Bibliography – Kiln site excavations

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Kiln site excavation reports have been grouped by country

Vietnam

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  • 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.

    Đặng Văn Thẳng, Phạm Hữu Công, and Hoáng Anh Tuấn. 1990. "Phát hiện di tích Khảo cổ dọc đường Ton Đức Tháng [Excavations at the Archaeological Site of Ton Duc Thang Street]." Những phát hiện moi về khảo cổ học  178–179.

    Hậu, Trần Sung, and Lai Ngọc Huy. 1999. "Báo cáo khai quật di tích Lò Gốm Hưng Lợi—p.16, Quam 8, TPHCM [General Report on Kiln sites of Hung Loi Ceramics—Quarter 16, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City] ". Ho Chi Minh City: Sở Văn Hóa Thông Tin T.P. HCM [Ministry of Culture and Information Office, Ho Chi Minh City] and Bảo tàng Lịch sử Việt Nam, T.P.HCM [Vietnam History Museum, Ho Chi Minh City].

    Nishimura Masanari, and Bùi Minh Trí. 2004. "Excavation of the Duong Xa site in Bac Ninh Province, Vietnam." Tōnan Ajia kōkogaku [Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology] (Journal of the Japan Society of Southeast Asian Archaeology) 24: 91–131.

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Champa

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  • 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.

    ———. 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.

    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.

    Lambrecht, Miriam, and Anne Degraeve. 2008. "Archaeological excavation of the old Cham kiln site of Go Hoi in Vietnam." In the Twelfth International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists (EurASEAA12). Leiden, the Netherlands.

    Morimoto Asako, and Ohashi Koji. 1996–1997. "Betonamu, Binh Dein sho Gosain 2/3 go kama no hakkutsu chōsa (The Excavation of No.2/3 Kilns at Go Sanh in Binh Dinh Province, Central Vietnam)." Tōyō tōji (Oriental Ceramics) 26: 49–68 (Japanese), viii (English summary).

    ———. 2002. "An Excavation and Investigation of Go Sanh Kilns Nos. 2 and 3 in Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam." 37–45 in Champa Ceramics — Production and Trade, The Study Group of the Go Sanh Kiln Sites in Central Vietnam, edited by Aoyagi Yoji and Hasebe Gakuji. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

    Nguyen-Long, Kerry. 1998. "Old Champa Kilns Sites and Wares: Binh Dinh, Vietnam—Part one: Excavations, Shards and Linked Wares." Arts of Asia 28(5): 71–84.

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Cambodia

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  • Aoyagi  Yoji, and Sasaki Tatsuo. 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  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, 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, 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.

    Chhay Visoth, Chhay Rachna, San Kosal, Sok Hun Ly, and Tabata Yukistugu. 2007. "Preliminary Results of the Anlong Thom Kiln Excavation on Phnom Kulen in Angkor: A Case Study of ALK01." In The Fourth Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art: Studies of Historic Asian Ceramics using Scientific Methods. Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.

    Chinese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor. 2000. "Report on Archaeological Research at Chau Say Tevoda Temple, Angkor." Udaya (Journal of Khmer Studies) 1: 255–294.

    Nara Bunkazai Kenkyūjo (National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Nara). 2005. Tani yōsekigun A6 go kama hakkutsu chōsa hōkoku (Excavation report for kiln A6, Tani kiln group, Nara Bunkazai Kenkyūjo gakuhō 73. Nara: Nara Bunkazai Kenkyūjo.

    Sasaki Tatsuo, Tanaka Kazuhiko, Nogami Takenori, Marui Masako, and Sumida Tokiko. 2000. "Tani yōsekigun dai 6 ji chōsa (gaiho) (kikan 2000 nen 3 gatsu 25 hi ~ 4 gatsu 7 hi) (The 6th Survey of Tani Kiln Sites (March 25 to April 7, 2000)." Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 17: 127–141 (Japanese), 247–261 (English abstract).

    Sophia University Angkor International Mission, Tokyo. 2000. "Excavation of a Khmer Ceramic Kiln Site: Report of the Investigation of Kiln B1, Tani Kiln Complex." Udaya (Journal of Khmer Studies) 1: 235–253.

    Tabata Yukitsugu, and Chhay Visoth. 2007. "Preliminary Report on the Excavation of the Anglong Thom Kiln Site, Cambodia." Tōnan Ajia kōkogaku [Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology] (Journal of the Japan Society of Southeast Asian Archaeology) 27: 63–69.

    Ueno Kunikazu. 1996. "Urgent and Brief Report on Two Kiln Sites." Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 13: 261–263.

