Myazedi Quadrilingual Stone Inscription

Documentary heritage submitted by Myanmar and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2015.

© Archaeology and National Museum, Myanmar
Myazedi Quadrilingual stone Inscription. Pillar “A”, “Mon” Face at Museum. Bagan Archaeological Museum.

Located in Bagan Historic city, Myazedi quadrilingual stone inscription is the oldest Myanmar Language inscription documenting the Myanmar history, religion and culture in 12th century A.D. The document is an inscription in four languages, Pyu, Mon, Myanmar and Pali, on each of the four sides.

  • Year of submission: 2014
  • Year of inscription: 2015
  • Country: Myanmar
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