Khmer Bas-Relief | Go to War | Natural


Soldiers of Khmer King Suryavarman II are on the way to war against the Chams.
Details are carved by hand on a ceramic sheet and fired at high temperature kiln.

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The original version of this bas-relief is located in the South Gallery at Angkor Wat in the East section, depicting ‘Heavens and Hells.’ The wall has three layers: the upper level represents Heaven, the middle layer represents Earth where the soldiers’ bas-relief is situated, and the bottom layer represents Hells. Suryavarman II, a Khmer king who ruled from 1113 AD
to 1145/1150 AD, commissioned these soldiers as part of his extensive military campaigns in the east against the Chams, a kingdom in present-day central and southern Vietnam.

Weight 0.55 kg
Dimensions 20 × 14 × 2 cm


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