Khmers in South East Asian History

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    What do you think of some of these new theories of Khoms?

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    http://khmerization.blogspot.com/2009/09/who-is-khom-and-who-is-khmer.html

    edit: this is the correct link

    http://khmerization.blogspot.com/2010/09/who-are-khom.html

    Summarized arguments for Angkor Khom origins:

    1)Syam were the rulers of Angkor
    2)Old Khmer was actually a Syamese language
    3)Angkor was not the capital of Khmer Empire, but rather the capital of Khoms at one point.
    4)Khmer never ruled Angkor until 1336.
    5)Kambuja =/= Khmer as inscriptions doesn’t note the word Khmer until the 12th century
    6)Khmer Empire is a fabrication of the French
    7)Founan/Chenla were also Syam

    Responses to these arguments?

    [Message last modified 01-12-2012 05:26pm by KhmerKhom]

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    Wrong wrong and WRONG!

    Legends and ancient alien theorists say Angkor was built by a celestial race from the stars with advanced technology and were giants.

    From the stars…advanced technology… giants…?

    TRANSFORMERS!

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    lol lets not be facetious and keep this discussion scholarly.

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    They better not be teaching this BS in school or Javeraman gonna kicking some a$$.

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    It seem the westside people trying to rewrite Khmer history and show us our own history lmao.

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    Are any of you fine gents members at AF? The discussion there have been quite exhilarating.

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    They are delusional.

    [i]Originally posted by KhmerKhom[/i]
    What do you think of some of these new theories of Khoms?

    Back info

    http://khmerization.blogspot.com/2009/09/who-is-khom-and-who-is-khmer.html

    edit: this is the correct link

    http://khmerization.blogspot.com/2010/09/who-are-khom.html

    Summarized arguments for Angkor Khom origins:

    1)Syam were the rulers of Angkor
    2)Old Khmer was actually a Syamese language
    3)Angkor was not the capital of Khmer Empire, but rather the capital of Khoms at one point.
    4)Khmer never ruled Angkor until 1336.
    5)Kambuja =/= Khmer as inscriptions doesn’t note the word Khmer until the 12th century
    6)Khmer Empire is a fabrication of the French
    7)Founan/Chenla were also Syam

    Responses to these arguments?

    [Message last modified 01-12-2012 05:26pm by KhmerKhom]

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    written records of made who did what and when, were left all over ruins
    in Thailand Laos Burma etc. Those stele and tablet were written
    in old Khmer language. To say otherwise is one big Thai lie. They have no shame- those bastards!

    Yes I saw the baseless article n claim were written by Thai professor. Go figure. Freak jerk.

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    Hullo from a new member. I’m interested in the Hindu region and gave a talk at the 2nd Hindu Conference in Sydney. Although there is little definite information about its history, some new evidence has appeared. A big picture is getting bigger.

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