Maps from Dutch, English and French cartographers dating back from the 17th century.
The shifting importance of deities in pre-Angkorean Cambodia, and its political meaning.
An essay on ascetic arts and Indic influences in ancient Cambodia and Siam.
While the Angkorian civilization never developed a real monetary system, the kingdoms of Funan and Chenla did use various types...
The Description of Chenla in Chinese sources (in particularly Zhou Daguan) as seen by a French Orientalist
Mainly based on Chinese sources and local inscriptions, the formidable study on the Kingdom of Champa and what it tells...
A sum of early China studies by French Jesuit missionaries, from Tibet to Japan to early Cambodia
Who were the "vassal kings" or "governors" in Cambodia's pre-Angkorian times?
Reconstructing the geographical and political entities in the "Chenla of the Land" and "Chenla of the Water" areas during pre-Angkorean...
Foreword of Paul Pelliot's translation of the 13th century account on Angkor by Chinese diplomat Zhou Daguan.
The end years of Funan revisited by eminent Sanskritist George Coedes.
A stimulating travel blog looking for ancient kingdoms behind the facade of modernity.
South of Phnom Penh, archaelogical research have contributed to a better understanding of the Funan and Chenla periods.
How a constellation of tribes and linguistic systems derivating from Bronze and Iron Ages led to the Angkor civilization.
Usurper or legitimate continuator of the Indravarman dynasty in the 11th century? The case for Suryavarman I.