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    Comments 8

    1. DOMINIQUE ROLLAND says:

      very interested in SEA Archeology, mostly Vietnam, this website is precious

    2. RAJALINGAM MANIAM says:

      Would like to know if any further update on Kota Gelanggi in Johore State of Malaysia. Where is Dr Raimy Che-Ross now..? Though dispelled as “Do Not Deny The Existence But Found No Evidence”, I hope Dr Raimy will not give up in his quest to reveal the truth.

      M.Rajalingam
      Retired Sessions Court Judge
      Ipoh. Perak
      MALAYSIA

    3. Jim Placzek says:

      General interest whenever archaeological evidence interacts with historical linguistics.

    4. Prof. Choodamani Nandagopal says:

      I am happy to see this site. Many of the sites of this region I have visited. For an art historian, having larger interest in Archaeology This site will be very useful. I would be glad to share my articles/papers on this blog. Thanks

    5. Filemon Hulu says:

      I am happy to visit this website.
      Thanks for bringing me to this site.

    6. Chanthiva KEOKANYA says:

      I am very happy to visit this website.
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      Chanthiva KEOKANYA
      LAOS

    7. Ned Rollo says:

      I study early Lan Xang Kingdom Buddhist icons (1354 – 1707 CE) and am very interested in the anthropology of SE Asia overall. Thank you for the opportunity to access your excellent site.

    8. Gopal Chippalkatti says:

      Thanks

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