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Singapore before 1819
Transcript of Singapore before 1819
Done By : Sitong(leader), Clarisse, Anthea, Sunny and Sophie
There were different aspects of life in Singapore before 1819.
The main three aspects :
Cultural exchanges between countries take place when countries influence one another through the exchange of ideas about traditions, clothing, food etc.
Early Singapore was rich because it was ruled by rich countries and also because the traders were brought to Singapore easily by the monsoon winds, therefore it is a very popular place to trade
At Fort Canning Hill, there are sources that can show political in Singapore. These sources are an imported earthenware and a written account of the kings of the 14th Century.
This earthenware is imported from the Southern Thailand as a gift of marriage between the Singapore Ruler and the Malay princess.
Imported Earthenware found at Fort Canning
The source is on the Kings of the 14th Century. This shows that there was a system of laws in Singapore
Kings of 14th Century
found at Fort Canning Hill
Economic connection is a connection formed through trade or the exchange of goods.
Sri Lanka Coins found at Parliment House Complex
The source is from Sri Lanka. Traders from Sri Lanka might have came to Temasek to trade and traded the coins with a local for something or maybe they might have accidentally drop it .
Sri Lanka Coins
Life in Singapore before 1819 was simple and interesting before the invention of technology. The cultural , political and economic aspects led to Singapore gaining its popularity throughout others parts of the world. The cultural in Singapore is mostly pranakans, it is a popular trading port and a multiracial society
This source is found at fort canning hill, it must have been traded by an Indian trader as it has a design of a Hindu God.
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