The 2001 excavation campaign at Phum Snay, a prehistoric archeological site discovered the previous year.
The shifting importance of deities in pre-Angkorean Cambodia, and its political meaning.
An epigraphic study on one of the major urban centers preceding Angkor, Hariharalaya.
A useful synthesis of what we know about Mainland Southeast Asia before the development of larger polities, cities-states and empires
Entry#9 in Khmer Art Worldwide Collection
When a specifically Khmer statuary art, distinct from mere Indian sculpture replicas, started to emerge.
The proto-historic Khmer culture reflected through the Phum Snay excavations
Revisiting the Pong Tuk site in West-Central Thailand, initially explored by G. Coedes (1927) and H. G. Quaritch Wales (1936).
Searching the source of the Khmer civilization in the Mekong Delta.
Who were the "vassal kings" or "governors" in Cambodia's pre-Angkorian times?
Burial sites show early similarities between different cultures around Southeast Asia.
An exploration of pre-Angkorean urban cities, witth a focus on Ishanapura (Sambor Prei Kuk) and Mahendraparvata (Phnom Kulen).
George Groslier's encyclopaedia-like sum on the Ancient Khmer civilization, "d'après les textes et les monuments depuis les premiers siècles de...
A stimulating travel blog looking for ancient kingdoms behind the facade of modernity.
Entry #7 in Khmer Art Worldwide
How Indic and Chinese influences combined in early Southeast Asia.