Pinle (Burmese: ပင်လယ်) is an archaeological excavation site, located in Myittha Township, Mandalay Region, Myanmar.[1] Pinle was a capital of the Myinsaing Kingdom from 1297 to 1313.

Pinle
ပင်လယ်
Pinle is located in Myanmar
Pinle
Pinle
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 21°18′30.83″N 96°12′37.73″E / 21.3085639°N 96.2104806°E / 21.3085639; 96.2104806Coordinates: 21°18′30.83″N 96°12′37.73″E / 21.3085639°N 96.2104806°E / 21.3085639; 96.2104806
Country Burma
DivisionMandalay
DistrictKyaukse District
TownshipMyittha Township
Time zoneUTC+6.30 (MST)

Pinle today is a village on the edge of the walled Pyu complex which is known as Maingmaw.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "More antiques excavated in Pinle Myohaung". The New Light of Myanmar. 2009-11-29.
  2. ^ * Hudson, Bob (2004). "The Origins of Bagan: The archaeological landscape of Upper Burma to AD 1300". Sydney: The University of Sydney: 287. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)