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Water, Ritual, and Prosperity at the Classical Capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th to 14th Centuries CE): Archaeological Exploration of the Tuyin Thetso “Water Mountain” and the Nat Yekan Sacred Water Tank
(SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SPAFA), 2019)
The IRAW@Bagan project is aimed at developing an integrated socio-ecological history for residential patterning, agricultural practices, and water management at the classical Burmese (Bama) capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th ...
Metallurgical traditions and metal exchange networks in late prehistoric central Myanmar, c. 1000 BC to c. AD 500
(Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2018)
Myanmar has been notably underrepresented in recent studies of archaeometallurgy in Southeast Asia, despite its richness in both mineral and cultural resources and its potentially central role in long-distance exchange ...
Myanmar’s earliest Maritime Silk Road port-settlements revealed
This article presents the results of the first excavations at Maliwan and Maliwan, the earliest portsettlements from southern Myanmar in the Isthmus of Kra, showing their involvement in extensive networks as far as the ...