A new exhibition at the National Museum of Cambodia reveals the results of two excavations investigating the pre-Angkorian period.
Distant past at National Museum
Phnom Penh Post, 06 May 2009
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The latest exhibition at the National Museum of Cambodia provides an interesting opportunity to delve into Cambodia’s mysterious pre-Angkorian past.
“Angkor Ancestors” showcases artefacts excavated from two sites in Siem Reap province, both of which have unveiled new findings that have significantly improved understanding of pre-Angkorian life.
L’Ecole francaise d’Extreme-Orient (EFEO) has been excavating the two sites near the Western Baray reservoir of Siem Reap since 2003.