Imagined pasts: anastylosis and the creation of the Thai national past
The UNESCO World Heritage list, growing by some thirty entries a year, currently contains 756 entries for locations from around the world, some natural and some man-made, and of the man-made objects probably the most famous entries from Southeast Asia comprise the twelfth-century Khmer city of Angkor in Cambodia and the temple of the Borobudur in Java. These, together with other major monuments, like the Acropolis in Athens, and many other monuments, less imposing but equally important...[Show more]
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