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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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From Colonial Maps to Visitor's Parcours

by Michael S. Falser

A critical interpretation of earlier travel guidebooks and mapping operations as colonial appropriation of the Angkorean space.

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Language: English

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Animaux fantastiques de l'Indochine, de l'Insulinde et de la Chine

by Gilberte de Coral-Rémusat

How legendary animal figures, in particular makara and dragons, evolved in Cambodia under Javanese and Chinese influences, finding new, genuine forms.

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Language: French

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Water, Ritual, and Prosperity at the Classical Capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th to 14th Centuries CE)

by Pyiet Phyo Kyaw & Gyles Iannone

Water management in Ancient Bagan, with interesting parallels with archaelogical findings at Kbal Spean, Phnom Kulen.

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Languages: English, Burmese

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Ceramic Collection and Conservation from the Preah Vihear Area

by Sokha Tep

Report on ceramics conservation and scientific course for staff training at the Eco-Global Museum, June-August 2013

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Languages: English, Khmer

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Solstice Alignments at Angkor Wat and Nearby Temples: Connecting to the Cycles of Time

by William F. Romain

Comparative solstice alignement of seven major Angkorean monuments in relation to Phnom Kulen and Kbal Spean

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Language: English

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Les curieuses inscriptions du Cambodge (Curious Cambodian Inscriptions)

by Éric Bourdonneau

What make the ancient inscriptions of Cambodia so particular.

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Language: French

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Le procédé des emprunts aux styles passés dans l'art khmer

by Gilberte de Coral-Rémusat

The alternance of "bright" and "dull" periods in Khmer sculptuary art.

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Language: French

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Facts and Fiction: The Myth of Suvaṇṇabhūmi Through the Thai and Burmese Looking Glass

by Nicolas Revire

More about Suvarnabhumi (Sanskrit) or Suvaṇṇabhūmi (Pali), the 'Golden Land' that attracted Indian sailors to the east.

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Language: English

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The Place of Animism within Popular Buddhism in Cambodia: the Example of the Monastery

by Ang Choulean

The Cambodian monastery as a sacred territory where animist forces combine with Theravada canon.

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Language: English

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New Observations at P’ong Tuk and Ongoing Issues with the Conceptualization of Dvāravatī

by Wesley S. Clarke

Revisiting the Pong Tuk site in West-Central Thailand, initially explored by G. Coedes (1927) and H. G. Quaritch Wales (1936).

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Language: English

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Trompets & Horns from 12th and 16th Centuries Angkor

by Patrick Kersalé

Reconstitution-revival of trumpets and horns as observed on Angkor Wat and Bayon bas-reliefs

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Languages: English, French

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Top-down and bottom-up water management: A diachronic model of changing water management strategies at Angkor

by Sarah Klassen & Damian Evans

How the study of water management through times inform us about population density and social organization in early and medieval Angkor.

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Language: English

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The Western Top Temple’s Stone Blocks

by Sok Keo Sovannara

Preliminary introduction to the Inscriptions, Graffiti, Marks and Sketched Designs in Prasat Top Lech, previously known as Monument 486.

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Language: English

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Temple Models and Simulated Context in a Virtual Angkor

by Tom Chandler & Martin Polkinghorne

'Through the visualisation lens': how can we get closer to a valid representation of the Ancient Khmer temples with new technological resources?

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Language: English

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A Chant Has Nine Lives: The Circulation of Theravada Liturgies in Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam

by Trent Walker

Cultural and geographical variations of the Theravada liturgy, chanting and rituals in Southeast Asia.

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Language: English

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Portrait of King Jayavarman VII

by Sophorn Vern

Since 1903, statues and bas-reliefs picturing King Jayavarman VII have been extensively studied. This essay summarizes theories and stimulates further research.

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Language: English

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A Visit to the Ruined Cities and Buildings of Cambodia

by Adolf P. W. Bastian

An early exploration of Angkor and surrounding temples by German anthropologist Adolf Bastian.

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Language: English

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Les dieux du Phnom Bok (Gods of Phnom Bok)

by Pierre Baptiste

Among the greatest achievments of ancient Khmer sculptors, the gods of Phnom Bok images are kept at Musée Guimet, Paris.

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Language: French

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A History of Siamese Music Reconstructed From Western Documents, 1505-1932

by Chonpairot Jarernchai & Terry E. Miller

Burmese and Khmer influences on Siamese musical forms and instruments.

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Language: English

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