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
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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