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Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Janitor at head of steps 1 foot 2 inches wide and 2 feet 5 inches high. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Janitor at head of steps 1 foot 2 inches wide and 2 feet 5 inches high. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Janitor at head of steps 1 foot 2 inches wide and 2 feet 5 inches high. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- The Ruwaneli Dágoba. Principal entrance from the east. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870-1

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Anuradhapura- The Ruwaneli Dágoba. Principal entrance from the east. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- The Ruwaneli Dágoba. Principal entrance from the east. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870-1
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- The Nuwarawewa. Stone sluice. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- The Nuwarawewa. Stone sluice. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- The Nuwarawewa. Stone sluice. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Polonnaruwa. The Sat-mal-prasádé. A seven-storied structure, 28 feet 6 inches square at bottom, and containing a staircase. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Polonnaruwa. The Sat-mal-prasádé. A seven-storied structure, 28 feet 6 inches square at bottom, and containing a staircase. (Photograph)

Polonnaruwa. The Sat-mal-prasádé. A seven-storied structure, 28 feet 6 inches square at bottom, and containing a staircase. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- Stone Posts near the canoes (newly discovered). They are monoliths 2 feet square, standing 16 feet out of ground. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- Stone Posts near the canoes (newly discovered). They are monoliths 2 feet square, standing 16 feet out of ground. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- Stone Posts near the canoes (newly discovered). They are monoliths 2 feet square, standing 16 feet out of ground. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura. Newly discovered Palace of Dutugemenu. Stone landing forming a communication between the two platforms of fourth Pavilion. This consists of two stones 3 feet thick, one 14 feet 6 inches by 3 feet 6 inches, and the other 14 feet 6 inches by 10 feet 6 inches, the latter sunk in the middle out of the solid to the depth of 4 inches. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura. Newly discovered Palace of Dutugemenu. Stone landing forming a communication between the two platforms of fourth Pavilion. This consists of two stones 3 feet thick, one 14 feet 6 inches by 3 feet 6 inches, and the other 14 feet 6 inches by 10 feet 6 inches, the latter sunk in the middle out of the solid to the depth of 4 inches. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura. Newly discovered Palace of Dutugemenu. Stone landing forming a communication between the two platforms of fourth Pavilion. This consists of two stones 3 feet thick, one 14 feet 6 inches by 3 feet 6 inches, and the other 14 feet 6 inches by 10 feet 6 inches, the latter sunk in the middle out of the solid to the depth of 4 inches. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Sculptured semicircular moon-stone at foot of steps. This is by far the finest moonstone that has yet been discovered, and, having been buried for centuries, it is in perfect condition. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Sculptured semicircular moon-stone at foot of steps. This is by far the finest moonstone that has yet been discovered, and, having been buried for centuries, it is in perfect condition. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Sculptured semicircular moon-stone at foot of steps. This is by far the finest moonstone that has yet been discovered, and, having been buried for centuries, it is in perfect condition. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- The Jétawanáráma Dágoba. View from the west showing ruins of a structure newly discovered. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- The Jétawanáráma Dágoba. View from the west showing ruins of a structure newly discovered. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- The Jétawanáráma Dágoba. View from the west showing ruins of a structure newly discovered. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Mihintale. The Nága Pokuna, the five-headed Cobra, carved on the face of the Rock. It measures 6 feet across the Hood, and stands nearly 7 feet out of the water. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Mihintale. The Nága Pokuna, the five-headed Cobra, carved on the face of the Rock. It measures 6 feet across the Hood, and stands nearly 7 feet out of the water. (Photograph)

Mihintale. The Nága Pokuna, the five-headed Cobra, carved on the face of the Rock. It measures 6 feet across the Hood, and stands nearly 7 feet out of the water. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura. The Nuwarawewa (tank) with the sacred mountain of Mihintálé (to the right hand) in the distance. This tank is about five miles in circumference. It was constructed by King Panduwása in the early part of the fifth century before Christ. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura. The Nuwarawewa (tank) with the sacred mountain of Mihintálé (to the right hand) in the distance. This tank is about five miles in circumference. It was constructed by King Panduwása in the early part of the fifth century before Christ. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura. The Nuwarawewa (tank) with the sacred mountain of Mihintálé (to the right hand) in the distance. This tank is about five miles in circumference. It was constructed by King Panduwása in the early part of the fifth century before Christ. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- The Daladá-máligáwa. View from the north-east. In this building was deposited the sacred tooth of Buddha on its arrival from India in the fourth century after Christ. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- The Daladá-máligáwa. View from the north-east. In this building was deposited the sacred tooth of Buddha on its arrival from India in the fourth century after Christ. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- The Daladá-máligáwa. View from the north-east. In this building was deposited the sacred tooth of Buddha on its arrival from India in the fourth century after Christ. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Ruins of a small Pavilion at the south-west angle. There is a corresponding structure at the south-east angle of large Pavilion. (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Ruins of a small Pavilion at the south-west angle. There is a corresponding structure at the south-east angle of large Pavilion. (Photograph)

Anuradhapura- Newly discovered Pavilion (No. 197). Ruins of a small Pavilion at the south-west angle. There is a corresponding structure at the south-east angle of large Pavilion. (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
Polonnaruwa- The Abhayagiriya-wiharé: general view from the north-east (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870

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Polonnaruwa- The Abhayagiriya-wiharé: general view from the north-east (Photograph)

Polonnaruwa- The Abhayagiriya-wiharé: general view from the north-east (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870s
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
The Watadage: General View from the south-east (Photograph)

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Lawton, Joseph
1870-1

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The Watadage: General View from the south-east (Photograph)

The Watadage: General View from the south-east (Photograph)

  • Date: 1870-1
  • Place: Sri Lanka
  • Artist/maker: Lawton, Joseph
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  • Date: late 19th century
  • Place: Ceylon
  • Artist/maker: Unknown