Early Landscapes of Myanmar
This book compares changing landscapes in Myanmar from the Paleolithic and Neolithic through the rise of bronze-iron chiefdoms and the emergenc e of first millennium AD Hindu-Buddhist walled polities. Throughout this sequence, contrasts between the arid north and well-watered southern coasts framed complementary and changing
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