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The Bayon Symposium: 1996-2001 

Online cd-rom containing the proceedings of a series of six symposiums. 

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Since 1994, an enormous amount of scientific and technical knowledge has been collected and shared among Cambodian and international experts, during the project for the Conservation and Restoration of the Bayon Complex, implemented by the Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor (JSA), with financial assistance under the UNESCO/Japanese Funds-in-Trust for the Preservation of World Cultural Heritage.

This website presents more than 80 scientific papers on the safeguarding and conservation of

  • the Bayon Temple,
  • the Angkor site 
  • World Heritage Sites.

They contributed at the six Symposia on the Bayon Complex organised annually by UNESCO and the JSA teams from 1996 to 2001. Papers are triple-indexed according to author, theme and monument, in order to facilitate access to the information, which is provided mostly in English, with occasional articles in French.



Website http://www.unesco.org/culture/Bayon/index.html
Author Division of Cultural Heritage (Angkor Unit) of UNESCO in cooperation with the Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor (JSA) and UNESCO field office in Phnom Penh
Publisher UNESCO
Date October 2004
Languages English

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