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Koke-ko-khar-hla site was flourished during the transitional period from Bronze-Age to Iron-Age

Koke-ko-khar-hla site was flourished during the transitional period from Bronze-Age to Iron-Age

Koke-ko-khar-hla Bronze age site is located in Wundwin township of Mekithila District. Excavated finds are bronze and iron implements, skeletons, stone and bone beads, and different types of grave potteries. Study of excavated finds suggest that Koke-ko-khar-hla site was flourished during the transitional period from Bronze-Age to Iron-Age.

(REF : http://www.myanmar.com/Ministry/culture/)

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4 responses to “Koke-ko-khar-hla site was flourished during the transitional period from Bronze-Age to Iron-Age

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  3. Dr. Shwe Lu Maung October 19, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    It will be very interesting to get DNA from these remains and other ancient sites, and contact Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Germany) for sequencing. Anthroplogical molecular biology plays a great role in understanding human civilization as well as evolution.

  4. Dr. Shwe Lu Maung October 19, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    Please notify me the updates. I am a molecular biologist and have great interest in population and evolutionary genetics. I hope you will get an opportunity to extend your research to molecular archaeology or archeological molecular biology. Thank you.

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