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Angkor sacred Mountain of Kings

Six Centuries of Splendor
For 600 years, Angkor endured as the capital of the Khmer Empire.More than a city, it was a technological marvel of huge reservoirs and irrigation canals, continually replenished by waters flowing abundantly from sacred Mount Kulen. Working in tandem with seasonal floods from Tonle Sap Lake, this great water system provided the Empire with enormous agricultural wealth. Angkor, the lush metropolis of water which was the source of this wealth, was revered as a divine city and gift of providence.
Angkor Sacred Mountains of Kings
ISBN: 9789748813653
Binding: Hardback
Languages: English
Pages: 187
Dimension : 26.40 cm x 30.50 cm
Price: US $60

Angkor Wat: Mythical World of Forest and Water
(Facsimile edition)
ISBN: 9789748102306
Languages: Japanese
Pages: 264 p
Dimension : 19 cm (B6)
Price: US $