ANGKOR. PHOTO: MARTIN POLKINGHORNE – TAASA Review September 2012

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obtain a 35 metre cross section of the mound.

This long trench exposed many layers of working surfaces for sculpture production and the foundations of a building made of laterite aligned east-west with the western axis of Bakong temple.

The style of the building modenature' is consistent with mid-late 9th century constructions and the workshop appears to have been active during this period...