Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies Number 2. Choulean Ang, Ashley Thompson.

Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies Number 2

APSARA. Softcover. 8.5 x 11", 303 pp., numerous illustrations, some in color, paper, Phnom Penh, 2001. Item #25729
ISBN: 1588860485

This second issue of Udaya brings together a wide variety of current research in and around Cambodia. The table of contents alone is testimony to the rich diversity of contemporary Khmer study. Article range across many disciplines, from arts and religious history to archaeology and architecture, botany, anthropology and literature.


  • From the editors
  • Elizabeth Guthrie: Outside the Sima
  • Miriam Stark: Some Preliminary Results of the 1999-2000 Archaeological Field Investigations at Angkor Borei, Takeo Province
  • Jacques Dumargay: Risumi de lhistoire du baray oriental et du baray de Neak Pean
  • Pascal Royhre: Note architecturale relative au troisihme itage du Baphuon
  • Arndt Kiesewetter, Hans Leisen, Esther Plehwe v. Leisen: On the Polychromy of Angkor Vat: Results of Initial Paint Color Investigations
  • Tan Boun Suy: Mimosa pigra L : problimatique au Cambodge et synthhse bibliographique
  • Martin Platt: Interview with Fon Fafang, a Kui-Khmer Writer in Thailand
  • Jean Filliozat (translate in Khmer ) : (Rites de crimation `` Bali)
  • Reports:
  • University of Otago - APSARA Authority: A Test Excavation at Baksei Chamkrong, Angkor
  • Icole Frangaise dExtrjme-Orient: Perspectives de la mission archiologique franco-khmhre sur laminagement du territoire angkorien
  • Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute - APSARA Authority: Investigation of the Tani Kiln Site: Geophysical Prospections, Excavations and Site Presentation Proposal
  • Sophia University Angkor International Mission: Archaeological Research at Banteay Kdei Temple: Overview of Investigations over the Past Ten Years
  • Mission Archiologique Frangaise au Cambodge: De Yasodharapura `` Angkor Thom: Archiologie, ville et histoire urbaine
  • Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor: Original Morphology and Successive Modifications of the Suor Prat Terraces giving onto the Royal Plaza of Angkor Thom
  • Chinese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor: The East and South Entry Towers of Chau Say Tevoda: Restoration Design Description
  • Kanazawa University: A Brief Presentation of the Paleogeography of Cambodia at the Holocene Optimum.

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