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NOTES FOR USING THE BIBLIOGRAPHY ON HISTORICAL CERAMICS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

The content of this bibliography, reflecting the Freer and Sackler collections of ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia, focuses on historical ceramics (including Chinese) in Mainland Southeast Asia and distributions of ceramics via trade from that region. Selected citations relating to prehistoric and protohistoric ceramics appear for types of wares represented in the collections. For a full bibliography of early wares, visit the Southeast Asian Archaeology Bibliographic Database.

The bibliographic style employed here is drawn from the Chicago Manual of Style, 14th Edition, with some changes to incorporate additional information.

Citations are drawn from eight linguistic backgrounds: Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, and English. Thai, Chinese, and Japanese citations have been romanized. English translations for all texts have been provided. Translations contained within parentheses were provided by the publishers; those within brackets were done for the purpose of this bibliography.

The bibliography also employs diacritical marks.  In the case of Thai citations, the General Bibliography emulates the transliteration system put forth by the University of Michigan and Library of Congress.

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Authors' names are alphabetized according to the name order of the vernacular used in the publication. Japanese, Chinese, Cambodian, and Vietnamese authors' names appear as ‘last name first name'; Thai and Burmese authors' names appear as ‘first name last name'; Western and Indonesian authors' names appear as ‘last name, first name'. A Japanese author published in a Western journal, for example, will usually have his name listed in the Western fashion.

Because some authors' names appear in publications under variant spellings, one common spelling shall be used as a primary name, followed by the published variant in parentheses.

Every effort is being made to make the bibliography complete and to keep it updated as new scholarship is produced and old scholarship is uncovered. Suggestions for citations are welcomed. To make a comment, please register through the Field Notes section below.

Bibliography compiled by George Ashley Williams IV and Louise Allison Cort. Special recognition goes to Hiram W. Woodward, Nora A. Taylor, Philippe Truong, and Shu Yue for their assistance in transliterating Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese citations, respectively. In addition, special thanks goes to John Stewart for his assistance in using Unicode fonts to translate Thai romanized diacriticals into Web-text.

 

General Bibliography on Southeast Asian Ceramics

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"Special Issue: Ban Chiang"1982. In Expedition.

The Ceramics of South-East Asia from the 10th to 16th Centuries A.D., ed.^eds. 1987. Osothsapha (Teck Heng Yoo) Co. Ltd.

1992. Tōzai kaijō kōryūshi Kenkyū [Journal of East-West Maritime Relations] 2.

"Special Issue: Studies on Trade Ceramics"1993. In Jōchi Ajiagaku (The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies).

2000. Bulletin of Archaeology, The University of Kanazawa 25(December).

Vietnamese Ceramic Collection at Hochiminh City Fine Arts Museum. 2004.

"Special Issue: Earthenware and Glazed Ceramics in Southeast Asia"2005. In Jōchi Ajiagaku (The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies).

Abe Yuriko. 2007. "Betonamu shutsudo no bōeki tōjiki (Trade Ceramics Excavated from Vietnam)". Bōeki tōji kenkyū (Trade Ceramics Studies) 27: 76–81 (Japanese), 100–101 (English summary).

Abe Yuriko, and Kikuchi Seiichi. 2006. "Betonamu no taigai bōekikō—Nihon ni nyushutsu sareta Betonamu tōjiki no tsumidashikō wo saguru [Vietnam's foreign trade port—searching for the shipping port that exported Vietnamese ceramics to Japan]". 131–140 in Zenkindai no Tōnan Ajia kaiiki ni okeru karamono to nanbanmono no kōeki to sono igi [Trade in Chinese and Southeast Asian goods in the East Asian ocean region during the Early Modern Period and its significance]. Sakura: Kokuritsu Rekishi Minzoku Hakubutsukan (National Museum of Japanese History).

Addis, John Mansfield. 1968. "The Connections between Shu-fu and Early Blue-and-White and the Question of Their Dating". Paper read at Manila trade pottery seminar: introductory notes, at Manila.

Adhyatman, Sumarah. 1981. Keramik kuna yang ditemukan di Indonesia : berbagai penggunaan dan tempat asal (Antique Ceramics Found in Indonesia : various uses and origins). Jakarta: Ceramic Society of Indonesia.

———. 1983. Notes on Early Olive Green Wares Found in Indonesia. Jakarta: The Ceramic Society of Indonesia.

———. 1985. "Burmese Ceramics". 3–20 in. Jakarta: Himpunan Keramik Indonesia (The Ceramic Society of Indonesia).

———. 1986. "Vietnamese Ceramics in Jakarta". Arts of Asia 16(2): 52–60.

