Sala Prambei Lveng

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Sala Prambei Lveng
Native Nameសាលាប្រាំបីល្វែង
Alternative nameSala Prambei Loveng, Voeun Kuon 2
BA#C1905004
CISARK#637
IK#324
SizeMedium
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
Part ofThala Borivat Group
VillageKang Techou
CommuneThala Borivat
DistrictThala Borivat
ProvinceStung Treng
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.54088, 105.94520
History
FoundedLate 6th - Early 7th Century
BuilderBhavavarman I, Mahendravarman
Art StyleThala Borivat
MaterialBrick
ReligionHindu
DeityShiva



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Site Size & Condition: Medium Tuol Sala Prambei Lveng (សាលាប្រាំបីល្វែង - Pronounced: Sa-lah P'ram-bei L'vehng)

Little remains today of what appears to have been a substantially-sized temple comprised, possibly, of 3, east-facing, brick shrines aligned north-south. Some sandstone decorative fragments are still in situ, while 2, or possibly 3, lintels, in a Thala Borivat-style, have been removed to the National Museum of Cambodia. A broken lintel, (still in situ), seems more in an 8th-century, Prei Khmeng-style.


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