How road transportation took precedence over fluvial and lake navigation in the development of 13th-century Angkor.
Archeological and Development Foundation/ Phnom Kulen Project
What the evolution of Old Khmer and Sanskrit terminology tells us about the road and communication system in the Khmer...
An operational study of transport and communication in Angkorian Southeast Asia (9th to 15th centuries CE)
Where was located Chên Li Fu, a Gulf of Siam State under Khmer influence around the years 1200-1250?
The first systematic and multidisciplinary study on demographics in Angkor, concluding that population reached 700 to 900,000 inhabitants at its peak.
Trade and maritime rivalries during the 11th century.
Why the vast, complex hirerarchic and social organization in Angkor never developed its own monetary system.
From 'acharya' to 'yuga', we collect and explain the many archeological, historical, architectural, cultural and religious terms related to Angkorean...
New findings on regional kingdoms with links to Funan, Angkor and the development and collapse of the Khmer Empire.
Stylistic relationship between Khmer architectural ornamentation and jewellery.
The major Khmer archeological sites on Thailand territory listed and briefly commented.
A presentation of the Kingdom of Champa by Georges Maspero, distinguished sinologist and orientalist.
Probably the most complete study on Koh Ker and the reign of Jayavarman IV.
The group of Khmer sanctuaries in the Buriram Province of Thailand has been shortlisted to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
A useful summary of archeological research in Northeastern Thailand at the end of the 1950s
A broad study of politics, economics and the specificity of the Angkorean State.
The end years of Funan revisited by eminent Sanskritist George Coedes.
George Groslier's encyclopaedia-like sum on the Ancient Khmer civilization, "d'après les textes et les monuments depuis les premiers siècles de...
Ground occupation and industrial activity as indicators for the timing of the decline and fall of Angkor as a regional...
Cities and Sanctuaries from the 5th to the 13th Century
How the study of water management through times inform us about population density and social organization in early and medieval...
Siam, Annam, and (indirectly) Cambodia in this recollection of Tsarevich Nikolai II's travel to Asia.
A didactic presentation of the latest research on Angkor demographics.