———. 1987. Kendi, wadah air minum tradisional (Kendi, traditional drinking water container). Himpunan Keramik (Jakarta): Yayasan Nusantara Jaya.

———. 1988. Burmese Ceramics. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Research Centre for Southeast Asian Ceramics.

———. 1999. Zhangzhou (Swatow) ceramics: sixteenth to seventeenth centuries found in Indonesia Jakarta: The Ceramic Society of Indonesia.

Adhyatman, Sumarah, and Cheng Lammers. 1977. Tempayan/Martavans di Indonesia. Jakarta: The Ceramic Society of Indonesia.

Adhyatman, Sumarah, and Abu Ridho. 1984. Tempayan di Indonesia (Martavans in Indonesia). Rev. 2nd ed. Jakarta: Himpunan Keramik Indonesia (The Ceramic Society of Indonesia).

Aedeen Cremin. 2006. "Chinese Ceramics at Angkor". Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 26: 121–123.

Aga-Oglu, Kamer. 1954. "Five Examples of Annamese Pottery". Bulletin of the University of Michigan Museum of Art 5: 6–11.

———. 1982. Shadows of the Dragon. Columbus: Columbus Museum of Art.

Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute, and the APSARA Authority. 2000. "Recent Research on Kiln Sites in the Angkor Area". Udaya (Journal of Khmer Studies) 1: 217–234.

Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum (Aichi Kenritsu Tōji Shiryōkan), ed. 1987. Tōnan Ajia no yakimono [Ceramics of Southeast Asia]. Seto: Aichi Kenritsu Tōji Shiryōkan.

Aida Yūsuke. 1997. "Tōnan Ajia kotōji no tokusei ni tsuite—Betonamu oyobi Myanmaa saishū tōhen no kagaku bunseki [Concerning the special traits of ancient ceramics from  Southeast Asia—scientific analysis of sherds collected in Vietnam and Myanmar]". Tōhoku Geijutsu Kōka Daigaku Kiyō [Bulletin of the Tohoku Geijutsu Koka University] 4: n.p.

Amara Srisuchat. 1994. "Discovering Chinese Yue and Longquan Green Glazed Wares and Reconsidering Their Socio-Economic Roles in the Development of Ancient Communities in Thailand". 213–228 in New Light on Chinese Yue and Longquan Wares—Archaeological Ceramics Found in Eastern and Southern Asia, A.D. 800–1400, edited by Ho Chuimei. Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong.

———. 2003. "Earthenware from Archaeological Sites in Southern Thailand: The First Century BC to the Twelfth Century AD". 249–260 in Earthenware in Southeast Asia—Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on Premodern Southeast Asian Earthenwares, edited by John N. Miksic. Singapore: Singapore University Press and the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society.

Amara Srisuchat, Rachanok Tosupham, and Jutharat Khunthong. 1988. "Miscellaneous Papers on Archaeology". Sinlapākǭn (The Silpakorn Journal) 31(6): 90–96.

Anderson, Benedict R. O'G. 1965. Mythology and the Tolerance of the Javanese. Ithaca: Cornell Modern Indonesia Project.

Ang Choulean. 2000. "Une petite touche de mélancolie: le ak à Angkor". Cambodia Bird News: Special Angkor Issue 5: 17–19.

Anonymous. 1973. "Potter's Art of the Southeast Asian Neolithic". Orientations iv(4): 35–44.

———. 1983. "Early Thai Civilization". Ceramics Monthly, 31 (9) [November]: 60–63.

Anonymous Review. 1929. "Le Musée Khai-Dinh—Huê Annam". Bulletin des amis du vieux Huê 16(2): 59–98 and pl.

Aoyagi  Yoji, and Sasaki Tatsuo. 1999. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun dai 5 ji chōsa rakuho (kikan 1999 nen 8 gatsu 1 nichi ~ 15 nichi) [Summary report of the 5th excavation of the Tani Kiln site at Angkor (period September 1~15 1999]". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 16: 174–175.

———. 1999. "Excavation of Tani Pottery Kiln Site in Angkor Area—Report on the 4th excavation of pottery kiln site (March 1999)". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 16: 261–266 (English).

Aoyagi  Yōji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Marui Masako, and Miyata Etsuko. 1997. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun no chōsa hōkokku (kikan 1996 nen 8 gatsu 6 nichi~18 nichi) [Research report on the Tani kiln group, Angkor (period 6~18 August, 1996)]". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 14: 27–43.

Aoyagi  Yoji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Nogami Takenori, Tanaka Kazuhiko, Marui Masako, and Sumida Tokiko. 2000. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun hakkutsu chōsa no seika to kankyō seibi hōshin (Angkor Monuments, Tani Kiln Excavation Survey Results and Environmental Improvement Policies)". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 17: 134–141 (Japanese), 247–254 (English).

