A major study on regional and global trade historic phases, their impact on development of polities and kingdoms around 1th-16th...
Adventurer and gifted explorer William Dampier's view on early Southeast Asia
How legendary animal figures, in particular makara and dragons, evolved in Cambodia under Javanese and Chinese influences, finding new, genuine...
Epigraphical Texts and Sculptural Steles Produced under the Vīrabhadravarmadevas of 15th-Century Campā
Inscriptions reflect a unified and diverse Kingdom of Champa in the 15th century, before its collapse.
Gongs, Bells, and Cymbals: The Archaeological Record in Maritime Asia from the ninth to the seventeenth centuries
The circulation of musical instruments around Asia, in particular those in bronze, and what it tells us about regional trade...
A reference study on early Cambodia, Angkor civilization and its links to Indian culture.
A lively description of mainland Southeast Asia in the 1820s.
From protohistory to traditional craftmanship, from Burma to Sulawesi, a rich collection of studies in Southeast Asia arts.
Mainly based on Chinese sources and local inscriptions, the formidable study on the Kingdom of Champa and what it tells...
A major essay on Southeast Asian trade roads and the growing involvement of agrarian States in worlwide commerce, 7th-14th centuries...
Were the builders of Phimai following a "visual narrative program"?
Usurper or legitimate continuator of the Indravarman dynasty in the 11th century? The case for Suryavarman I.
Udayādityavarman Ier : Une énigme au début du XI e siècle au Cambodge (The Udayadityavarman I Enigma)
Was the short-lasting King Udayadiyavarman, successor of Jayavarman V, coming from Bali and Java?
Политическая история и политическая организация раннесредневековой Индонезии (V–начало X в.) | Early Indonesian States, 5th-10th centuries
На островах Индонезии в V–VIII вв. сложились индиани-зированные ранние государства.
ПУТЕШЕСТВІЕ ГОСУДАРЯ ИМПЕРАТОРА НИКОЛАЯ II НА ВОСТОКЪ (ВЪ 1890—1891) | Travel of Emperor Nikolai II to the East
Siam, Annam, and (indirectly) Cambodia in this recollection of Tsarevich Nikolai II's travel to Asia.