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SUPPORT THE SHOW AND WATCH AD-FREE: 🤍 Deep in the Cambodian Jungle, a ruined city crumbles among the roots of banyan trees. In this episode, we look at the Khmer Empire of medieval Cambodia, and the ancient mega-city of Angkor. I want to explore how this great civilization rose to a size and wealth virtually unprecedented in the world, how it overcame the challenges of its climate and landscape, and all the factors that led to its final, dramatic collapse. Fall of Civilizations the book is now available to pre-order: linktr.ee/fallofcivilizations Credits: Sound engineering by Thomas Ntinas Voice Actors: Rhy Brignell Lou Millington Sebastian Garbacz Music by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: incompetech.com/ Title theme: Home At Last by John Bartmann. 🤍 Special thanks to Tom Chandler, Brent McKee, Mike Yeates and Chandara Ung of SensiLab, Monash University Faculty of IT for kindly sharing their digital recreations of ancient Angkor. View their project here: Project website: 🤍 Simulating 24 hours at Medieval Angkor Wat: 🤍
WATCH WITH VIDEO: 🤍 Deep in the Cambodian Jungle, a ruined city crumbles among the roots of banyan trees. In this episode, we look at the Khmer Empire of medieval Cambodia, and the ancient mega-city of Angkor. I want to explore how this great civilization rose to a size and wealth virtually unprecedented in the world, how it overcame the challenges of its climate and landscape, and all the factors that led to its final, dramatic collapse. Support Fall of Civilizations on Patreon: 🤍 Credits: Sound engineering by Thomas Ntinas Voice Actors: Rhy Brignell Lou Millington Sebastian Garbacz Music by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: incompetech.com/ Title theme: Home At Last by John Bartmann. 🤍
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Lost Worlds investigates the very latest archaeological finds at three remote and hugely significant sites - Angkor Wat, Troy and Persepolis. Lost Worlds travels to each site and through high-end computer graphics, lavish re-enactment and the latest archaeological evidence brings them to stunning televisual life. From the 900-year-old remains of Angkor Wat in the Cambodian jungle the staggering City of the God Kings is recreated. From Project Troia, in North West Turkey, the location of the biggest archaeological expedition ever mounted the lost city is stunningly visualised and finally from Persepolis the city and the great Persian Empire are brought to life. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service, at a huge discount using the code 'TIMELINE' -ᐳ 🤍 You can find more from us on: 🤍 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com
Cham invasions of Angkor (1170, 1177–1181) Under Suryavarman II (reigned 1113–1150) the Kambuja (Khmer) kingdom united internally and Angkor Wat, the largest Vaishnavites temple in the capital of Yaśōdharapura (Angkor) was built in a period of 37 years. Khmer forces though he did sack Champa capital, Vijaya in 1145 and depose Jaya Indravarman III. The Khmers occupied Vijaya until 1149, when they were driven out by Jaya Harivarman I. Suryavarman II sent a mission to the Chola dynasty of south India and presented a precious stone to the Chola Emperor Kulothunga Chola I in 1114. After Suryavarman II died, Kambuja (Khmer) empire was weakened by succession crisis, while Champa was united by King Jaya Indravarman IV. Finally in 1177 CE the Kambuja capital Yaśōdharapura (Angkor) was raided and looted after victorious naval battle on the Tonlé Sap lake by a Cham fleet under Jaya Indravarman IV king of Champa. During the sack, usurper Tribhuvanadityavarman king of Kambuja (khmer) was killed. Nevertheless exiled khmer Jayavarman VII manage to save the Kambuja Empire from its demise and repel the cham forces. Music : Riders of The East - OST Attila Total War Marching of Srivijaya - OST Dato of Srivijaya Nirupadrawa Subhiksa Wanua - OST Dato of Srivijaya Clip taken from : Angkor : Land of the Gods (2013) Lost World : City of the God-Kings (2002) Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption (2012) Khát vọng Thăng Long (2010) ตำนานสมเด็จพระนเรศวรมหาราช (2011) สุดสาคร (2006)
Khmer Empire Unveiled: The Lost Civilization of Southeast Asia Eternal Splendor: The Khmer Empire - A Journey Through Time Step into a world where the past whispers through the stones and the present dances in harmony with ancient traditions. In our captivating documentary, "Eternal Splendor: The Khmer Empire - A Journey Through Time," we invite you to immerse yourself in the mesmerizing story of a civilization that once ruled Southeast Asia with unparalleled grandeur and continues to captivate the world's imagination. Our narrative begins amidst the tranquil waters surrounding the majestic Angkor Wat temple complex. As the sunrise bathes these ancient structures in an ethereal glow, we unveil the breathtaking grandeur of the Khmer Empire with its towering spires and intricate stone carvings. From this captivating opening, we journey through time to explore the mystery and allure of the Khmer Empire, a civilization that left an indelible mark on history. From intricately carved statues and moss-covered ruins to ancient trees entwined with history, we traverse the landscapes that bear witness to the Khmer Empire's remarkable legacy. The Khmer Empire, which