Historians, archaeologists discuss Stone Age historical process

A coordination meeting on the Stone Age historical process took place at the Yangon Branch of the Department of Archaeology and National Museum on 13 and 14 June.
Vice-Chairman-2 Dr Toe Hla of the Myanmar Historical Commission explained the Stone Age historical process among the draft historical processes compiled by Myanmar historians whereas Principal U Win Kyaing of Archaeology Technological Training School in Pyay reported on results from the surveys in Stone Age’s research.
All participants discussed the situation of the Stone Age process started by Anyathian culture approximately 750,000 to 275,000 years ago, firm pieces of evidence and calculation of age based on scientific dating. The process includes periods of Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic cultures. The second meeting will be added with supplementary discussions.
Likewise, the meeting on Pyu historical process of Myanmar history will take place from 20 to 22 June. Enthusiasts and scholars may join the discussions by holding their research findings and firm shreds of evidence.
Participants are to enlist at the director of the Yangon Branch of the department by dialling 09-5061831 or [email protected] —MNA

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