Two small statues dating to the 10th century were discovered in Banteay Srey last week during the excavation of a water channel.
Angkor worksite reveals 2 statues
Phnom Penh Post, 06 October 2015
Authorities at the Angkor Temple Complex in Siem Reap province yesterday announced the discovery of two statues dating from the 10th century, uncovered during the digging of a water channel.
In a statement released on its website, the Apsara Authority, which runs and manages the Unesco World Heritage site, said the two statues will be sent to archaeologists for research purposes.
“We found them while digging a small canal around the Banteay Srey temple,” said Apsara Authority spokesperson Chao Sun Kerya.
The canal is intended to hold rainwater runoff currently gathering in the temple.
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