More than half of the some 1,200 Khmer inscriptions retrieved and deciphered are searchable online and indexed by location, date, idiom.
An epigraphic study on one of the major urban centers preceding Angkor, Hariharalaya.
From stone inscriptions to actual books on paper, the terminology of written words and their support
'Khmer heritage research and documentation: Building a digital corpus of archaeological and epigraphic data'.
20 inscriptions in the Phnom Kulen area tell us about the persistence of religious traditions associated to the 'temple-mountain' from...
How we can understand (or not) the names of ancient Khmer temples, settlements and landmarks in their modern forms.
Audio collection of lectures given by eminent researchers in Khmer Studies
Une étude épigraphique du VI au XIV eme siecles | Epigraphic studies from the 6th to the 14th century.
What make the ancient inscriptions of Cambodia so particular.
Searching the source of the Khmer civilization in the Mekong Delta.
A great online resource for inscriptions in the languages of south, central and south-east Asia
The prestigious publication in Thai and Southeast Asian studies now online.
Preliminary introduction to the Inscriptions, Graffiti, Marks and Sketched Designs in Prasat Top Lech, previously known as Monument 486.
Famous relation of the January 1860 visit to Angkor site, in the original version and edition.