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Angkor, Cambodia was the capital city of the powerful Khmer Empire, which ruled over parts of South East Asia from c. 802 - c. 1431. This period saw major civilisations around the world interact, resulting in challenged beliefs, changes and conflicts that formed the modern world. Learn more about the historical significance of this ancient Asia-Pacific civilisation - it's rise, domination, and ultimate fall - with this collection of digital resources.
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The significant social, cultural, economic, environmental and political changes and continuities in the way of life and the roles and relationships of different groups in society
Significant causes and effects of developments and/or cultural achievements that reflect the concentration and/or expansion of wealth and power
Perspectives of subject peoples and their interactions with power and/or authority of others
The role and achievements of a significant individual and/or group
One significant challenge and one development faced by the society that caused progress or decline