via Straits Times, 28 August 2017: A Singaporean spin on the recent, very successful, A+, ISEAS field school at Tonle Sngout.
via Cambodia Daily, 11 August 2017:
After 13 days of excavation that yielded artifacts beyond their dreams, archaeologists and researchers wrapped up work in Angkor Archaeological Park this week. After the excitement of their finds—which included a 1.9-meter statue of a guard and part of a Medicine Buddha—the team now have to get on with the job of assessing what they’ve found.
via Khmer Times, 09 August 2017: More fragments of Buddha images have been found at the Tonle Sngout, which made the news last week because of the impressive discovery of a 6-foot tall sandstone guardian statue. The new fragments include a possible medicine Buddha.
- Angkor Excavation Team Find a Medicine Buddha (Cambodia Daily, 08 August 2017)