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A comparative study on the Bronze artifacts of among the Nyaunggan burial site and the burial sites of Samon Valley
In 1998, the evidence of Bronze Age was discovered at Nyaunggan village in Budalin Township near Monywar where produced a various collections of burial offerings which were included many bronze and stone implements. On the ...
Secular Evidence in the Visual Art of Bagan
(SEAMEO CHAT & SOAS SAAAP University of London, 2018)
The monumental architecture and plastic arts of Bagan are directly related to the religious dedications. Within three or four centuries, the style and significance of Bagan visual art works was gradually progressed, ...
Religious Symbols as Decorations on the Sikhara of Ancient Monuments in the Late Bagan Period
(ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore, 2018)
In Late Bagan Period, the decorative art works were more complicated as those of symbolic concepts related to both of religious themes and ornamentation. Especially those of feminine deities can be abundantly found in the ...
Material Remains Of Moegyobyin Site And Its Environment
(2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies, 2018)
Moegyobyin site is situated in Salingyi Township, Sagaing Region, Upper Myanmar. Varieties of material remains were found at Moegyobyin site. There are many kinds of stone implements, potsherds, pieces of bead, teeth of ...
The Meritorious Deeds of King Nātoṅmya
(Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2015)
King Nātoṅmyā (AD 1211-1231), he was also called King Htilominlo and his personal name was Zeyyatheinkha. He had done great works of merit in Bagan. He left the inscriptions which recorded his donations. King Nātoṅmyā was ...
Architecture of the Htilominlo Temple
(Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2014)
The Htilominlo Temple is a colossal religious building constructed by King Nātoṅmyā (Nataungmya) (AD 1211-1231) in the early 13th century AD. In addition to the title “Htilominlo”, it is also called ‘Trilokamaṅgalā’ meaning ...