CHAU SAY TEVODA and THOMMANON

constructed during the reign of Suryavarman II (1113-1150)

"Chau Say Tevoda and Thommanon are two small monuments close together (on the left and right sides of the road) and similar in plan and style. Although the precise dates of these monuments are unknown, they belong to the best period of 'classic' art stylistically and represent two variations of a single theme of composition." Dawn Rooney

 

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CHAU SAY TEVODA
 allan lim & manida muy collection
       
Chau-Sai_03.jpg (84505 bytes) chau_say_tevoda1.JPG (126117 bytes) chau_say_tevoda2.JPG (130916 bytes)  
       
 

THOMMANON
 allan lim collection
       
Thommanon_13.jpg (83565 bytes) Thommanon_12.jpg (69747 bytes) Thommanon_02.jpg (76526 bytes) Thommanon_09.jpg (83822 bytes)
       

 
 manida muy  collection

       
thommanon1.JPG (103532 bytes) thommanon2.JPG (135896 bytes)    
       
 



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