Neak Ta Svay Dambar

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Neak Ta Svay Dambar
Native Nameអ្នកតាស្វាយដំបារ
Alternative nameTuol Svay Dambar
BA#C0808044
CISARK#4903
IK#76.45
K InscriptionK.903
Inscr. LocationUnknown
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageSvay
CommunePrei Puok
DistrictAng Snuol
ProvinceKandal
CountryCambodia
Coordinates11.44976, 104.70569
History
FoundedLate 6th - Early 7th Century
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Site Size & Condition:Small Tuol Neak Ta Svay Dambar (អ្នកតាស្វាយដំបារ - Pronounced: Neak Ta S'vay Dom-bar)

A distinctive, square, vegetation-covered area amid paddy-fields, showing numerous brick and schist fragments. Important artefacts unearthed here include a spectacular mukhalinga and a sandstone stele with inscriptions on both faces. (We're unaware of the current whereabouts of either object.)

As with several others in this area, the inscription is dated to either the late 6th or early 7th century, confirming the presence of an important early settlement, southwest of modern-day Phnom Penh, close to the Prek Thnaot River.


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