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
Xinhua, 06 May 2009
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.