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Archaeologists in Angkor, Photographic archives of the Ecole française of Extrême-Orient, photographic archives of the École française d'Extrême-Orient, French school of Asian studies
EAN13
9782855391212
ISBN
978-2-85539-121-2
Éditeur
EFEO – École française d'Extrême-Orient
Date de publication
Collection
COEDITION
Nombre de pages
239
Dimensions
27 x 21,5 x 1,5 cm
Poids
1050 g
Langue
français
Langue d'origine
français
Code dewey
915.96
Fiches UNIMARC
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Archaeologists in Angkor, Photographic archives of the Ecole française of Extrême-Orient

photographic archives of the École française d'Extrême-Orient, French school of Asian studies

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EFEO – École française d'Extrême-Orient

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Since 1907, the École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), or French School of Asian Studies, has been playing a pivotal role in research and conservation at Angkor, the site of a major Asian metropolis abandoned to the jungle in the 16th century.This catalogue contains one hundred and height images – chosen from amongst the thousands held in the EFEO’s archives – of the site’s principal temples before they were cleared of vegetation and rubble and during and after the restoration process.Essays written by the EFEO specialists present the School’s archaeological work in its historical context and provide an introduction to more recent discoveries.At once a memorial and a work of reference, this publication will appeal to all those, professionals and amateurs alike, with an interest in the arts of Southeast Asia.ContentsEFEO in AngkorThe rediscovery of Angkor and the first images of the site, or From imagination to imageBruno DagensThe EFEO in Cambodia: a century-long partnershipPierre-Yves ManguinThe role of the École française d’Extrême-Orient in establishing scholarly institutions in CambodiaOlivier de VernonAncient Khmer construction techniques and the evolution of contemporary restoration techniquesPierre PichardNew data on the origins of AngkorChristophe PottierAngkor, Urban History and ArchaeologyJacques GaucherThe EFEO’s photographic archivesIsabelle PoujolAngkor and its secrets from a foreign perspective: views from Japan and ChinaFrançois LachaudIntroduction to the history of AngkorClaude JacquesPhotographic Archives of the EFEO802-889 (cat. 1 to 7)Isabelle Poujol889-968 (cat.8 to 23)Isabelle PoujolHenri Marchal (1876-1970) and the preservation of the splendor of Banteay SreiÉric Bourdonneau968-1080 (cat. 24 to 31)Isabelle PoujolBaphuon:Last attempt to save a monumentPascal Royère1080-1182 (cat.32 to 53)Isabelle Poujol1182-1219 (cat. 54 to 108)Christine HawixbrockNeak PeanBruno DagensAppendicesArchaeological map of CambodiaArchaeological map of the Great AngkorSynoptic tableGilles BéguinGlossaryGilles BéguinSome interventions of the EFEO in AngkorGabrielle AbbeBibliographyGabrielle Abbe
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