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Angkor. The mystery of the dead city and Anopheles dirus



Angkor. The mystery of the dead city and Anopheles dirus



Medecine Tropicale 52(4): 377-384



A hypothesis is proposed for the desertion of the city of Angkor (in present day Cambodia), which was the capital of the Khmer civilization during the 9th-15th centuries AD. Angkor Thom was sacked by the Thais in 1431, and after this the court was moved.

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