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Faune sauvage et chasse à Angkor à travers les bas-reliefs du Bayon

Abstract : The study of the bas-reliefs of the Bayon provides information on the relationship between the Khmer of the late 13th century and the wildlife of the forests around Angkor. Hunting, notably using crossbows, appears quite frequently. Various animals are shown in the sculptures, with two of them as threats to humans: tiger and crocodile.
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Mathieu Guérin. Faune sauvage et chasse à Angkor à travers les bas-reliefs du Bayon. Péninsule : Etudes Interdisciplinaires sur l’Asie du Sud- Est Péninsulaire, Cercle de culture et de recherches laotiennes, 2013, Des sociétés, des hommes et des animaux, p. 81-104. ⟨hal-00926038⟩

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