Aoyagi  Yoji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Takenori Nogami, and Tanaka Kazuhiko. 2000. "Kumeeru tōki no kama (1)—Tani yōsekigun no hakkutsu chōsa [Kilns of Khmer ceramics (1)—excavation of the Tani kiln site]". Tōsetsu 563: 69–72.

———. 2000. "Kumeeru tōki no kama (2)—Punon Kuuren yōsekigun no chōsa  ki [Kilns of Khmer ceramics (1)—investigation report of the Phnom Kulen kiln site]". Tōsetsu 564: 64–67.

Aoyagi  Yoji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Tanaka Kazuhiko, Nogami Takenori, and Marui Masako. 1999. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun dai 3 ji chōsa hokoku (kikan 1998 nen 9 gatsu 1 nichi ~ 13 nichi) (Tani Kiln Complex, The Angkor Monuments—Report of the Third Investigation of Kiln B1(1–13 September, 1998))". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 16: 150–157 (Japanese), 267–277 (English).

Aoyagi  Yoji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Tanaka Kazuhiko, Nogami Takenori, Marui Masako, and Sumida Tokiko. 1999. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun dai 4 ji chōsa hokoku (kikan 1999 nen 3 gatsu 11 nichi ~ 24 nichi)(The Angkor Monuments: Excavation of a Kiln Site for Khmer Ceramics; Report of the Fourth Investigation of Kiln B1, Tani Kiln Complex)". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 16: 158–173 (Japanese), 271–277(English).

Aoyagi, Yōji. 1992. "'Bōeki no jidai' (9–16 seiki) no Fuiripin—bōeki tōji ni motozuku hennenteki no wakugumi (Asian Trade Ceramics in the Philippines—Ninth to Sixteenth Centuries)". Jōchi Ajiagaku (The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies) 10: 144–146 (Japanese), 146–176 English summary).

Aoyagi, Yoji, and Tatsuo Sasaki, eds. 2007. Tani yōseki no kenkyū—Kanbojia ni okeru koyō no chōsa (The Tani Kiln Site in Cambodia). Tokyo: Sophia University and Rengo Shuppan.

Aoyagi Yoji. 2002. "Excavation of the Go Sanh Kiln Complex". 5–7 in Champa Ceramics: Production and Trade – Excavation Report of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, edited by Aoyagi Yoji and Hasebe Gakuji. Tokyo: The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

Aoyagi Yōji. 1991. "Trade Ceramics discovered in Insular Southeast Asia (Tōnan Ajia tōshobu shutsudo no Bōeki tōjiki)". Bōeki Tōji Kenkyū [Trade Ceramics Studies] 11: 35–48 (English), 49–51 (Japanese summary).

———. 1996. "Champa tōji wo meguru ni, san no mondai [Several problems concerning Champa ceramics]". 5–7 in Machida Shiritsu Hakubutsukan zuroku 96, Aoi yakimono [Green and Blue Ceramics]. Machida: Machida Shiritsu Hakubutsukan.

———. 1997. "Production and Trade of Champa Ceramics in the 15th Century". In the Second Euro-Japanese International Seminar—Trade and Navigation. Tokyo: Institute of Asian Cultures, Sophia Univerity.

———. 1997. "Tohen ga kataru kannan Shinakai no bunka kōryū—Chanpa okoku shutsudo no koko shiryō kara [Ceramic sherds tell of cultural exchange around the South China Sea—From the archaeological data excavated in the Kingdom of Champa]". 140–147 in Saishin Kaigai Kōkogaku Jijo II—Ajia hen [Latest news of overseas archaeology II—Asia]. Tōkyō: Japan Tsushin Joho Sentaa.

———. 1998. "Cultural Exchange in the South China Sea as Related by Ceramic Sherds: Excavated Archaeological Data from the Champa Kingdom". Paper read at Vietnamese Studies and the Enhancement of International Cooperation, July 14–17, at Hanoi.

———. 1999. "Nankai no tōji bōeki—nishi kara higashi, higashi kara nishi e [Ceramic trade in Southeast Asia—from west to east, east to west]". Kinkan Kōkogaku [Archaeology Quarterly] 66: 55–59.

———. 2000. "Betonamu, Gosain yō no hakkutsu—umi no shiruku roodo shi ue no Chanpa tōji [Excavation of the Go Sanh kiln, Vietnam—Champa ceramics in the history of the maritime silk road]". Shiruku Roodo Gaku Kenkyū Sosho [Silk Road Studies] 2: 97–112.

