Browsing Center for Southeast Asian Studies by Subject "Funan"

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  • Dowling, Nancy H (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 1999)
    The widely held belief that the earliest known Cambodian sculpture from Phnom Da has an early-sixth-century date is challenged. New artistic evidence supports a mid-seventh-century date on which a new chronology for early ...
  • Stark, Miriam T; Griffin, P Bion; Phoeurn, Chuch; Ledgerwood, Judy; Dega, Michael; Mortland, Carol; Dowling, Nancy; Bayman, James M; Sovath, Bong; Van, Tea; Chamroeun, Chhan; Latinis, Kyle (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 1999)
    One of the earliest states in Southeast Asia arose in the Mekong Delta during or shortly after the first century A.D. Called "Funan" by Chinese travelers, this polity witnessed the emergence of many features of the ancient ...

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