(SEAArch) Archaeologists excavate sculpture workshop in Angkor

(SEAArch) Archaeologists excavate sculpture workshop in Angkor

A team of archaeologists from the University of Sydney and the Apsara Authority has been exploring the site of an ancient sculpture workshop found near Bakong, one of the earliest Angkorian-era temples. The workshop is one of three that have so far been discovered within the Angkor Archeological Park, and the team hopes that it will give them a deeper insight into the unknown artists. “The history of Angkor is still being written”, said Dr Martin Polkinghorne from the University of Sydney, “And our understandings are rapidly changing. What we’re learning from the workshops is making an important contribution to the story.”

Full article: http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/2011/12/13/archa...

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