———. 2005. "Cultural Exchange in the South China Sea as Related by Ceramic Sherds: Excavated Archaeological Data from the Champa Kingdom". Jōchi Ajiagaku (The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies) 23: 123–135.

Aoyagi Yōji, and Hasebe Gakuji, eds. 2002. Champa Ceramics, Production and Trade—Excavation Report of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam. Tokyo: The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

Aoyagi Yōji, Hasebe Gakuji, Momoki Shiro, Morimoto Asako, and Ogawa Hidefumi. 1992. "Archaeological Research of Old Kiln sites in Vietnam—Preliminary Report". Tōzai kaijō kōryūshi kenkyū [Journal of East-West Maritime Relations] 2: 19–28.

Aoyagi Yōji, Morimoto Asako, Ogawa Hidefumi, and Tanaka Kazuhiko. 1995. "Betonamu chūbu shoshō no iseki chōsa to kōkogakuteki kadai (Archaeological research in the Middle Vietnam)". Tōnan Ajia kōkogaku [Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology] (Journal of the Japan Society of Southeast Asian Archaeology)15: 58–83.

Aoyagi Yōji, and Ogawa Hidefumi. 1992. "Betonamu tōjiki no hennenteki kenkyū to koyōseki no chōsa hōkoku—Betonamu no kyōseki to bōekikō Van Don wo tazunette [Research on the chronology of Vietnamese ceramics and report on a survey of kiln sites—visits to Vietnamese kiln sites and the trading port of Van Don]". Tōnan Ajia kōkogakukai kaiho [Journal of the Southeast Asian Archaeology Society] 12: 58–74.

Aoyagi Yōji, Ogawa Hidefumi, and Tanaka Kazuhiko. 1997. "Excavation, and Ornaments Discovered at the Magapit Shell-midden Site, in Northern Luzon". The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies 15: 167–180.

Aoyagi Yoji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Marui Masako, and Miyata Etsuko. 1998. "Investigation of Tani Kiln Site Group, Angkor— 6–18 August 1996". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 15: 257–266.

Aoyagi Yōji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Tanaka Kazuhiko, Nōgami Kenji, and Ishizawa Yoshiaki. 2000. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun—hakkutsu chōsa no seika to kankyō seibi hōkei (1995–2000 Excavations of the Tani Kiln Complex, Angkor, and Environmental Improvement Policies)". Kanazawa Daigaku Kōkogaku kiyō (Bulletin of Archaeology, The University of Kanazawa) 25: 170–192, 178–185(English).

Aoyagi Yoji, Sasaki Tatsuo, Tanaka Kazuhiko, Nogami Takenori, and Marui Masako. 1999. "Ankooru iseki Tani yōsekigun dai 2 ji chōsa hokoku (kikan 1998 nen 3 gatsu 23 nichi ~ 29 nichi) [Report on the second investigation of the Tani kiln site at Angkor (period March 23 ~ 29 1998)]". Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 16: 123–149.

Aoyagi Yōji sensei taishoku kinen ronbunshu henshu iinkai [Editorial committee for the festschrift for Aoyagi Yoji's retirement], ed. 2007. Chiiki no tayōsei to kōkogaku—Tōnan Ajia to sono shūhen (Archaeological studies on the cultural diversity in Southeast Asia and its Neighbors). Tokyo: Yuzankaku.

Arishima Mie. 1991. "Hakata shutsudo no Tai, Betonamu tōji (Thai and Vietnamese Ceramics Found in Hakata)". Bōeki Tōji Kenkyū (Trade Ceramics Studies) 11: 101–129 (101 English summary).

Aronson, Meredith, James M. Skibo, and Miriam T. Stark. 1994. "Production and use technologies in Kalinga pottery". 83–117 in Kalinga ethnoarchaeology: expanding archaeological method and theory, edited by William A. Longacre and James M. Skibo. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.

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Association of Vietnamese Historians, and People's Administrative Committee of Hai Hung Province. 1994. Pho Hien—The Center of International Commerce in the XVIIth – XVIIIth centuries. Ha Noi: The Gioi Publishers.

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Atsushi Imai. 1996. "Some Observations on Burmese Ceramics". Tōnan Ajia kōkogaku [Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology] (Journal of the Japan Society of Southeast Asian Archaeology) 16: 97–110.

Aung Kyain. 1999. "Ancient Ceramic and Glazed Kilns at Bagan". Paper read at Conference on Glazed Ceramics of Southeast Asia, 20–22 September, at Bagan.

Aung Myint, and Elizabeth Moore. 1991. "Finger-Marked Designs on Ancient Bricks in Myanmar". The Journal of the Siam Society 79, part 2: 79–102.

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