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trefwoorden: 1e eeuw - stad - 10e eeuw - Burma
A recent archaeological discovery suggests that a tribe known to the Chinese as the "Gold Teeth" may have acquired its name literally.
Farmers in Halin, a first-millenium A.D. walled city 40 miles north of Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), discovered a skeleton with eight upper teeth decorated with gold. Chinese historical records mention a "Gold Teeth" tribe living in the area between Burma and what is now the Chinese province of Yunnan over a thousand years ago.
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