Angkor Encore: Travels in Cambodia 1996 (Slide Lecture)

Allen Thrasher athr at
Thu Oct 10 19:38:01 UTC 1996

Library of Congress Asian Division presents:


A Slide Lecture
Kay Gottesman and Robert Grafton

Monday, October 28, 1996
The Library Services Conference Room
Madison Bldg. Room 642
Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave., S.E.
Washington, DC
(Metro stop: Capitol South)
12:00 noon

Kay and Robert will speak on the famous ruins of Angkor, the temples of
Ancient Cambodia.  During the last years of the eighth century, King
Jayavarman II liberated and unified his country, thus founding the first
dynasty of Angkor.  His successors built an incomparable series of
decorative temples in the region now known as Siemreap.  The
architecturally rich structures, some over one thousand years old, testify
to the pomp and genius of the King of Angkor and the deep spirituality of
the people. 

Interpreting services (American Sign Language) will be provided if
requested five business days in advance of the event.  Please call
202/707-6362 TTY and voice to make a request.  For other ADA accomodations
please contact the Disability Employment Program office at 202/707-9948 or
202/707-7544 voice. 

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