Arikamedu

(from the article `India`) ...an anonymous Greek travel book written in the 1st century , lists a series of ports along the Indian coast, including Muziris (Cranganore), Colchi ...
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Arikamedu

Arikamedu is an archaeological site near Pondicherry, southern India, where Mortimer Wheeler conducted his best-known excavation in the 1940s. Arikamedu - `Arikan-medu or Poduke’ which literally means, ‘eroding mound’. According to Wheeler, Arikamedu was a Tamil fishing village which was formerly a major Chola port dedicated to bead making .
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