Excavations related to medicine and healthcare in Angkorean times.
Angkorian legacy played a central part in the building of national identity and cultural fabric of independent Cambodia.
The god-figure of Hevajra in the puzzling temple complex of Banteay Chhmar, northwest of Angkor.
Tantrism influence in Angkor-era medical theories and practice.
A stimulating study in religious mutations during the King-Builder's reign
4 guardian lions unearthed on the 12th century archeological site of Banteay Chhmar.
A study in the only four statuary representations of a major Angkorian sovereign.
Entry #5 in Khmer Art Worldwide Collection
A fundamental study on the 'Bayon style' of architecture, which still helps us in better understanding the evolution of Jayavarman...
Centered on the Bayon, a diachronic reinterpretation of historical assumptions about the reign of Jayavarman VII, and Angkor during the...
Since 1903, statues and bas-reliefs picturing King Jayavarman VII have been extensively studied. This essay summarizes theories and stimulates further research.
A synthesis of the architectural history of Prasat Banteay Chhmar, the 'temple-garrison'.
The multiple female figures in a relatively small temple erected by Jayavarman VII
The quest for the 'Jayavarman's Triad', by a celebrated Southeast Asian Art historian and curator.
The interaction between Tantric Buddhism as developed in the Khorat region of Siam and its Khmer versions across what is...