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In this edition of rojak, we feature not one, but two digital recreations of ancient sites in Cambodia, along with other interesting things picked up from the web on the archaeology of Southeast Asia.

  • Trista di Genova writes about the prehistory of Taiwan, and how Taiwan plays a central role in the dispersal theory of Austronesian-speaking peoples into Southeast Asia.
  • Explore Singapore’s medieval past in the 14th Century Fort Canning Walk.
  • Take a video tour of Ancient Angkor in this 3-D recreation by Monash University entitled Cambodia’s Medieval Splendour.
  • Still in Cambodia conducting fieldwork, Alison shows us what she’s been up to surveying in Takeo Province.
  • Another digital recreation of a site Cambodia, this time by the University of California in Berkeley shows us a virtual tour of Sambor Prei Kuk.

In this series of occasional rojaks (published on Wednesdays) I feature other sites in the blogosphere that are related to archaeology in Southeast Asia. Got a recommendation for the next Wednesday rojak? Email me!

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One Reply to “Wednesday Rojak #62 – The Digital Recreation edition”

  1. Thank you so much for mentioning Virtual SPK! I’ve wrote a longer review on it over at Heritage Key, from my own experience with King Tut Virtual, feel free to check it out. But err.. did I say THANK YOU! already? 😉

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