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  • Archaeological Evidences of Pinle (Maingmaw 

    Lwin Lwin Kyaw (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Pinle (Maingmaw) old city is one of the largest Pyu ancient cities on the entire Kyaukse plain. Pinle old city is roughly circular in shape. In this region Myitnge, Zawgyi, Panlaung and Samon rivers are flowing. Pinle ...
  • Archaeologicl Evidences from Makkhaya Old City 

    Min Lwin (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Makkhaya is among the ancient site of Myanmar old cities and various types of evidences related to earliest societies were found. Early people lived in Makkhaya period by period. Their traces were found in this site with ...
  • Myanmar’s Art of War or Military Tactics in the murals of Laung Oo Maw Library 

    Mya Kyar Phyu (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    The murals of Mahosadha Jātaka in Laung Oo Maw library reflects the image of Nyaungyan period and early Konbaung period which were at the dense wars again and again. From this scene, the art of war or military tactics ...
  • Typological Investigation of Neolithic Evidences from Halin 

    Chann Pye Aung (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Halin is located within Wetlet Township, Shwebo district, Sagaing region and it is situated within Mu river valley. Mu River is a main river in Upper Myanmar and Mu river valley is valuable for habitation of human races. ...
  • Study on Encased Stupas and Temples of Bagan 

    Than Aye (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    The meaning of encased monuments is a type of Buddhist religious structure whose inner monument was enclosed by an outer one. Encased monuments can be seen either due to earthquake or human destruction; both the outer ...
  • Rectangular Shapde Burial Structures Outside the City wall of Beikthano. 

    Nyein Nyein Myint (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    Beikthano, 900 hectares, is approximately 18 kilometers west of Taungdwingyi Township, Central Myanmar. The different shapes of burial structures were found in Beikthano through the many times of excavation. This paper ...
  • Buddha Thrones found in mural paintings of Bagan Periods 

    Bo Ma (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    Different kinds of thrones can be found in mural paintings of Bagan Periods. They are thrones sat by Buddha, throne sat by kings, throne sat by Prince and throne sat by Queen. Among the different kinds of thrones, Buddha ...
  • Reverse Glass Painting Workshop (Collaborative Projects Between Yadanabon University and Northern Illinois University) 

    Mya Kyar Phyu (Yadanabon Universities Research Journal, 2017)
    Glass painting making technique is different from watercolour painting and oil colour painting. Firstly, the artist draws the reverse outline drawing on glass by using a paper with outline drawing. They draw the lines with ...
  • Typological investigation of spur pottery Culture from Upper Myanmar Sites 

    Chann Pye Aung (Yadanabon Universities Research Journal, 2017)
    Pottery is one of the important artifacts in archaeology and is the most finding in the burials. Their typological feature is an important indicator to the culture of past human societies. Comparative study of the pottery ...
  • Dvarapālas (Guardians) And Its Role of Pyu Period 

    Kyaw Myo Satt (SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition, 2014)
    The ancient Pyu were the first founders of city states in Myanmar. Their culture was flourished in about 1st century B.C to 9th century A.D and they settled down along the Ayeyawady Valley. The belief of Dvarapāla or ...
  • Buddhist Religion in the Pyu Period with the Reference to Archaeological Evidences 

    Kyaw Myo Satt (Asia Research Centre, Yangon University, 2015)
    Two religions had flourished in Pyu period: Buddhism and Hinduism. This research paper is especially emphasized on Buddhism. The evidences of Buddhism are discovered from ancient Pyu sites; Beikthano, Pinle (Maingmaw), ...
  • Kendi: The Characteristic Vessel of Bagan Period 

    Zaw Phyo (Journal of the Myanmar AcademyArts &Science, 2012)
    People used the containers since the Paleolithic period. Throughout the long-term history of container, various form and style were created all over the world based on their purposes and functions. Among them, the libation ...
  • Cup Pottery from Prehistoric Sites in Upper Myanmar 

    Chann Pye Aung (Yadanabon Universities Research Journal, 2016)
    Prehistoric archaeological sites in Myanmar reveal their respective pottery assemblages in material culture. There are considerable numbers of stylistic types of pottery which indicate the similarity or dissimilarity in ...