Stéphane De Greef

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Previous archaeological mapping work on the successive medieval capitals of the Khmer Empire located at Angkor, in northwest Cambodia (∼9th to 15th centuries in the Common Era, C.E.), has identified it as the largest settlement complex of the preindustrial world, and yet crucial areas have remained unmapped, in particular the ceremonial centers and their(More)
A survey was carried out to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes and practice of female prostitutes In Phnom Penh (Cambodia) in 2000 and 2004. A total of 131 women were included both years. The population was 75% Cambodian and 25% Vietnamese. Average age was 22.9 years in 2000 and 25.5 years in 2004. Sixty-seven percent of the women surveyed stated that(More)
The Khmer kingdom, whose capital was at Angkor from the 9(th) to the 14(th)-15(th) century, was founded in 802 by king Jayavarman II in a city called Mahandraparvata, on Phnom Kulen. Virtually nothing more is known of Mahandraparvata from the epigraphic sources, but systematic archaeological survey and excavation have identified an array of cultural(More)
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