Documentation of a Pyu inscription (PYU158) on a silver bowl held at the National Museum (Naypyidaw) (Burmese: အမျိုးသားပြတိုက် (နေပြည်တော်)).
South East Asian Archaeology
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Abstract<p>This data set includes photographs (.jpg) documenting the Pyu inscription (inventory number PYU158) on a silver bowl held at the held at the National Museum (Naypyidaw) (Burmese: အမျိုးသားပြတိုက် (နေပြည်တော်). The photographer was James Miles or Archeovision, working on behalf of the Pyu epigraphy sub-project (PI, Nathan W. Hill of SOAS University of London) of the ERC synergy grant "Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State" (Identifier: ASIA 609823) in collaboration with the project "From Vijayapuri to Sriksetra? The Beginnings of Buddhist Exchange across the Bay of Bengal as Witnessed by Inscriptions from Andhra Pradesh and Myanmar" (PI Arlo Giffiths of the EFEO) funded by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation.</p>