posted on Oct, 17 2009 @ 11:23 AM
Anuradhapura Group Corr.
Archaeological excavations have unearthed remains of ancient human settlements in Vadamarachchi East area, Archaeology Director General, Dr. Senarath
"We have found evidence of three old human settlements in these areas. They have spread over an area covering nearly three kilometres and are vitally
important to prove the historical background of Jaffna peninsula", he said.
"We have also found clay pots of varied colours depicting the time frame. They will help archaeologists to determine the era of their usage. They are
believed to have belonged to the years between the beginning of BC and upto 900 BC. However, we can't say exactly what era these settlements belong
to, the Director General said.
I haven't heard of these type of findings in the area of the World, very interested to hear more in the future, does anyone have any definitive
[edit on 17-10-2009 by Aquarius1]