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Our gratitude to Manida Muy and Allan Lim for submission of these photographs to the Khmer Institute.

For more information on Khmer art and architecture, we recommend the excellent guidebook Angkor: An Introduction to the Temples by Dawn Rooney, Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia by Helen Jessup and Thierry Zephir, and Angkor: Splendors of the Khmer Empire by Marilia Albanese.

Note: We have attempted to date the monuments as accurately as possible. Nevertheless, some dates of construction are not definitive as they are still in dispute by scholars and/or the monuments were built and rebuilt during different periods of time. Monuments labeled (T) are located in present-day Thailand.

9th Century
 Jaya II (802-50)  Kulen
 Indra I (877-89) Preah Ko
  Bakong
 Yaso I (899-900+) Lolei

10th Century
 Yaso I  (899-900+) Phnom Bakheng
  Phnom Krom
  Phnom Bok
  Baksei Chamkrong
  Prasat Kravan
 Rajendra (944-68) East Mebon
  Pre Rup
  Bat Chum
 Jaya V (968-1001) Banteay Srei
  Ta Keo
  Muang Tam (T)

11th Century
 Surya I (1002-50) Phimeanakas
  Preah Vihear
  Phnom Chisor
  Wat Phu
 Udayaditya II (1050-66) Baphuon
  West Mebon
  Phnom Wan (T)
 Jaya VI (1080-1113) Phimai (T)
12th-13th Centuries
 Surya II (1113-50) Angkor Wat
  Chau Say Tevoda
  Thommanon
  Preah Pithu
  Banteay Samre
  Beng Mealea
  Phnom Rung (T)

 Jaya VII (1181-1219) Angkor Thom
      Gateways
      Royal Terraces
      Bayon
  Spean Praptos
  Banteay Kdei
  Ta Prohm
  Preah Khan
  Neak Pean
  Srah Srang
  Ta Som
  Ta Nei
  Banteay Chmar

Other Sites by Region
  Kampong Cham
  Kampong Thom
  Kandal / Phnom Penh
  Takeo
Other Photos
  Urban Life
  Rural Life
  Nature/Scenic

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