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   Exploring the World Heritage sites in Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam - Our Common Heritage- UNESCO PUBLICATIONS

 

 
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   Exploring East-West Cultural Corridor through Ancient Communication Routes: New Paradigm in GIS-Based Cultural Studies

 Authors : Surat Lertlum Im Sokrithy and Mamoru Shibayama

Paper submitted to the 1st International Conference of Asian Network for GIS-based Historical Study (ANGIS) at Tokyo University, dated December 1 – 2, 2012
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Exploring East-West Cultural Corridor through Ancient Communication Routes: New Paradigm in GIS-Based Cultural Studies
Surat Lertlum Im Sokrithy and Mamoru Shibayama
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Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy
APSARA Authority, Cambodia
Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University
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Exploring East-West Cultural Corridor

  Crossing boundaries - Learning from the past to build the Future.  An archaeological collaboration between Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam 

 Author : Tran Ky Phuong

     

    

 

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Crossing Boundaries


 Pre-Angkorian Communities in the Middle Mékong Valley

 Author : Michel Lorrillard

 

Pre-Angkorian Communities in the Middle Mékong Valley

Michel Lorrillard

 

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https://www.academia.edu/10745553/Pre-Angkorian_Communities_in_the_Middle_Mékong_Valley

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Professor Claude Jacques, in memoriam

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Archaeological, cultural and natural trails in Champasak district

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