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Daughters of Angkor Wat

Daughters of Angkor Wat edited by Kent Davis

Daughters of Angkor Wat

Daughters of Angkor Wat examines the mystery of why 1800 detailed portraits of ancient Khmer women appear in the Hindu temple Angkor Wat.

Angkor Wat Research on Anna Maria Island Florida

Angkor Wat Research on Anna Maria Island Florida

Anna Maria Island is home to Kent Davis, one of the world’s few researchers working exclusively on Angkor Wat. Davis is compiling a database tracking the characteristics of every woman portrayed at the temple.

Island publisher renews quest to solve mystery of Angkor Wat Women

Island publisher renews quest to solve mystery of Angkor Wat Women

Holmes Beach resident Kent Davis could have been forgiven if he had given up his dreams of publishing books on Asian history, supporting a Cambodian school, and decoding the mystery of the 1,780 female statues at Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia. Island publisher renews quest to solve mystery of Angkor Wat women