Neak Ta Ang Tros

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Neak Ta Ang Tros
Native Nameអ្នកតាអង្គទ្រូស
Alternative nameNeak Ta Tras, Tuol Ang Ep, Tuol Ang Aep
BA#C0808036
CISARK#1433
IK#76.39
K InscriptionK.881
Inscr. LocationUnknown
SizeMedium
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageAngkor Rasmei
CommunePrei Puok
DistrictAng Snuol
ProvinceKandal
CountryCambodia
Coordinates11.45888, 104.70538
History
Founded7th Century
Builder(?)
Art StyleSambor Prei Kuk
MaterialBrick, Schist



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Site Size & Condition:Medium Tuol Neak Ta Ang Tros (អ្នកតាអង្គទ្រូស - Pronounced:Neak Ta Ong Tross)


Tree-covered raised earth area featuring numerous brick and schist fragments including an inscribed doorjamb in old Khmer dated to the late 6th or 7th century. (Current whereabouts is unconfirmed but we'd assume the National Museum?) 2 smaller, but distinct, mounds in the centre of the raised area could correspond to the foundations of 2 brick towers while a small neak ta shrine on site also includes several pieces of sandstone or schist, including a possible fragment of lintel. (Requires verification.)

Remains of a substantial-sized reservoir appear to lie immediately to the south with a possible smaller one to the east.

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