Tuol Ang Pon

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Tuol Ang Pon
Native Nameទួលអង្គពោន
Alternative namePrasat Thleay Khang Kaeut, Prasat Thleay East
BA#C2110043
CISARK#656
IK#13
K InscriptionK.20
Inscr. LocationUnknown
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageMeun Tomrung or Ponlei
CommuneSrangae
DistrictTreang
ProvinceTakeo
CountryCambodia
Coordinates10.93120, 104.80934
History
Founded8th Century
MaterialBrick, Sandstone



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Site Size & Condition: Small Tuol Tuol Ang Pon (ទួលអង្គពោន - Pronounced: Toohl Ong! Pohn) a former brick temple site, that used to house a door frame inscription registered as K.20 with 6 lines of Khmer text dating to the 8th century. The current whereabouts of the inscription is unknown, and only a mound with some fragments of bricks can be seen. The bushy temple site is also surrounded by traces of a moat.


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