The Civilization of Angkor

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In the late sixteenth century, a mythical encounter was reported on an elephant hunt in the dense jungle north of the Tonle Sap, or Great Lake, of central Cambodia. King Satha of Cambodia and his retainers were beating a path through the undergrowth when they were halted by stone giants, and then a massive wall. The King, the fable reported, ordered 6,000 men to bring down the wall, thereby exposing the city of Angkor - 'lost' for over a century. Subsequent reports from Portuguese missionaries described its four gateways, ...

The Civilization of Angkor 2004, University of California Press

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Civilization of Angkor 2002, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

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