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Title: Warrior of Dvaravati from archaeological evidence
Authors: Jindawattanaphum, Supitchar
Keywords: Warrior
Archaeological evidence
Issue Date: 14-Jun-2023
Publisher: The 15th NPRU National Academic Conference Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University
Series/Report no.: Proceedings of the 15th NPRU National Academic Conference;1511
Abstract: A warrior is a person who has the ability to fight, fencing and has been an important force in protecting the nation since ancient times. The warrior is like a soldier as a shield to prevent invasions from outside the country since the ancient times of Dvaravati, a prehistoric period in Thailand around the 1 1 th- 16th Buddhist centuries. There is evidence showing the name of the king on the silver coins of the Dvaravati period that Sri Dvaravati Swarapunya means the merit of the king of Sri Dvaravati. It was discovered in Nakhon Pathom Province and the name of King Hansavarman appeared on a copper inscription at U-Thong Ancient City. Such evidence confirms the rule with a monarchy in the Dvaravati period, in which the tradition also have warriors in that era. Objectives of the study of warriors in the Dvaravati period It is a study of antiquities discovered in the Dvaravati period at the ancient city of Nakhon Pathom. U Thong Ancient City, Chan Sen Ancient City and Fa Daet Song Yang Ancient City, Kalasin Province, it was found that there was evidence of warriors in the Dvaravati period by appearing on pottery, carvings in stucco decorations, religious places including the evidence of a warrior's identity is a weapon in the Dvaravati period that is a sword at the end of the ring. The evidence confirms the existence of warriors in the Dvaravati period.
ISBN: 978-974-7063-43-1
Appears in Collections:Proceedings of the 15th NPRU National Academic Conference

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