Paperback / softback
August 1, 2013
9786162150517
English
136
22 illus.
8.00 Inches (US)
6.00 Inches (US)
.4 Pounds (US)
$16.50 USD, £14.99 GBP
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The Story of Angkor

The lost civilization of Angkor left no written records, leaving only ancient stones can tell the tale. The Story of Angkor exposes the history of this once-mighty Southeast Asian empire through the secrets hidden inside the temples and buildings located around the city of Siem Reap. Written in a concise, accessible style, with photos and maps, The Story of Angkor presents an in-depth analysis of the ancient Angkor civilization that will appeal to both readers and travelers.

About the Author

Jame DiBiasio is the founding editor of AsianInvestor magazine and website.
Silkworm Books

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