Item description for Early Landscapes of Myanmar by Elizabeth H. Moore, Grant E. Carichner, Jose M. Lavarello, Mario Merlino, Pos L. Moua & Stephen Balter...
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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Studio: River Books Press Dist A/C
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.75" Height: 9.5" Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Release Date Jul 15, 2007
Publisher River Books Press Dist A/C
ISBN 9749863313 ISBN13 9789749863312
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More About Elizabeth H. Moore, Grant E. Carichner, Jose M. Lavarello, Mario Merlino, Pos L. Moua & Stephen Balter
Alice Couvillon and Elizabeth Moore are both Louisiana natives who reside in Covington and graduated from Newcomb College in New Orleans. Together they wrote the Pelican titles Mimiis First Mardi Gras, Mimi and Jean-Paulis Cajun Mardi Gras, and Louisiana Indian Tales.
Elizabeth Moore currently resides in Covington, in the state of Louisiana. Elizabeth Moore has an academic affiliation as follows - Philips Research Laboratories, The Netherlands.
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Early Landscapes of Myanmar Jul 4, 2008
The Archaeology of Mainland Southeast Asia: From 10,000 B.C. to the Fall of Angkor (Cambridge World Archaeology) All the books of this author are of great quality as well with regard to the written information as with regard to the photographical aspect. This and the fact I am particularly interested by the archaeology and architecture of Myanmar were the reasons I bought this book. In fact it is a complete study of the archaeological findings in Myanmar containing clear descriptions and quality photographs. After reading this book I am convinced to return to Myanmar to visit some sites (for example Sriksetra) more profoundly so as to understand better the archaeological richness of this part of the world.