thrived from the 9th to the 15th century, encompassed parts of present-day Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. Its name, derived from the Khmer ethnic group of its rulers, is synonymous with architectural marvels, complex irrigation systems, and rich cultural tapestries. The Khmer's mastery of building skills is exemplified by awe-inspiring temples like Angkor Wat, originally dedicated to Vishnu but later converted into a Buddhist temple. We delve into the empire's ingenious infrastructure, including roads, canals, and bridges that facilitated both commerce and cultural exchange. Our journey through time takes us to the heart of the Khmer Empire's rise. We explore the fertile landscapes of Southeast Asia, the Mekong River, and the Tonle Sap Lake, which nurtured the emergence of this ancient civilization. The visionary leader, Jayavarman II, declared the kingdom's independence in the early 9th century, marking a pivotal moment in Khmer history. Hariharalaya, the first capital city, became not only a political but also a spiritual center, reflecting the Khmer's unique blend of Hinduism and indigenous beliefs. We wander through the ruins of Hariharalaya, uncovering the foundations of power, culture, and spirituality that laid the groundwork for the empire's future glory. Temples adorned with intricate carvings reveal the profound spiritual devotion that permeated every facet of Khmer society. Our journey continues to the empire's zenith during the reign of Jayavarman VII, celebrated for constructing the enigmatic Bayon temple. The Bayon's intricate bas-reliefs provide glimpses into the empire's rich culture and history. We explore a Golden Age characterized by social and cultural achievements, where libraries, schools, and institutions of higher learning flourished, fostering an environment of intellectual growth and artistic expression. The Khmer Empire's religious diversity is evident in the temple of Ta Prohm, where Hindu and Buddhist shrines coexist harmoniously. The empire embraced a unique blend of Hindu-Buddhist syncretism, and followers of indigenous beliefs lived side by side. Our journey through the ages takes us to the era of decline and fragmentation. The empire's territorial ambitions led to conflicts with neighboring kingdoms. The Tai people's rise and Tai military campaigns contributed to the empire's collapse. Some historians speculate that environmental damage to the irrigation system also played a role in its decline. As we witness the merging of old and new, tradition and modernity, we acknowledge the enduring influence of the Khmer Empire on Cambodian culture and beyond. The documentary highlights the interconnectedness of the past and the present, emphasizing the importance of preserving the treasures of history for future generations. Join us on this captivating journey through time, where the past and present converge, and the legacy of the Khmer Empire lives on. Subscribe to our channel to stay connected with our insightful documentaries, and don't forget to share and like this video to spread the beauty and significance of the Khmer Empire's eternal splendor. Khmer Empire, Angkor Wat, Ancient civilizations, Cambodian history, Southeast Asia, Cultural heritage, Archaeology, Preservation efforts, Historical documentary, Jayavarman VII, Angkor Thom, World Heritage Site, Tourism impact, Environmental challenges, Henri Mouhot, Heritage conservation, Khmer culture, Khmer New Year, Rise and fall of empires, Legacy of the past. #KhmerEmpire #angkorwat #ancientcivilizations #CambodianHistory #culturalheritage #archaeology #historicaldocumentary #PreservationEfforts #worldheritagesites #TourismImpact #environmentalchallenges #khmerculture #EternalSplendo #documentaryjourney #historyexplorers #legacyofthepast
Join us on Patreon! 🤍 Let's lay down the foundations for one of the architectural marvels of the ancient world: At its height, the city of Angkor was, by several measures, the largest city of the medieval era. With a million people and a footprint larger than modern-day New York, it was arguably the world’s largest pre-industrial city. And at its center lay the magnificent Angkor Wat. Check out all our shows at 🤍 Grab your Extra Credits gear at the store! 🤍 Subscribe for new episodes every Saturday! 🤍 Thanks for participating in this week's discussion! We want you to be aware of our community posting guidelines so that we can have high-quality conversations: 🤍 Contribute community subtitles to Extra History: 🤍 Talk to us on Twitter (🤍ExtraCreditz): 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Watch us play games and have fun on 🤍 Listen to our podcast: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Tumblr: 🤍 ♪ Get the intro music here! 🤍 *Music by Demetori: 🤍 ♪ Outro music: "Nokor Thom" by Tiffany Román 🤍
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In 802 CE, Jayavarman II climbed a holy mountain to declare himself the god king of a new empire. What he founded was a nation of Khmer people who constructed some of the most ambitious building projects of the ancient world. But in later ages, Cambodia was looted and many of its treasures stolen. Now, a global movement is underway to return many of the lost treasures to their rightful home. An extraordinary place, where the majesties of ancient kingdoms lie hidden in dense forests and jungles, the Khmer Empire erected Hindu temples that have over time become Buddhist, with no example more clear than Angkor Wat itself! To support the SAMA channel, become a Patron and make history matter! Patreon: 🤍 Donate directly to PayPal: 🤍 !!!!!!!!!!Above and beyond all visit this link to the gofundme for the family of our dear departed founder Nick Barksdale!!!!!!!!!! 🤍
