Baan Devalai Artist Temple: Chiang Mai’s Wooden Masterpiece to Ganesh

Dali’s Trinity Church & the Catholic Push into Deep China

Cultural Profile: Lawa, The Oldest Settlers of Thailand

  • “Ancient City in the Protohistoric Era” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • Damrikul, Surapol. “San-Ku Archaeological Site, Doi Pui Hill: Sacred Site of Wasuthep Hermit.” Journal of Fine Arts, vol. 5, no. 1, 2014, http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/65062.
  • Cairns, Malcolm. Voices from the Forest: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge into Sustainable Farming. Resources for the Future, 2007.
  • Grabowsky, Volker. An Early Thai Census: Translation and Analysis. Institute of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1993.
  • “History of Northern Thailand: Hariphunchai Region” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • “Lua: Wiang Jed Lin Native Group” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • Pongpandecha, Narong and Ken Taylor. “Interpretation of the Cultural Landscape and Heritage Values of ‘Mae Koong Bok Village’, Tambon Sanklang, San Patong District, Chiang Mai, Thailand.” Suthiparithat Journal, 93rd ed., vol. 30, Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2016.
  • Stratton, Carol, and Miriam McNair. Scott. Buddhist Sculpture of Northern Thailand. Buppha Press, 2004.
  • Swearer, Donald K., and Sommai Premchit. The Legend of Queen Cāma: Bodhiraṃsis Cāmadevīvaṃsa, Translation and Commentary. State University of New York Press, 1998.
  • Wichien, Aroonrut. “Lawa (Lua) : A Study from Palm-Leaf Manuscripts and Stone Inscriptions.” Kyoto University, 2012. https://www.academia.edu/6206063/Lawa_Lua_A_Study_from_Palm-Leaf_Manuscripts_and_Stone_Inscriptions.
  • Williams, Benjamin. “Wiang Chet Lin: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Lost City of the Lawa.” Paths Unwritten, 7 Feb. 2020, https://pathsunwritten.com/chiangmai-wiang-chetlin/.

Wiang Chet Lin: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Lost City of the Lawa

  • “Ancient City in the Protohistoric Era” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • Damrikul, Surapol. “San-Ku Archaeological Site, Doi Pui Hill: Sacred Site of Wasuthep Hermit.” Journal of Fine Arts, vol. 5, no. 1, 2014, http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/65062.
  • Grabowsky, Volker. An Early Thai Census: Translation and Analysis. Institute of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1993.
  • “History of Northern Thailand: Hariphunchai Region” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • “Lua: Wiang Jed Lin Native Group” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • “Notable Cities and Communities of the Lan Na Kingdom: Wiang Ched Rin.” E-Lanna, Chiang Mai Universtity, http://www.sri.cmu.ac.th/~elanna/elanna_eng/public_html/cities/city4.html.
  • Pongpandecha, Narong and Ken Taylor. “Interpretation of the Cultural Landscape and Heritage Values of “Mae Koong Bok Village”, Tambon Sanklang, San Patong District, Chiang Mai, Thailand.” Suthiparithat Journal, 93rd ed., vol. 30, Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2016.
  • Stratton, Carol, and Miriam McNair. Scott. Buddhist Sculpture of Northern Thailand. Buppha Press, 2004.
  • Swearer, Donald K., and Sommai Premchit. The Legend of Queen Cāma: Bodhiraṃsis Cāmadevīvaṃsa, Translation and Commentary. State University of New York Press, 1998.
  • Wichien, Aroonrut. “Lawa (Lua) : A Study from Palm-Leaf Manuscripts and Stone Inscriptions.” Kyoto University, 2012. https://www.academia.edu/6206063/Lawa_Lua_A_Study_from_Palm-Leaf_Manuscripts_and_Stone_Inscriptions.
  • Williams, Benjamin. “Wiang Suan Dok: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Holy Outer City.” Paths Unwritten, 22 July 2019, https://pathsunwritten.com/suan-dok-chiang-mai/.

Michigan’s Soo Locks: World’s Busiest Lock System

Wat Klang Nam: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Secret Island Temple

  • McDaniel, Justin. “Thai Buddhism.” Thai Digital Monastery, University of California (Riverside), 2008, https://tdm.ucr.edu/Thai_Buddhism.html.
  • “Sinhalese Buddhism or Wat Pa Daeng (New Lankawong) from Lanka” display. Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • Violatti, Cristian. “Stupa.” Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 01 Sep 2014. Web. 24 Jan 2020. https://www.ancient.eu/stupa/.
  • Williams, Benjamin. “Wiang Suan Dok: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Holy Outer City.” Paths Unwritten, 22 July 2019, https://pathsunwritten.com/suan-dok-chiang-mai/.

Wat Yang Kuang: Digging Up Chiang Mai’s Buried Past

Artifact Profile: Bo Ika Inscription & the Lost City of Sri Canasa

  • “Boe – E – Ka Inscription” museum display. Phimai National Museum, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
  • “Muang Sema” sign. Muang Sema Historical Park, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
  • “Prasat Muang Sema” museum display. Phanom Rung Museum, Buriram, Thailand.
  • “Sri Janasa” museum display. Korat Museum, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
  • “The Elusive Kingdom of Sri Canasa”. Southeast Asian Kingdoms, https://southeastasiankingdoms.wordpress.com/2016/07/08/the-elusive-kingdom-of-sri-canasa/.

Wiang Suan Dok: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Holy Outer City

Tháp Phú Diên: Ancient Huế’s Lost Champa Tower