    Ueno Kunikazu, Sugiyama Hiroshi, and Miyamoto Yasuharu. 1996. "Ankooru iseki bakken (VAKAN) kama, Tani (TANI) kama iseki tōsa hokoku [Report on a survey of the Vakan and Tani kiln sites in Angkor]." Kanbojia no Bunka Fukkō (Renaissance Culturelle du Cambodge) 13: 100–104.

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Laos

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  • Hein, Don. 1994. "Responses to a Recent Film Review." Southeast Asian Archaeology International Newsletter 5: 20-23.

    Hein, Don, Mike Barbetti, and Thongsa Sayavongkhamdy. 1992. An Excavation at the Sisattanak Kiln Site, Vientiane, Lao P.D.R., 1989. Sydney: Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific, University of Sydney.

    Hein, Don, Mike Barbetti, and Viengkeo Souksavatdy. 1997. "A Brief Description of Recent Archaeology on Ceramic Sites in the Lao PDR." In South-East Asian Archaeology 1992, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of the European Association of South-East Asian Archaeologists, edited by R. Ciarla and F. Rispoli. Rome.

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Thailand

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  • Chārưk Wilaikǣo [Caaruk Wiraikeow]. 2002. "Taikoku Shinburi-ken Noigawa yōsekigun hakkutsu chōsa hōkokusho [Excavation report on the Maenam Noi kiln group, Singburi province, Thailand]." Kansai kinsei kōkogaku kenkyū (Kansai early modern archaeological research) 10: 185–209.

    Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department. 1987. Survey Report on Ancient Kiln Site, Ban Lahok Tabang Kiln Group, Prasat Sub-district, Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province. Vol. 20, Thai Archaeology Project (Northeast). Bangkok: Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    ———. 1987. Survey Report on Ancient Kiln Site, Ban Nongkhu Noi Kiln Group, Prasat Sub-district, Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province. Vol. 17, Thai Archaeological Project (Northeast). Bangkok: Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    ———. 1987. Survey Report on Ancient Kiln Site, Ban Saito 4 (Papoui Kiln), Prasat Sub-district, Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province. Vol. 18, Thai Archaeological Project (Northeast). Bangkok: Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    ———. 1987. Survey Report on Ancient Kiln Site, Ban Tapang Noi Kiln Group, Saitagu Sub-district, Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province. Vol. 23, Thai Archaeology Project (Northeast). Bangkok: Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    ———. 1987. Survey Report on Ancient Kiln Site, Ban Thanon Noi Kiln Group, Hinlad Sub-district, Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province. Vol. 16, Thai Archaeological Project (Northeast). Bangkok: Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    ———. 1987. Survey Report on Ancient Kiln Site, Ban Toeng Kiln Group, Prasat Sub-district, Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province. Vol. 19, Thai Archaeology Project (Northeast). Bangkok: Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    Glover, Ian C. 1982. "Archaeological Survey in West-Central Thailand: A Second Report on the 1982–1983 Field Season." Asian Perspectives 25(1): 83–109.

    Hearn, Ray. 1999. "A Report on a visit to the recently excavated kin site at Ban Intakin, northern Thailand." The Beagle. The Journal of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin 15: 143–154.

    Hein, Don. 1984. "The Excavation of Kiln 42, Ban Ko Noi, Sisatchanalai,  Thailand, Part A," Thai Ceramics Archaeological Project, Research Centre for Southeast Asian Ceramics, University of Adelaide, field report.

    ———. 1985. "Field Report on the Excavation of Kiln 42, Ban Ko Noi, Sisatchanalai, Thailand, 1984/5–Part A," Thai Ceramics Archaeological Project, Unpublished report.

    ———. 1986. "New Kiln Finds at Sisatchanalai–Report on the Survey of Kilns 118 and 120 at Ban Nong O, Sisatchanalai, Thailand," Thai Ceramics Archaeological Project, Unpublished report.

    ———. 1987. "Summary Report on the Field Operations of TCAP at Sisatchanalai from January 1981 to  September 1987," Thai Ceramics Archaeological Project, University of Adelaide, Report to the Department of Fine Arts, Thailand.

    Hein, Don, and Prachote Sangkhanukit. 1985. Report on the Excavation of the Ban Tao Hai kilns, Phitsanulok, Thailand, Research Centre for Southeast Asian Ceramics Papers 1. Adelaide: University of Adelaide.

    Higham, C. F. W., R. Bannanurag, B. K. Maloney, and B. A. Vincent. 1987. "Khok Phanom Di: The Results of the 1984-5 Excavation." Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 7: 148–178.

