Alison in Cambodia
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- The Iron Age site of Kok Treas 1 month ago I am very pleased to be able to share some information about the recently discovered site of Kok Treas that was excavated by archaeologists from the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts earlier this year. When I was in Phnom … Continue reading →
- Jar Burials in the Cardamom Mountains 3 months ago In January of this year I was lucky enough to join the “Living in the Shadow of Angkor Project” looking at jar burials in the Cardamom Mountains. The project director, Dr. Nancy Beaven, has spent several years looking at different … Continue reading →
- Return to blogging 4 months ago It’s been almost 6 months since my last post and in that time I’ve finished my dissertation, been working on some publications, and returned to Cambodia to do some fieldwork. I’m hoping to have some new posts about exciting developments … Continue reading →
- Do not kiss the Buddha 9 months ago A good reminder that one person’s tourist site is another person’s sacred site: French tourists in Sri Lanka have received suspended jail terms for pretending to kiss a Buddha statue.
- Investigating Angkorian Stone Sculpture Workshops 10 months ago When I was doing fieldwork in Cambodia back in February and March I was lucky enough to overlap with Dr. Martin Polkinghorne‘s excavations near the Royal Palace area in the heart of Angkor.
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