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- "Sribhoja", and the inscriptions in Old Malay refer to the same empire. The Srivijayan historiography was acquired, composed and established from two main sources:...
- founder of Kadatuan Srivijaya. His name was mentioned in the series of Srivijayan inscriptions dated from late 7th century CE dubbed as the "Siddhayatra...
- India was friendly during the reign of Raja Raja Chola I. In 1006 CE a Srivijayan Maharaja from Sailendra dynasty — king Maravijayattungavarman — constructed...
- Srivijaya was recorded in Chinese sources from Song period. In 988, a Srivijayan envoy was sent to Chinese court in Guangzhou. After sojourned for about...
- that the family was once the member of Srivijayan mandala and step into the power to rule the former Srivijayan mandala which includes Sumatra and Malay...
- 1980s, the site of Karanganyar was thought to be a potential site for a Srivijayan political power center. However, immediately after the first excavations...
- earliest written record mentioning the term kadatuan was the 7th-century Srivijayan Telaga Batu and Kota Kapur inscription. The term Kadatuan in Old...
- Srivijayan connection. This ruling family was probably a local ruler but somehow subjugated by Srivijayan through invasion and served as Srivijayan v****al...
- The 8th century bronze torso statue of Boddhisattva Padmapani, Srivijayan art, Chaiya, Surat Thani, Southern Thailand, demonstrate the Central Java (Sailendran)...
- use of Old Malay has sparked the speculation of a Sumatran origin or Srivijayan connection of this family; on the other hand, the use of Old Javanese...