University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology


Author: Richard A. Engelhardt

Two Thousand Years of Engineering Genius on the Angkor Plain

By: Richard A. Engelhardt

Commanding a strategic location on the upper­most tip of Cambodia’s great Tonle Dap lake, the ruins of the Angkor Empire expand north, east and west from the shores of the lake up to the sacred Kulen mountain plateau. This entire 5,000-square-kilometer site, once the location of one of the world’s largest met­ropolitan areas, is a […]