MYTH AND HISTORY IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF EARLY BURMA. Paradigms, Primary Sources, and Prejudices

By: Aung-Thwin, Michael

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Athens, Ohio Univ. Center for International Studies, (1998). Wrappers, map, pp. xi, 220. Fine. ISBN 0 89680 201 9. After a careful re-reading of primary sources in Old Burmese, the author concludes that four of five key events that took place during the Kingdom of Pagan, considered the most important in the history of early Burma, are in fact inventions of late-nineteenth and twentieth century colonial historians. The fifth is a genuine myth, but it too has been embellished by modern historians.

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