Campā Epigraphical Data on Polities and Peoples of Ancient Myanmar

@article{Griffiths2013CampED,
  title={Campā Epigraphical Data on Polities and Peoples of Ancient Myanmar},
  author={Arlo Griffiths and Amandine Lepoutre},
  journal={Journal of Burma Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={373 - 390}
}
The inscriptions of ancient Campā written in Old Cam language show names that seem to denote certain polities and/or ethnic groups of ancient Myanmar: Pukām (Pagan) and Davāy (Dawei). Possibly they show a further polity but the term in question, Lauv, could denote ancient Laos, China or Lawa. Our recent study of inscriptions containing these names allows for the correction of certain mistaken historical interpretations that are currently accepted among scholars of ancient Myanmar. For more than… 
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