Kulen dig leaves archaeologists more convinced site was once palace of Angkor Empire’s first ruler

An archaeological dig drawing to a close this week at Siem Reap’s Phnom Kulen has lent greater credence to the theory that it was the site of the royal palace of the Angkor Empire’s first ruler, Jayavarman II.

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