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Old Myths and New Approaches: Interpreting Ancient Religious Sites in Southeast Asia

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© 2012 Copyright of this collection is owned by Alexandra Haendel

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Front cover image: A 3D image of an Angkorian village shrine. Image © Tom Chandler and Brent McKee

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The Monash Asia Series
Old Myths and New Approaches is published as part of the Monash Asia Series.

The Monash Asia Series comprises works that make a significant contribution to our understanding of one or more Asian nations or regions. The individual works that make up this multi-disciplinary series are selected on the basis of their contemporary relevance.

The Monash Asia Series of the Monash Asia Institute replaces Monash University's MAI Press imprint, which, from the early 1970s, has demonstrated this University's strong interest and expertise in Asian studies.

Monash Asia Series Editorial Board

Professor Marika Vicziany, Chair, Professor of Asian Political Economy, Monash Asia Institute, Faculty of Arts

Professor Greg Barton, School of Political and Social Inquiry, Faculty of Arts

Associate Professor Gloria Davies, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, Faculty of Arts

Dr Julian Millie, School of Political and Social Inquiry, Faculty of Arts

Dr Jagjit Plahe, Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics

Dr David Templeman, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Faculty of Arts

Old Myths and New Approaches: Interpreting Ancient Religious Sites in Southeast Asia

   by Alexandra Haendel (editor)