Report on ceramics conservation and scientific course for staff training at the Eco-Global Museum, June-August 2013
Tomb excavations around Angkor and Phnom Kulen areas show a persistent presence of ceramic objects imported from China.
An English translation of Bernard-Philippe Groslier's notes on Chinese ceramics in Southeast Asia
How ceramics and pottery techniques at Angkor Borei reflect the commercial and political contexts in the Lower Mekong Area during...
Locally-made ceramics in Bayon and Banteay Chhmar bas-reliefs.
150 items from Khmer ceramics private collections
The earliest attempt to catalog the National Museum of Cambodia vast collection
The proto-historic Khmer culture reflected through the Phum Snay excavations
Ground occupation and industrial activity as indicators for the timing of the decline and fall of Angkor as a regional...