Tuol Ang Ponhea Hor

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Tuol Ang Ponhea Hor
Native Nameទួលអង្គពញាហោរ
Alternative nameTuol Li Ke Svay, Tuol Like Svay
BA#C2110060
CISARK#657
IK#14
K InscriptionK.21
Inscr. LocationUnknown
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
Part ofTuol Ang Ponhea Hor
VillageKrang Thom
CommuneThlok
DistrictTreang
ProvinceTakeo
CountryCambodia
Coordinates10.90875, 104.85364
History
Founded6th to 7th Century
MaterialBrick, Laterite



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Site Size & Condition: Small Tuol Tuol Ang Ponhea Hor (ទួលអង្គពញាហោរ - Pronounced: Toohl Ong! Pon'hear Hor) the remains of a brick temple site that was originally opened to the east, with traces of brick and laterite present. CISARK reports that there are two temple mounds, both aligned along the north-south axis, we are assuming that it is further south, in the other patch of bushes as visible on satellite imagery and have listed it as Tuol Li Ke Svay.

Inscription K.21 was originally found here, though the current where abouts are unknown. The inscriptions were on the sandstone door frames of the brick temple tower. On the southern door frame there were 17 lines of Sanskrit, whilst on the northern door frame 6 lines of old Khmer text, dating to the 6th to 7th century.

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