Early Py Culture, 200-300 CE Lower Myanmar
A beautiful,big size carnelian ritual bead with an agate plaque on the one side from the early Pyu Culture,200-300 CE, Lower Myanmar. Original, ancient, hand cutting,carving,dying,boring and grinding. It beautiful colour is original, natural one.The holes are ancient, handmade, irregular, funnel-shaped. Nice ancient patina! D : 22 mm
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From the collection of Dr.Zelnik . Acquisition in Yangoon , 1975.
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This lot comes from the unique collection of Dr. István Zelnik.
Former diplomat, Asian Arts collector, Researcher
Founder and president of the Zelnik István Southeast-Asian Gold Museum
The largest private collection of Asian art resulting from more than 50 years of collecting
Publications of Dr István Zelnik:
More than 20 essays on Southeast-Asian politics and economy, presentations on international conferences
Co-author of 10 albums and books on Southeast Asian Art.
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The Tibeto-Burman speaking Pyu people migrated in approx. the 8th Century from China into Burma and are the county’s earliest recorded inhabitants.
Most of pre-Pyu Culture flourished around the Samon Valley in central Myanmar.
They established the Pyu kingdom which remained powerful and influential for a millennium.
The kingdom established important trade ties with the Chinese and Indians from whom they adopted some practices such as Buddhism.
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