    Higham, Charles F. W., and Rachanie Thosarat, eds. 2004. The Excavation of Ban Lum Khao. Vol. 1, The Origins of the Civilizations of Angkor. Bangkok: The Thai Fine Arts Department.

    Ho Chuimei, ed. 1999. "Suphanburi Kilns in Central Thailand Re-Excavated." ACRO Update (Asian Ceramic Research Organization Quarterly Newsletter) 1999(2): 5.

    Kǭng Bōrānnakhadī Māilēk 9 (Archaeological Unit no. 9). 1988. Lǣng tao phao Bān Bāng Pūn (Survey report of excavation of Ban Bang Pun kilns, Suphan Buri, Thailand). Bangkok: Krom Sinlapākǭn (Fine Arts Department).

    Phâsuk ‘Inthrâwut (Phasook Indrawooth), Sinchai Krabūansǣng (Sinchai Krabuansang), and Phayao Nākwēk (Payao Narkwake). 1989. Kānsưksā lǣng Bōrānnakhadī Bān Krabưang Nộk, Tambon Krabư̄ang Nǭk, ‘Amphœ Chum Phūang, Čhangwat Nakhǭn Rātchasīmā (A Study on the Archaeological Site at Ban Krabaung Nok, Chum Phuang District, Nakhon Ratchasima). Bangkok: Khana Bōrānnakhadī, Mahāwitthayālai Sinlapākō̜n (Department of Archaeology, Silpakorn University).

    Research Section, Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department,. 1984. Excavation Report on the Khok Lin Fa Kiln Site, Ban Baranae, Nong Wang Sub-district, Lahansai District, Buriram Province, Thai Archaeological Project. Bangkok: Research Section, Division of Archaeology, Fine Arts Department.

    Sathaporn Khwanyuen. 1985. "The Excavation of Baranae Kiln Site, Thailand." 137–168 in Technical Workshop on Ceramics (T-W4): Final Report. Bangkok: SPAFA.

    Sāyan Phraichānčhit (Sayan Praicharnchit). 1985. "A Kiln Site at Ban Boh Suak, Nan Province." 103–135 in Technical Workshop on Ceramics (T-W4): Final Report. Bangkok: SPAFA.

    Sāyan Phraichānčhit (Sayan Prishanchit), and Duangsakul Suphamas. 1997. "An Excavation of Ceramic Kiln Site Recently Discovered at Intakhin, Mae Taeng, Chiengmai." 25–55 in Archaeology in Lanna, edited by Sayan Prishanchit. Bangkok: Krom Sinlapakon (Fine Arts Department).

    Taikoku geijitsukyoku kokobu [Thai Fine Arts Department Archaeology Division]. 1992. "Taikoku Shinburi-ken Noigawa yōsekigun hakkutsu chōsa hōkokusho [Excavation report on the Maenam Noi kiln group, Singburi province, Thailand]." Kansai kinsei kōkogaku Kenkyū (Kansai early modern archaeological research) II: 311–341 (Thai).

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Burma

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  • Aung Thaw. 1968. Report on the Excavations at Beikthano. Rangoon: Ministry of Union Culture.

    Daw Aye Aye Thinn. 1999. "The Excavation at Lagunbyee Kiln Site." Paper read at Conference on Glazed Ceramics of Southeast Asia, 20–22 September, at Bagan.

    Daw Baby. 1999. "Excavation of ancient kilns near Kangyigone village in Twantay township." Paper read at Conference on Glazed Ceramics of Southeast Asia, 20–22 September, at Bagan.

    Hein, Don. 1999. "Interim Report on Archaeological Fieldwork at Myaung Mya, Bagan, and other Sites in Myanmar, August–September 1999." Melbourne: Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

    Orr, Kenneth G. ca. 1994 Field Notes on Archaeological Investigations in Lower Burma (Myanmar) 1950--1951. Baltimore: (Unpublished manuscript).

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China

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  • Guangdong sheng bowuguan [Guangdong Provincial Museum]. 1981. Chaozhou Bijiashan Songdai yaozhi fajue baogao [Excavation report of a Song dynasty kiln site in Bijia Mountain, Chaozhou]. Beijing: Wenwu chubanshe.

    Yang Wenxian, and Zhang Xiangsheng. 1986. "A Preliminary Study on the Porcelain Kiln in Ancient China." 301–305 in Scientific and Technological Insights on Ancient Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, Proceedings of the International Conference on Ancient Chinese Pottery and Porcelain. Beijing: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics.

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