Angkor: The Khmers in Ancient Chinese Annals
A coffee-table book of stunning art photographs of the temple complex at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Peter Yung's Angkor is an indispensable addition to the libraries of archaeologists, photographers, and travellers to South-East Asia. The accompanying text, based on translations of the visits to Angkor of ancient Chinese travellers, complete this tribute to one of the world's greatest wonders.
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