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The Angkor region in Cambodia is home to hundreds of temples and archaeological sites, including the famous Angkor Wat temple, which is the largest religious structure in the world. Built between the 9th and 15th centuries, these temples are a testament to the greatness of the Khmer Empire and its rich history. Director: Jacques Vichet
#KhmerEmpire #Angkor #SoutheastAsia #history #collapse #archaeology #climatechange #war #religion #legacy The Khmer Empire was one of the most powerful and influential empires in Southeast Asia. At its peak, it controlled a vast territory that included modern-day Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, and parts of Vietnam. However, the empire began to decline in the 14th century, and by the 15th century, it had completely disappeared. There are many theories about what caused the collapse of the Khmer Empire. Some historians believe that it was due to a combination of factors, including: War with the neighboring Ayutthaya kingdom The conversion of the society to Theravada Buddhism Increasing maritime trade Over-population Climate change Hashtags: #warwithAyutthaya #TheravadaBuddhism #maritimetrade #overpopulation #climatechange #ancientcities #lostcivilizations #mysteriousplaces #abandonedplaces #historicalplaces #worldhistory #asianhistory #southeastasiahistory #angkorwat
The complex and highly evolved city of Angkor used up its resources and succumbed to it's own success. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 The Fall of Angkor | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
A thousand years ago, the Angkor Empire conquered large swathes of Southeast Asia to become one of the region's greatest powers. Host Peter Lee journeys through Cambodia to learn how life in Angkor still revolves around the ebb and flow of the floodwaters that come with the yearly monsoons, and how the ancient Khmer overcame the environmental challenge and became masters of engineering, building canals and reservoirs to act as flood defences and irrigation channels to boost their rice harvests. The Khmer also built a network of roads to exert their authority far and wide, and created a social system of education, taxation, and even healthcare that revolved around temples. Peter visits the Angkor Empire's crowning glory — Angkor Wat — the world's largest religious monument to see how it was built, and how intricate carvings detailing life a thousand years ago are linked with a modern Cambodian tradition. For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 About the series: Host Peter Lee explores the history of four Southeast Asian empires that made their mark on the world. Travelling from Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia to Indonesia, Peter explores ancient ruins, epic legends and vibrant traditions to chart the rise and fall of four distinct empires, and how their legacy still shapes cultures and identities in the region today #cnainsider #cnainsiderdocumentaries #cnamarkofempire Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia. Stretching over some 400 km2, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Park contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century. They include the famous Temple of Angkor Wat and, at Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple with its countless sculptural decorations. UNESCO has set up a wide-ranging programme to safeguard this symbolic site and its surroundings. Subscribe Travel & Discover: 🤍 Soundrack by Experience Project, 🤍 "T&D Social Club" Telegram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #Angkor #Cambodia #bestplaces
Yep, you read that right. Cambodia’s first king (Kaundinya) was an Indian merchant! But Kaundinya is more than just a man. He symbolizes over 1000 years of Indian influence in the region, a connection that would change the face of Southeast Asia forever. In this video, I'll introduce you to the Kaundinya-Soma love story, but I'll also introduce you to many other Indians and Southeast Asians whose experiences reveal a lot about the Indianization process. In fact, we'll even explore a "reverse" story: that of Nandi Varman II, a SE Asian prince who claims the Pallava Dynasty throne and becomes the greatest of the Pallava kings. Enjoy! Further reading: "Ocean of Churn," by Sanjeev Sanyal "The Indianized States of Southeast Asia," by George Coedes
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At the height of its power between the 9th and 15th centuries, Angkor was a resplendent city, considered the most extensive urban complex of the pre-industrial world. But by the late 16th century, the empire was in its death throes. The people of Angkor left not a single word explaining their kingdom’s collapse. Come along this giant screen adventure to unveil the mysteries behind this lost jewel of Cambodia! Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia is a giant screen 3D experience, now playing in science centers and museum institutions worldwide.
