The excavation of a Late Prehistoric cemetery in Northwest Cambodia
O'Reilly, Dougald, Domett, Kate, and Pheng, Sytha (2006) The excavation of a Late Prehistoric cemetery in Northwest Cambodia. UDAYA: Journal of Khmer Studies, 7 . pp. 207-222.
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Phum Snay is a village located along National Route 6 in Preah Neat Prey District, Banteay Meanchey Province, NW Cambodia (48P UTM 0305983/1506856 N13° 37'26.3" E103°12'23.5") (Figure 1). The village of Snay, is located on the edge of a large natural mound, three km in diameter. It is one of several small hamlets on the edge of this hummock. The Anlung Thma River is located approximately 100m to the west of the site. During 2000, road-work was undertaken to link the village with National Route 6. This construction work revealed the presence of a number of inhumation burials. Investigation proved the burials to be prehistoric, and they were associated with a great deal of material culture including bronzes and semiprecious stones.
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