Archeological and Development Foundation/ Phnom Kulen Project
About the main structure in the "City on the Hill", Mahendraparvata, built by Jayavarman II upon the Kulen Plateau.
Inscriptions du Phnom Kulen: Corpus existant et inscriptions inédites, une mise en contexte / Phnom Kulen Inscriptions
20 inscriptions in the Phnom Kulen area tell us about the persistence of religious traditions associated to the 'temple-mountain' from...
L'art du Kulen et les débuts de la statuaire angkorienne / Kulen Art and the Origins of Angkorian Statuary
When a specifically Khmer statuary art, distinct from mere Indian sculpture replicas, started to emerge.
The spatial development of pre-Angkorean and Angkorean religious and social systems in a vast area spreading from Tonle Sap Lake...
Quelques aspects du chamanisme et des cultes de possession en Asie du Sud-Est (Shamanism and Mediums in Southeast Asia)
Shamanism, trance and medium practices across Southeast Asia, a study by famous ethnologist Georges Condominas.
Decrypting the enigmatic urban project of Koh Ker with two leading architectural historians from the Japan-APSARA Team for Safeguarding Angkor.
The Vihear (Monastery) Phnom Bei, Kulen foothills.
Water, Ritual, and Prosperity at the Classical Capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th to 14th Centuries CE)
Water management in Ancient Bagan, with interesting parallels with archaelogical findings at Kbal Spean, Phnom Kulen.