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Medical guide written on palm leaves.

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Medical guide written on palm leaves.
The medical guide comes from the old Ceylon (Sri Lanka.
The book is written on palm leaves.
It is over 100 years old.
The book is written in an old Sinhalese script which has not been used for some time.
We have had the book checked:
At Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University in Wat Mahathat.

Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University is a Buddhist university located in Wat Mahathat, Bangkok.

The book was reviewed by the two linguists Phra Pia Rattana
and Phra M. Khemananda (a Pra from Sri Lanka, currently trained at the international department of the university)

4 July 2007

Contact: Bruno Wagner
Email: wagner.thailand@gmail.com
Tel / Whatsapp : 081 862 03 51
08:00-10:30 or 14:00-17.00
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