One of the major must-read studies on Cambodia history.
"An amazing way to connect to the past".
EFEO is developing the digitization of the Conservation d'Angkor Archives, from 1908 to 1992.
A useful online resource for researchers and Angkor lovers.
History lecture on Angkor Wat by Dr Chanratana Chen
Angkorian legacy played a central part in the building of national identity and cultural fabric of independent Cambodia.
Angkor's First Photographers in 1860's Colonial Intrigues
More than half of the some 1,200 Khmer inscriptions retrieved and deciphered are searchable online and indexed by location, date, idiom.
The goddesses and women of Angkor.Scholarly, artistic and literary musings in the realm of devatas and apsaras.
Class structure, politics and economical power in pre-colonial Cambodia.
Archaeologist Christophe Pottier and Archivist MEY Sovannara present the Conservation d'Angkor archives, a real historic treasure.
The first study ever to address the place of women in Cambodian history, or what lays behind the Apsara Smile.
Impressive collection of period photos capturing Angkor Wat, as well as cultural and daily life through Cambodia history.
SEAArch: keep being posted about latest archaelogy findings and cultural events across Southeast Asia.
A major contribution to the cultural history of Cambodia, augmented republication of 1960 and 1970 English and Khmer collections of culinary recipes.
Cities and Sanctuaries from the 5th to the 13th Century
Lidar exploration shows a "template of Angkor Wat" high on the Phnom Kulen plateau.
Another translation of the most ancient account of the life in Angkor by the Chinese merchant and traveler Zhou Daguan