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International Journal of Asian Studies, ISSN 1479-5914, 07/2012, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 147 - 176
This article substantiates for the first time that Tay (Shan) script was written on a Ming dynasty scroll dated 1407. In the past, Tay scholars have assumed... 
Ahom Script | Buddhism | Burmese Influence | Polity | Mäng | Tay Script | Maaw | Art | Cultural values | Borrowing | Painting | Studies | Burmese | Chinese history | Writing | Chinese | Politics | Antiquarian materials | Paleography | Scrolls
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES, ISSN 1479-5914, 2012, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 147 - 176
This article substantiates for the first time that Tay (Shan) script was written on a Ming dynasty scroll dated 1407. In the past, Tay scholars have assumed... 
Tay Script | ASIAN STUDIES | Mang Maaw Polity | Ahom Script | Burmese Influence | Buddhism | writing systems | Burmese language | Shan language | alphabet | 1400-1499 | lexicology
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Asian Ethnicity, ISSN 1463-1369, 07/2016, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp. 353 - 369
In the oral narratives of the Konyak and other Naga groups, the story of a woman is told who got married to an Ahom prince of the Assam plains and became a... 
Konyak | narratives | Northeast India | scriptualisation | identity | Naga | oral tradition | Ahom
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The Journal of Asian Studies, ISSN 0021-9118, 2/2006, Volume 65, Issue 1, pp. 33 - 60
Saikia follows the movement to establish Tai-Ahom self-consciousness and political identity in Assam, an identity that challenges the religious, geographical,... 
Celebrations | Buddhism | Cultural history | Lungs | Communities | Nostalgia | Southeast Asian culture | Cultural identity | Identity Papers | Hindus | Political identity | CHINA | AREA STUDIES | POLITICS | folk belief systems | Assam | Tai identity | Ahoms | Phra Lung | Thailand | religion | India | Evaluation | Religion and politics | Hinduism | Collective memory | Memory | Religion | Asian history | Politics | Thai | Self concept
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