A brainchild of Keezhadi Panchayat President V Venkatasubramanian, the website was launched by Collector P Madhusudhan Reddy on Wednesday last.
The judges also asked the ASI when it will accord approval to the Tamil Nadu government to conducting excavations in seven places in the state, including Keezhadi, Adichanallur.
It is to be noted that scores of public visited Keezhadi excavation site during the fifth phase in 2019 to learn about the ancient Tamil civilisation that prospered on the banks of Vaigai 2,600 years
Archaeologists had found burial urns, pit burials, and surface burials at Kondagai site, a cluster village of Keezhadi.
He said that such beads have been unearthed from the Keezhadi archaeological site. “A terracotta seal was found from the location where weighing stones had been unearthed earlier.
Sources said that other artefacts unearthed recently include a ringwell, a 17th century gold coin (Agaram) and four weighing stones (Keezhadi).
The Keezhadi site has revealed that Tamil civilisation is more than 2,600 years old and Tamils were literate even in the 6th century BCE.
The skeletons of two children were unearthed from Konthagai, one of the cluster villages of Keezhadi archaeological site, in the district on Tuesday.
In a span of two weeks, the State Archaeological department has unearthed four weighing stones from Keezhadi site.
To ensure visually-challenged and uneducated people get to know about Keezhadi civilization, a group of youth from Karaikudi released an audiobook revealing its details on social media on Sunday.
It is to be noted that six burial urns were unearthed in March at Konthagai.
The Archaeology department resumed the excavation in cluster villages on May 20 after it was temporarily stopped due to lockdown.
The excavation was carried out in Keezhadi cluster villages -- Keezhadi, Kondhagai, and Agaram.
He said that the phase VI of excavation that began on February 19, 2020 identified the continuation of the brick structure unearthed in earlier phase.
Bones found at Keezhadi excavation site sent to US and Australia for DNA sequencing