Angkor Wat: Women marching in the parade of King Suryavarman II

A section of bas-relief depicting women marching in the procession of King Suryavarman II

A section of bas-relief depicting women marching in the procession of King Suryavarman II

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Suryavarman II Parade – Marching women
The bas-relief shows a contingent of women marching in the procession of King Suryavarman II and is part of the larger Procession of King Suryavarman II bas-relief.

Unlike the other bas-reliefs in Angkor Wat, the Procession of King Suryavarman II bas-relief is based on history. It depicts King Suryavarman II in a procession with his commanders, soldiers, courtiers, and ordinary people.

This bas-relief is carved on the western section of the south gallery located on the perimeter of the lower level of Angkor Wat Temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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