Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies Number 1

APSARA. Softcover. 8.5 x 11", 303 pp., numerous illustrations, some in color, paper, Phom Penh, 2000. Item #17750
ISBN: 1588860477

Udaya is a journal written to serve some of the documentation and information needs of Authority for the Protection and Management of the Region of Angkor / Siem Reap (APSARA Authority) and of other institutions or individual. It provides information, conception and realization of a great variety of culture-related project and activities in Cambodia.

Contents:

  • Khmer Earthernware in Mainland Southeast Asia: An Approach through Production by Louise Cort and Leedom Lefferts
  • Pre-Angkor Earthernware: Ceramics from Cambodia's Mekong Delta by Miriam Stark
  • Nouvelles analyses de la ceramique khmere du Palais royal d'Angkor Thom: Etude preliminaire by Marc Franiatte
  • L'evolution de la couverture de tuile a Angkor du IXe au XVIe siecle by Jacques Dumarcay
  • Khmer Ceramics: Their Role in Ankorian Society by Dawn Rooney
  • The Ceramics Section of the Department of Plastic Arts, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh by Ingrid Muan and Ly Daravuth
  • Preliminary Report on Ceramics Recovered from the Northern 'Library' of the Bayon Complex, Angkor Thom by Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor
  • Recent Research on Kiln Sites in Angkor Area by Agency of Cultural Affairs, Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute, Japan and the APSARA Authority
  • Excavation of a Khmer Ceramic Kiln Site: Report of the Investigation of Kiln B1, Tani Kiln Complex by Sophia University Angkor International Mission, Tokyo
  • Report on Archaeological Research at Chau Say Tevoda Temple, Angkor by Chinese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor
  • The Ceramics Collection at Preah Khan Temple by World Monuments Fund Preah Khan Conservation Project.

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