Civilization of Angkor

Civilization of Angkor

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations                              ix
Acknowledgements xi
Timeline xiii
1 Introduction: 'One of the Marvels of the 1 (12)
World'
What was Angkor? 4 (2)
The origins of states 6 (3)
Influence from India 9 (2)
The importance of rice 11 (2)
2 The Prehistoric Period in South-East Asia: 13 (10)
2300 BC-AD 400
Rice cultivation: its origins and importance 14 (3)
The Bronze Age 17 (2)
The Iron Age 19 (4)
3 The Earliest Civilization in South-East Asia: 23 (13)
AD 150-550
Funan, the delta state 24 (1)
Oc Eo, a trading port 25 (3)
Angkor Borei 28 (1)
Recent archaeological research in the delta 29 (3)
Inscriptions 32 (1)
Agriculture 33 (3)
4 The Early Kingdoms of Chenla: AD 550-800 36 (17)
A noble family 37 (2)
Jayavarman I 39 (3)
Other dynasties 42 (1)
The social hierarchy 42 (3)
The temple 45 (4)
The concentration of power 49 (4)
5 The Dynasty of Jayavarman II: AD 800-1000 53 (38)
Jayavarman II and the establishment of royal 54 (5)
power
Jayavarman III 59 (1)
Indravarman I 60 (3)
Yashovarman I 63 (4)
Royal control of the centre and provinces 67 (1)
An established state 68 (1)
Yashovarman's sons 69 (1)
Jayavarman IV 70 (3)
Harshavarman II and Rajendravarman I 73 (6)
Jayavarman V 79 (4)
The dynasty of Jayavarman II: royal power and 83 (1)
social organization
The extent of the kingdom 84 (1)
New court titles and duties 85 (1)
Beyond the capital: control in the provinces 86 (1)
The legal system 87 (2)
The dynasty of Jayavarman II: conclusions 89 (2)
6 The Dynasty of the Sun Kings: AD 1000-1080 91 (16)
Suryavarman, the builder and restorer 94 (3)
The countryside after civil war 97 (4)
The achievements of Suryavarman I 101 (1)
Udayadityavarrnan II 101 (6)
7 The Dynasty of Mahidharapura: AD 1080- 107 (36)
Jayavarman VI, Dharanindravarman I and the 107 (5)
accession of Suryavarman II
Suryavarman II 112 (9)
Jayavarman VII and the Bayon 121 (3)
The Jayatataka, Ta Prohm, Preah Khan and 124 (8)
Banteay Chmar
The reaction after the reign of Jayavarman VII 132 (2)
An ambassador visits Angkor 134 (4)
After Zhou Daguan 138 (2)
Angkor is rediscovered by the West 140 (3)
8 The Civilization of Angkor 143 (24)
Phase 1: the prehistoric Iron Age 143 (3)
Phase 2: the delta state, AD 150-550 146 (2)
Phase 3: Chenla: state formation in the 148 (3)
Mekong Valley, AD 550-800
Phase 4: the capital at Angkor, AD 800-1432 151 (11)
The civilization of Angkor in wider 162 (5)
perspective
Glossary 167 (4)
References for Further Reading 171 (10)
Index 181