2 Heads of Jayavarman VII carved in stone of Pursat province
2 Heads of Jayavarman VII
The stone of Pursat (province of Cambodia located on the left bank of the Tonle Sap lake) is similar to marble, which gives a huge value to this statuette representing the head of the great king Jayavarman VII which was carved by an artist from Angkor .
Weight 0.860 kg
Height 12 cm
Width 6 cm
Depth 6 cm
Weight 0.350 kg
Height 10 cm
Width 4.7 cm
Depth 5.1 cm
Jayavarman VII, (bornc.1120/25—diedc.1220), one of the most forceful and productive kings of the khmer (Cambodian) empire of Angkor (reigning 1181–c.1220). He expanded the empire to its greatest territorial extent and engaged in a building program that yielded numerous temples (including Angkor Thom), highways, rest houses, and hospitals.
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