The investigation of past cultures of the modern nationstate of Cambodia through the study and scientific analysis of material remains (i.e., osteological, artifactual, architectural, etc.).
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Despite War, Cambodians Protect their National Treasures
The war that swept Cambodia during the past two decades has left its best-known temples and monuments virtually untouched.
Guardian - Cambodia's Forgotten Temples Fall Prey to Looters
News article on how guards now patrol Angkor Wat, but other cultural sites are being plundered daily.
Photographs and a short synopsis of Khmer Empire ceramic art from Asia Art.
Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia
A virtual tour of Khmer Empire antiquities from the National Gallery of Art in Washington (QuickTime).
Tomb raiders and the phantom army
From The Times, A comic book is the latest weapon in the fight against looters.
154 buried Buddha artifacts discovered in Cambodia
From Xinhua, Cambodia's soldiers uncovered 154 miniature Buddhas coated with gold, silver and brass last weekin a plot in Stung Treng province. (March 15, 2005)
Sydney Morning Herald - Ancient temple discovered in jungle
A previously unknown temple is found in the middle of the Cambodian jungle, constructed in dedication to Brahmin beliefs in the ninth or tenth century. (May 06, 2003)
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