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Sampot and padaan : traditional Cambodian costume and religious panels / curators Gill Green and Ricardo Peach; authors Gill Green & Diana Giese; editors Judith Snodgrass and Ricardo Peach
Bib ID 2318035
Format BookBook
Description Casula, NSW : Liverpool Regional Museum, 2000 
24 p. : ill., map ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1876840307
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 22)

Subjects Textile fabrics - Cambodia - Exhibitions.  |  Art, Khmer - Exhibitions.  |  Khmers - New South Wales.  |  Cambodians - New South Wales.  |  Cambodia - Social life and customs.
Other authors/contributors Giese, Diana, 1947-  |  Snodgrass, Judith  |  Peach, Ricardo  |  Green, Gillian Sandra  |  University of Western Sydney, Nepean. Research Centre in Intercommunal Studies  |  Liverpool Regional Museum
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