Constructed: Late 13th century C.E.
King/Patron: Jayavarman VIII
Angkor Thom: Architecturally unimpressive but historically important small tower. Also known as ‘Monument 487’ and ‘Mangalartha’ in honor of a powerful monk, Jayamangalartha, who was the son of one of Jayavarman VII’s Brahman monks. Originally commissioned by Jayavarman VII, it was not consecrated until 1295AD, decades after his death. This temple was the final Brahmanic temple built in the Angkor area, marking the end of an era. Constructed in the historically hazy period od Hindu resurgence after the death of Jayavarman VII.
Constructed for king Suryavarman II in the early twelfth century, Angkor Wat, the best-preserved temple in Angkor, is the epitome of the high classica...Read More
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