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Chim01 is bored raises an interesting question, "What was ancient angkorian medicine really like?" He got his answer from a lecture by Professor Chhem Kieth Rethy who is launching an archeological dig for Jayavarman VII's hospitals.
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Posted by Beth on January 04, 2006 at 08:38 AM in Khmer Culture | Permalink
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