore, pp. 33-48.

———. 2011. Hugo Grotius, the Portuguese and Free Trade in the East Indies. Singapore: NUS Press.

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———. 1992. “Patterns in the Early Southeast Asian Metals Trade.” In Early Metallurgy, Trade and Urban Centres in Thailand and Southeast Asia, ed. I. Glover, P. Succhitta, and J. Villiers. Bangkok: White Lotus. Pp. 63-114.

———. 1996. “Chinese and Middle Eastern trade in southern Thailand during the 9th century A.D.” In Ancient Trades and Cultural Contacts in Southeast Asia, ed. A. Srisuchat. Bangkok: Office of the National Culture Commission. Pp. 181-200.

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———. 2004. The Ming Gap and Shipwreck Ceramics in Southeast Asia. Doctoral Dissertation, UCLA.

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———. 2003. Maritime Archaeology and Shipwreck Ceramics in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Department of Museums and Antiquities.

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Budisantoso and Tri Marhaeni S. 2002 “Permukiman pra-Sriwijaya di Karang Agung Tengah: sebuah kajian awal.” Siddhayatra 7,2: 65-89.

———. 2005. “Permukiman pra-Sriwijaya di situ Karangagung Tengah.” Berita Penelitian Arkeologi 13. Palembang: Balai Arkeologi.

———. 2007. “Tinggalan rumah kayu di Karangagung Tengah Kabupaten Musi Banyuasin, Provinsi Sumatera Selatan.” Menelusuri Jejak-Jejak Peradaban di Sumatera Selatan. Palembang: Balai Arkeologi, pp. 14-30.

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———. 1994. “The metallurgy of personal adornment.” In Bacus, E.A. 2004. “The archaeology of the Philippine archipelago.” In Southeast Asia from Prehistory to History, ed. I. Glover and P. Bellwood. Abingdon: RoutledgeCurzon. Pp. 257-281.

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Dizon, Eusebio Z. 2005. “The role of the Philippines as an entrepot during the 12th-15th century’s Chinese and Southeast Asian trade network.” In Proceedings of the International Conference: Chinese Export Ceramics and Maritime Trade, 12th-15th Centuries, ed. Cheng Pei-Ki, Li Guo, and Wan Chui Ki.Hong Kong: Chinese Civilisation Centre, University of Hong Kong. Pp. 280-301.

Dumarçay, J. and P. Royère, trans. and ed. by M. Smithies. 2001. Cambodian Architecture Eighth to Thirteenth Centuries. Leiden-Köln: Brill. Handbuch der Orientalistik Abt 3, Südostasien; Bd. 12.

Dupoizat, Marie-France. 1995. “The ceramic cargo of a Song Dynasty junk found in the Philippines and its significance in the China-South East Asia trade.” In South East Asian and China: Art, Interaction and Commerce, ed. Rosemary Scott and John Guy. London: Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, Colloquies on Art and Archaeology in Asia No. 17, pp. 205-224.

———. 1998. “Céramique chinoise de Barus et du Proche-Orient: analogies, différences, premières conclusions.” In Histoire de Barus: Le Site de Lobu Tua. I. Études et Documents, ed. C. Guillot. Paris: Cahiers d'Archipel 30. Pp. 149-167.

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