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Diachronic modeling of the population within the medieval Greater Angkor Region settlement complex

by Sarah Klassen

A groundbreaking study summarizing the latest findings in archaeology, LIDAR explorations and historical research.

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The Origins of the Sukhodaya (Sukhot'ai) Art

by H.G. Quaritch Wales

A well-balanced study on cultural and artistic exchanges around ancient Southeast Asia, summarizing the author's original view on the Indianization process

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Language: English

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Chinese ceramics in SE Asia: Methodological considerations (Translation)

by Bernard Philippe Groslier & Aedeen Cremin

An English translation of Bernard-Philippe Groslier's notes on Chinese ceramics in Southeast Asia

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Language: English

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Indochina, ‘Greater France’ and the 1931 Colonial Exhibition in Paris

by Marco R. Deyasi
'Angkor Wat in Blue, White and Red' Since the first 1867 Paris Exposition coloniale, Angkor, or an "ersatz Angkor" --...
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Language: English

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Angkor Thom, une utopie réalisée? | Angkor Thom, a Fulfilled Utopia?

by Jacques Gaucher

Structuration de l'espace et modèle indien d'urbanisme dans le Cambodge ancien | Space Organization and Indian urbanistic model in Ancient Cambodia

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Language: French

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Survey of the Southern Provinces of Cambodia in the Pre-Angkor Era

by Haksrea Kuoch

South of Phnom Penh, archaelogical research have contributed to a better understanding of the Funan and Chenla periods.

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Language: English

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Organisation religieuse et profane du temple khmer du VIIeme au XIIIeme siècle | The Khmer Temple in the 7th-13th centuries, Religious and Secular Organization

by Dominique Soutif

The ceremonial and social role of the temple space in early Cambodia reconstructed through inscriptions

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Language: French

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The Power of Images: Coin Portraits of Roman Emperors on Jewellery Pendants in Early Southeast Asia

by Brigitte Borell-Seidel

The drive for image imitation in jewelry items and the early Southeast Asian maritime routes

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Language: English

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カンボジア, アンコールトム城門の建造過程 | The Building Phases of Gates at Angkor Thom

by Hiroki Hattori & Shin-ichi Nishimoto & Sokuntheary So & Takeshi Nakagawa

The three stages of the building of Angkor Thom gates

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Language: Japanese

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Dix-huit mois de recherches archéologiques au Cambodge | Archaelogical Research, a 18-month campaign in Cambodia

by Robert Dalet

Far from Angkor, an archeological journey through Cambodia that led to many important discoveries in the 1930s

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Language: French

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2017 Inventory of Khmer Inscriptions

by Dominique Soutif & Julia Estève

With 1,360 entries, this inventory of Khmer inscriptions will be soon updated, reaching 1,562 'K." numbers

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Language: French

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从《真腊风土记》看古代柬埔寨与云南 少数民族佛教乐舞 | A Comparison of Buddhist Music and Dance Between Ancient Cambodian and Yunnan Minority Peoples

by Minkang Yang & Angkor Database

A fascinating study on Khmer and Yunnan minority interconnection through music and dance

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Languages: English, Chinese

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The Mystery of Hon Ba (Hon Chuong) Cham Tower

Hon Chuong Tower, also known as Hon Ba or Ba Chang, is on the peak of Ba Mountain, over 72...
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Language: English

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The Jesuits in Cambodia: A Look into Cambodian Religiousness

by Vanessa Loureiro

How did Franciscan, Dominican and Jesuit missionaries interact with the rulers of Cambodia?

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Languages: English, Portuguese

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Chronologie des Rois du Cambodge | Kings of Cambodia Chronology

by Angkor Database

From Antoine Brébion's Dictionnaire de Bio-Bibliographie, Paris, 1935

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Language: French

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“高棉的微笑”柬埔寨古代文物与艺术展 | Khmer Smile: Cambodian Ancient Cultural Relics and Arts

The Guangdong Museum 2015 exhibition was the first time Khmer artwork from the Funan, Zhenla and Angkorian periods were showcased in China.

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Language: Chinese

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The Major Role of the Mons in Southeast Asia

by Nai Pan Hla

Mon and Mon-Khmer tribes came from the North, not from the South: new insights on an old controversy among linguists and historians.

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Language: English

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The Botanist's Corner

by Pauline Dy Phon & Pascal Medeville & Angkor Database

Angkor Database 'Botanist's Corner' aspires at furthering the titanic work initiated by Cambodian botanist Pauline Dy Pho

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关于《真腊风土记》的作者周达观 | About Zhou Daguan, Author of "Zhenla Fengtu Ji"

by Lisheng Duan & Lin Bo & Angkor Database

Who really was Zhou Daguan, the first chronicler of Angkor at its peak in 1296 CE?

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Languages: English, Chinese

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Four Culinary Recipes Shared by Princess Norodom Rasmi Sobbhana in 1955

by Princess Rasmi Sobbhana Norodom

Five years before the publication of her first collection of Cambodian recipes in English and French, a sample of Princess Rasmi Sobbhana's culinary art

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Language: French

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Diachronic modeling of the population within the medieval Greater Angkor Region settlement complex

by Sarah Klassen & Damian Evans & Roland Fletcher & Christophe Pottier & Miriam T. Stark & Alison K. Carter & Piphal Heng & Martin Polkinghorne

The first systematic and multidisciplinary study on demographics in Angkor, concluding that population reached 700 to 900,000 inhabitants at its peak.

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