Selected Papers from the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists : the British Museum, London, 14th-17th September 2004: Interpreting Southeast Asia's past, monument, image, and text

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NUS Press, 2008 - History - 420 pages
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Interpreting Southeast Asia's Past contains thirty-one chapters selected from papers given at the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists in 2004.
  

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Contents

Moats and Enclosure Walls of the Khmer temples
3
How Many Face Towers in the Bayon?
9
The Date of the Baphuon and the Later Chronology of Angkor
25
Pedestal or Base?
46
The Relationship between Architecture and Sculpture in Cham Sacred Art of the
55
The Archaeology of Champa North of Hue Towards New Perspectives
73
A New Discovery of Sculptural Epic Narration
85
Candi Singasari A Recent Study
100
Heger I Bronze Drums and the Relationships between Dian and Dong Son Cultures
208
Horses in the Dian Culture of Yunnan
225
Kalpand in Ancient Cambodia
241
The Act of Naming Avalokitesvara in Ancient Southeast Asia
263
Putting People
286
Recent Research on DvaravatT Cultural Workshop Sites in Petchaburi Province
306
Chronology of Various Types of Ceramics Based on Some Recent Excavations
323
A Study of Midfirst Millennium CE Southeast Asian Specialized Glass Beadmaking
335

Ancient Gardens and HinduBuddhist Architecture in Java
122
Siva in Burma
137
Buddhist Artifacts Recently Unearthed in Lopburi
156
The Yogims of the Bayon
177
A New Fashion in Male Headdress during East Javanese Majapahit Time
193
Petrographic Characterization of Khmer Sculpture at the National Museum of
357
The Need for Anthropological Approaches to Conservation and Management of
377
The German Apsara Conservation Project at Angkor Wat Stone Conservation
391
About the Authors
409
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Peter D. Sharrock is a senior teaching fellow in the history of art and archaeology at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He is a former journalist who covered the Vietnamese-American War.