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INDIC IMPETUS? INNOVATIONS IN TEXTILE USAGE IN ANGKORIAN PERIOD CAMBODIA

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Detailed analysis of Khmer costumes and textiles on sculpted images of the Angkorian period reveals a wealth of styles and usages. Vocabulary from contemporaneous inscriptions supplements this information. It is argued that Khmer costume and textile usage at this time was influenced principally by contact with India's culture, the stimulus not only of stylistic innovations and but also the main source of textiles with which to create them.

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2016-12-07

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