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Notes on the Geography of Cambodia (Angkor): Monuments in Angkor Thom: Photo 11

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North of the Baphuon is the smaller and older (10th and early 11th century) Phimeanakus. It lies within the royal palace and was the king's private temple. According to Zhou Daguan, a Chinese emissary of the 13th century, the populace believed that the king nightly cohabited here with a serpent who appeared as a woman.

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