Lost Kingdoms – Hindu–Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia

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A fresh and exciting exploration of Southeast Asian history from the 5th to 9th century, seen through the lens of the region's sculpture Numerous Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms flourished in Southeast Asia from the 5th to the 9th century, yet until recently few concrete details were known about them. Lost Kingdoms reveals newly discovered architectural and sculptural relics from this region, which provide key insights into the formerly mysterious kingdoms. The first publication to use sculpture as a lens to explore this period of Southeast Asian history, Lost Kingdoms offers a significant contribution and a fresh approach to the study of cultures in Cambodia, Thailand, Burma, and other countries. Authoritative texts by John Guy introduce more than 160 objects, extensively described and beautifully illustrated, together with essays by prominent scholars. Many of the objects have never before traveled outside their home countries. Gorgeous photography shot on location highlights each artwork, and maps and a glossary of place names elucidate their geographical context. A watershed study of Southeast Asia's artistic and cultural legacy, Lost Kingdoms is an essential resource on a fascinating and enduring subject.

AuthorJohn Guy
Height1250 mm
Length925 mm
Width125 mm
Weight100 g
Language TypePublished
MPN300 colour illustrations
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages352
Package Quantity1
Part Number300 colour illustrations
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2014-04-15
PublisherYale University Press
StudioYale University Press
Sales Rank337159

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