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via SEA Globe, 18 July 2018:

While Cambodia is synonymous with the famous temple complex Angkor Wat, the post-Angkorian period is far less studied. Considered to be a dark time in the Kingdom’s history, an ongoing excavation at the country’s former capital city Longvek – now just a small village – offers evidence to suggest otherwise

Source: The little-known history of Cambodia’s ‘dark age’ – Southeast Asia Globe Magazine

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