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Origins and Development of the Field of Prehistory in Burma
|Title:||Origins and Development of the Field of Prehistory in Burma|
|Authors:||Aung-Thwin, Michael A.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Prehistoric peoples--Asia--Periodicals.|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu)|
|Citation:||Aung-Thwin, M. A. 2001. Origins and Development of the Field of Prehistory in Burma. Asian Perspectives 40 (1): 6-34.|
|Abstract:||The circumstances under which the study of prehistory evolved in Burma are summarized and some of the issues, problems, and research topics are identified for future students of Burma's prehistory. KEYWORDS: Anyathian, Hoabinhian, Pleistocene terraces, Upper Burma, Padah-lin caves, Taungthaman, Beikthano Myo, Chauk, Kyaukpadaung, Irrawaddy, Chindwin, Pagan, Nyaung-U, Magwe, Minbu, Pakokku, New Gwe Hill, Chelleo-Acheulean, copper, bronze, Halin, Nyaunggan, Budalin Township, Monywa.|
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Asian Perspectives, 2001 - Volume 40, Number 1 (Spring)|
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