Pagan, inventaire de monuments
Volume I covers the Nyaung U sector where the building of small temples and stupas has continued uninterrupted since the eleventh century. It provides details about a vast number of temples, monasteries and shrines that sum up the tremendous surge forward of Myanmar art and architecture from the eleventh century onwards. Incudes a descriptive note in English for each monument.
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13th century 13th century AD 9 references a-Plan average brick axial niches barrel vault blind forepart brick masonry central cell circular bellshaped dome cloister vault conical spire construction period corbelled vault corner stupas decoration exterior east face east side entrance hall epigraphy estimated facing east frieze with pointed GOOOC ground floor buried interior jataka lotus rosace maintained by Trustees monuments mural paintings Myanmar niche on east niches and corner North face north-east north-west NYAUNG octagonal terrace Pagan pavilion on east pediments plain stucco mouldings plinth pointed obovals porch on east present condition projections and corner seated Buddha Shwe-zigon site plan small single-storey temple small stupa South face south foreparts south-east South-west corner spire and umbrella square central shrine square terrace square tower timber pavilion upper storey vault over shrine vault over vestibule vestibule and porch West face west forepart whitewashed Yangon