Tuol Ang (Daun Keo)

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Tuol Ang
Native Nameទួលអង្គ
BA#C2108019
CISARK#5520
SizeMedium
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageTom
CommuneRoka Krau
DistrictKrong Daun Keo
ProvinceTakeo
CountryCambodia
Coordinates10.95054, 104.80395
History
Founded7th Century (?)
Art StyleSambor Prei Kuk
MaterialBrick
DeityHinduism



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Site Size & Condition: Medium Tuol Tuol Ang (ទួលអង្គ - Pronounced: Toohl Ong)


Reported vestiges of a small brick temple aligned east-west and surrounded by traces of a now dry moat. The current status and condition of the site are unconfirmed but our guess would be an earthen mound with brick fragments. A well-preserved sandstone statue of a 4-armed Ganesh figure was unearthed here and currently resides in the National Museum of Cambodia. The sculpture displays a 7th century - Sambor Prei Kuk - style.


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