Category:Medium Tuol

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Medium-Tuol.jpg As with our Small Tuol category we're referring specifically to earthen mounds or hillocks that conceal archaeological sites. A larger tuol logically represents a larger site hiding perhaps originally a central pyramid structure or multiple towers. Bricks, laterite blocks, or even sandstone fragments appearing in the mound are archaeological indicators as are possible remains of enclosing walls or moats. As with small tuols, quite how many such blocks need to be revealed above the surface for the site to be classified as a ruin is debatable.


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