Tuol Ang Trapeang Moung

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Tuol Ang Trapeang Moung
Native Nameទួលអង្គត្រពាំងមោង
Alternative nameTuol Ang Srah Theat
BA#C0808021
CISARK#1429
IK#76.36
K InscriptionK.910
Inscr. LocationNational Museum of Cambodia
SizeMedium
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageKandos
CommuneLomhach
DistrictAng Snuol
ProvinceKandal
CountryCambodia
Coordinates11.46808, 104.69501
History
Founded7th Century
BuilderBhavavarman II
Art StyleSambor Prei Kuk
MaterialBrick
ReligionHindu



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Site Size & Condition:Medium Tuol Tuol Ang Trapeang Moung (ទួលអង្គត្រពាំងមោង - Pronounced: Toohl Ong Tro-pahng Mouhng)


Small, square raised area displaying the foundations of 2 east-facing brick towers surrounded by traces of a moat. An inscribed schist stele was unearthed here dating to 651 or 652 and the reign of Bhavavarman II. Unfortunately, no additional vestiges or artefacts are recorded.


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