Melanges sur l'Archéologie du Cambodge
by Bernard Philippe Groslier
Language : French10th edition - 287 pages - Hardback Bulletin de l'Ecole française d'Extreme-Orient
Close friend of King Norodom Sihanouk´s since childhood, Bernard Philippe Groslier, born in Cambodia the son of famous Khmerologist George Groslier, shares extensive notations on several archeological sites within the Angkor perimeter.
Detailed insights on archeological methodology in the 1960s, still a pioneer area in the discovering of the scope and complexity of Angkorian civilization.
About the Author
Bernard Philippe Groslier
Son of Cambodia National Museum's founder George Groslier, Bernard Philippe Groslier (1926-1986) was the Curator of Angkor Monuments from 1960 until 1975. Archeologist and explorer, he has led the excavations and mapping process at Angkor Thom.
His book Angkor, Hommes et Pierres (Paris, 1968) remains a major reference for Angkor researchers. He also contributed several monographies on Khmer inscriptions, sculptures and architectural vestiges.
See Bernard Philippe Groslier's obituary in The Washington Post here.