Eleanor Mannikka

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Eleanor Mannikka, of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, is a scholar of Southeast Asian Studies. In her best-known work, Angkor Wat: Time, Space and Kingship, she argues that the dimensions, alignment and bas-reliefs of Angkor Wat encode a message that Suryavarman II was the divinely appointed king.

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