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Dawn Rooney
There before You - Angkor Observed
Orchid Press: Bangkok 2001
Paperback, 239 Seiten, 46 Farbabbildungen, 26 s/w-Abbildungen, 10 Zeichnungen, 8 Karten, Bibliographie, Index.
ISBN 974-8304-79-5

This is the second book in the series THERE BEFORE YOU. It consists of a selection of early travellers' impressions of the Khmer empire's ancient, 12th century capital and the legends that inspired the majestic stone temples of Angkor, which were described by a visitor in the 1920s as "the most impressive sight in the world of edifices". The work brings to the reader out-of-print impression of early western travellers, and also includes tales and legends based on an oral tradition, published for the first time. It serves as a guide-book companion, as an introduction to Angkor and as supplementary reading following a visit. It is also of interest to the arm-chair traveller unable to venture as far afield as Cambodia. The author has a PhD in art history, and has written several books on Southeast Asian art and culture, including Angkor. An Introduction to the Temples (1994). "Go to Angkor, my friend, to its ruins and its dreams." (P. Jeannerat de Beerski, 1923).

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David Snellgrove
Khmer Civilization and Angkor
Orchid Press: Bangkok 2001.
Paperback, 170 Seiten, 80 Abbildungen, 5 Karten.
ISBN 974-8304-95-7

This book is intended for visitors to Cambodia and indeed for anyone who is interested in a brief account of the history and culture of this once great empire. David Snellgrove, Professor Emeritus of the University of London and Fellow of the British Academy, is mainly known for his publications concerning Indian and Tibetan Buddhism and various Himalayan regions, especially Dolpo and Ladakh. After his retirement from the University of London in 1982, he embarked upon a new series of research-journeys in South-East Asia, first spending much time in Indonesia with subsidiary visits to Thailand and Malaysia, and then from 1995 onwards in Cambodia. During his years in Cambodia, the author has traveled widely in the country, and also visited many of the archaeological sites in Thailand that bear witness to a vast extent of Khmer civilization. In addition, the author, driven by his well-known intellectual curiosity and seemingly boundless energy, has read widely in order to place the many sites visited in the proper historical context.

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