Prasat Pram Pheam

From Beyond Angkor
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Prasat Pram Pheam
Native Nameប្រាសាទប្រាំភាម្ម
Alternative namePrasat Pram
BA#C1304139
CISARK#246
IK#251
K InscriptionK.180, K.704
Inscr. LocationIn situ
SizeMedium
ConditionIntact
TypeTemple
Location
VillageO Pram Pheam
CommuneSrayang
DistrictKulen
ProvincePreah Vihear
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.61463, 104.43131
History
Founded10th Century
BuilderRajendravarman II
Art StyleKoh Ker
MaterialLaterite, Brick
ReligionHinduism



246 Pr Pram Pheam 2.jpg
4.00
(one vote)


Site Size & Condition: Medium Prasat Prasat Pram Pheam (ប្រាសាទប្រាំភាម្ម - Pronounced: Pra-saht Prahm Pheam?) contains 5 brick ruined towers along with an additional laterite foundation. The site has some immaculate inscriptions however devoid of any carvings.

All the towers face east, and two of the towers also houses an inscription each. This temple was built in the 10th century under King Rajendravarman II and was dedicated to five gods.


Map Location


Image Gallery

If you would like to upload additional images to the gallery, please refer to the Upload Instructions guide

Historic Archive

A collection of historic photographs, artist sketches, maps etc. (Please ensure that anything you do upload is free of copyright and/or you have permission from the original photographer/artist/author to share)

Nearby Sites

External Links

Links to additional resources such as articles, websites, videos etc.

References


Comments


Add your comment
Beyond Angkor welcomes all comments. If you do not want to be anonymous, register or log in. It is free.