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Aerial view of Wat Tralaeng Kaeng, Longvek. Photo: Martin Polkingho
Early Modern Cambodia: archaeology and ceramics from Longvek by Dr Martin Polkinghorne
This presentation will review the growing body of archaeological evidence from the 16th and 17th-century Cambodian capital of Longvek (laṅvaek) that demonstrates that Cambodia was deeply connected to bourgeoning global trade. Instead of pejorative views of this period as a time of absence, Early Modern Cambodia was a vibrant and complex territorial power and mercantile hub.
Dr Martin Polkinghorne is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide.
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