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Angkor (UNESCO/TBS)

Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia. Stretching over some 400 km2, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Par...
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Overview of Bayon temple, with lots of scupture views and overgrown jungle shots. No commentary, but set to music. (Source: UNESCO YouTube channel, 2.01mins)

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Angkor (UNESCO/NHK)

Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia. Stretching over some 400 km2, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Par...
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Somewhat dry, this video gives a 2.30min overview of Angkor.

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Mysteries of Angkor

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Did you know that around 800 years ago the world's biggest city was in Cambodia? From the 10th century, Angkor was the...
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Source: Foreign Correspondent. "Discover how modern archaeological techniques are now helping to solve some of Angkor's mysteries." (5.48mins)

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Imagining Angkor: how an ancient civilisation looked

Imagining Angkor: how an ancient civilisation looked | Australian National Curriculum: Year 8 History | Scoop.it

The stone monuments of Angkor may be awe-inspiring, but they don’t tell the full story of what was once the world’s largest city.


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artist reveals what ancient city may have looked like in its entirety: upcoming book to be published in October 2013.

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Artist's impression of how Angkor actually looked

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Angkor (UNESCO/TBS)

Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia. Stretching over some 400 km2, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Par...
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Nice video overview of Angkor, set to music. No commentary, but good to invoke a sense of wonder. Source: UNESCO YouTube channel (2.01mins)

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Lost Temples: Lost City of Angkor Wat

Journey to the ancient religious complex of Angkor Wat in the jungles of Cambodia. A "city of temples" that reveals itself through a vast labyrinth of carved...
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National Geographic: "Journey to the ancient religious complex of Angkor Wat in the jungles of Cambodia." (2.48mins)

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The Australian Curriculum v5.1 History: Rationale

The Australian Curriculum v5.1 History: Rationale | Australian National Curriculum: Year 8 History | Scoop.it
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Official Australian Curriculum website

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