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Myanmar's earliest Maritime Silk Road port-settlements revealed

  • Bérénice Bellina (a1), Maung Sun Win (a2), Kalayar Myat Myat Htwe (a3), Htet Myat Thu (a2), Cristina Castillo (a4), Camille Colonna (a5), Laure Dussubieux (a6), Aude Favereau (a1) (a7), Emiri Miyama (a8), Baptiste Pradier (a1), Thomas Oliver Pryce (a1), Sachipan Srikanlaya (a9) and Elisabeth Trivière (a1) (a10)...

Abstract

This article presents the results of the first excavations at Maliwan and Maliwan, the earliest port-settlements from southern Myanmar in the Isthmus of Kra, showing their involvement in extensive networks as far as the West and China during the last centuries BC.

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Bellina, B. (ed.). 2017. Khao Sam Kaeo: a late prehistoric early port-city between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea (Mémoires Archéologiques 28). Paris: Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient.
Bellina, B. & Sinopoli, C.M. (ed.). 2018. Special issue: the Late Prehistoric port-of-trade of Khao Sek (Chumphon province, Thailand) and its implications for the understanding of early trade polities in Maritime Southeast Asia. Archaeological Research in Asia 13: 178.

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