Myanmar script draws its source from Brahmi script which flourished in India from about 500 B.C. to over 300 AD. Myanmar script is basically similar to the Brahmi script.
Here are some of the Myanmar well-known proverbs.
Digging back in history, finding the fact that the Myanmar language itself is now more than 1000 years old, ....
Myanmar script grew and derived from Brahmi script from India. The Myanmar language is now almost 1000 years old, and its development started from about 12th century AD.
The first Myanmar script ever found was a brief Myanmar phrase quoted within a Mon stone inscription. That was Myakan Mon stone inscription by King Kyansitthar saying "Maha Nibban Letswe Chi Ye".
Even though some are not directly adopted, they seems somehow related.
Time doesn't matter in Myanmar for greetings. Myanmar people say the same word wheter it's in the morning, afternoon, or an evening.
Some famous linguists like Edwin Pulleyblank believe that there are certain relationship between Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman and the Athabascan group of Native American languages, including Navaho, Apache, Eskimo ethnic tribes.
In 1480 A.D, Dhammazedi, King of the Mon People of Myanmar had a vast bell cast in bronze and given to the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon (then known as Dagon). According to texts of the time, the bell was cast of 180,000 vies of metal which included silver and gold as well as copper and tin. (One ton equals approximately 600 viss so the bell was cast from about 300 tons ol metal).
One might wonder to know that 45 million people speak 111 languages in Myanmar. Majority of Myanmars speak Myanmar language.