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Le Bayon d'Angkor Thom : bas-reliefs / publies par les soins de la Commission Archeologique de l'Indochine ; d'apres les documents recueillis par la Mission Henri Dufour avec la collaboration de Charles Carpeaux
Bib ID 1501416
Format BookBook
Description Paris : Ernest Leroux, 1913 
1 v. (various pagings) : plates, plans ; 38 cm. 
Notes

Available also as microfilm (low reduction)

At head of title : Ministere de l'Instruction Publique et des Beaux-Arts.

Subjects Bayon (Angkor (City) : Temple)  |  Temples - Cambodia - Angkor Thom.  |  Art - Cambodia - Angkor Thom (City)  |  Bas-relief - Cambodia - Angkor Thom.
Other authors/contributors Dufour, Henri  |  Carpeaux, Charles, 1870-1904  |  France. Commission Archeologique de l'Indochine  |  France. Ministere de l'education nationale

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