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1959- khu Bissa ṇuiʺ mruiʹ hoṅʻʺ ’a tvaṅʻʺ tūʺ phoʻ mhu pa ṅā ma ’a cī raṅʻ cā = Preliminary report on the excavation at Peikthanomyo, 1959 / by Aung Thaw
Bib ID 1183351
Format BookBook
Author
Aung Thaw, U
 
Description Rangoon : Archaeological Survey of Burma, [1959?] 
[18], 9 p., [20] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill.,1 map, plans ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Caption title: Preliminary report on the excavation at Vishnu City, 1959.

Text in Burmese script and English.

Subjects Excavations (Archaeology) - Burma - Beikthano (Ancient city)  |  Beikthano (Ancient city)  |  Burma - Antiquities.
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Preliminary report on the excavation at Peikthanomyo, 1959

Preliminary report on the excavation at Vishnu City, 1959.

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