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The Indianized states of Southeast Asia / by G. Coedes ; edited by Walter F. Vella, translated by Susan Brown Cowing
Bib ID 328381
Format BookBook
Author
Coedes, George
 
Uniform Title Histoire ancienne des etats hindouises d'Extreme Orient. English
Description Canberra : Australian National University Press, 1968 
xxi 403 p. : geneal. tables (part fold.), maps. ; 24 cm. 
Notes

Translation of Les etats hindouises d'Indochine et d'Indonesie, which was first published under title: Histoire ancienne des etats hindouises d'Extreme Orient.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [259]-370.

Subjects East Indians - Southeast Asia - History.  |  Southeast Asia - History.

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