The temples of Angkor are architectural masterpieces laden with artistic treasures, like the bas-relief galleries that tell enduring tales of Cambodian history and legend. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 #NationalGeographic #Angkor #Cambodia About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Deep in the forests of Cambodia’s Siem Reap province, an ancient stone city soars skyward. This is the sprawling complex of Angkor Archaeological Park. The site is located in the northwestern region of the country and is only four miles from the city of Siem Reap. The Khmer Empire’s various capitals thrived here from the 9th to 15th centuries, over an empire that stretched from Myanmar to Vietnam. Including forested areas and newly discovered “suburbs” Angkor covers more than 400 square miles—an area considerably larger than New York City’s five boroughs. The massive Angkor Wat is the most famed of all Cambodia’s temples—it even appears on the nation’s flag. The 12th century “temple-mountain” was built as a spiritual home for the Hindu god Vishnu. The temples of Angkor are architectural masterpieces laden with artistic treasures like the bas-relief galleries that tell enduring tales of Cambodian history and legend. Angkor is as much about water as it is about stone—the site boasts an enormous system of artificial canals, dikes, and reservoirs. The West Baray reservoir is the largest of which at 5 miles long and 1.5 miles wide. These massive works skillfully harnessed river and rainwater to quench the thirst of some 750,000 residents in the world’s largest preindustrial city. That water also irrigated wealth-producing crops like rice, which served the Khmer as currency. It’s still a mystery to scientists why the city’s rulers abandoned the site and resettled near the modern capital of Phenom Penh. Some scholars speculate that the downfall of this elaborate water system led to the end of Angkor. The town of Siem Reap is the gateway to Angkor and is filled with lodging, dining, and tour-package options for all budgets. Those preferring to travel by boat can also make the trip from Phnom Penh in some five or six hours—about the same travel time as by road. The airport in Siem Reap has service to Phnom Penh and regular flights abroad to Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, and Laos. The airport in Siem Reap has service to the capital and regular flights to nearby countries. Peak tourist season in Angkor is December and January, when rainfall is less likely and the climate is most kind. No matter the time of year, a visit to Angkor is sure to leave you awestruck. Read more in "Soar Over Cambodia's Stunning Stone City" 🤍 In Cambodia, a City of Towering Temples in the Forest | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
Bearing 52 towers, 173 carved faces, 2,000 feet of reliefs and built with more than 420,000 stone blocks, the Bayon temple provides insight into daily life under the rule of King Jayavarman VII. From: ANGKOR: LAND OF THE GODS: Throne of Power 🤍
After another period of instability and a Cham invasion of the Empire, Jayavarman VII restores its independence, and leads it to its all time highpoint. The borders are expanded in all directions, and a frenetic program of construction is initiated, yielding numerous temples, as well as hospitals and various works of infrastructure. Despite coming to power at nearly the age of 60, Jayavarman continues to reign for over 30 years, living to nearly the age of 100! Music: "River Fire" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
The Khmer Empire was based in South East Asia. The Khmer Empire were the builders of famous temples like Angor Wat. The Khmer Empire lasted for centuries and was famous for its Indic and Buddhist culture. The rise and fall of the Khmer Empire is something Western historians rarely cover.
Learn the history of Cambodia, one of Southeast Asia's oldest and most vibrant civilizations. 00:00 Intro 00:04 Neolithic 00:17 Iron Age 00:26 Kingdom of Funan 01:06 Kingdom of Chenla 01:56 Khmer Empire 04:23 Post-Angkor Period 06:04 French Colonial Period 06:25 First Kingdom of Cambodia 06:29 Cambodian Civil War 06:30 Communist Cambodia 06:31 Vietnamese Occupation of Cambodia 06:34 Transitionary Cambodia 06:35 Second Kingdom of Cambodia 06:49 Outro Music from purple-planet.com "Chanter" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍
#HistoryofCambodiakhmerempire #history #cambodia #khmer #angkorwat #angkor In this video we are giving a brief history of khmer empire, who once ruled modern day Cambodia and it' s relations with a powerful Tamil kingdom in southern India.
Au faîte de sa gloire, la cité d'Angkor, au Cambodge, était la plus grande métropole du monde avec près d'un million d'habitants. A travers la découverte de nouveaux temples, cette enquête scientifique permet d'en apprendre plus sur l'étendue de l'empire khmer. Elle dévoile également les raisons du déclin de cette civilisation, dont les vestiges médiévaux sont aujourd'hui engloutis sous une épaisse végétation. L'étude des systèmes hydrauliques complexes construits par les Khmers permettent ainsi d'éclaircir le mystère autour de la chute de l'empire. Réalisation: Sam Mortimore Année: 2022 Pour les nouveaux Curieux : Abonnez-vous (et activez la 🔔) pour ne rater aucune vidéo ! ▶️ 🤍