Journey to medieval Angkor

Animated accounts of a 13th century visit to Cambodia. Part II

Tom Chandler (Photographer), Brent David McKee

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    Abstract

    In August 1296 CE, Chinese diplomat Zhou Daguan arrived in Angkor as a guest of King Indravarman III. Zhou spent a year in the city and his subsequent report, A Record of Cambodia: The Land and its People, is the only known descriptive account of the capital of the Khmer Empire. He not only write about the people of Angkor, he also described their architecture, transportation, agriculture, art, religion, ceremonies, food and army.

    Original languageEnglish
    Media of outputOnline
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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