National Geographic : 1960 Apr
} I f f z YY S,''i I II fy 'I _ jl I'I 1141 1 VOWS _.. Fy711 '. 4.1i } Gn Q I Says lot Oki ti't S'. GEO..: 40 Sparkling with tlrc 1rc tJrruT 'n by tk(, (,ms of licr j(7( All ii4>criptir)4n in rhr 'I, 111[I( (4t l; ni "t l4cat lr cril r thr brilliance oIa r4 a1 la(1v. "In general, the n-omen, as W11as the men. "Tar a l it o; ch4th almut their loins leaving their breasts. vhite as mills. (11(,u 1 1 hu;!n. -'l he wear the chignon an_] ; 0 1)arefooled. 'phis is so even (,f the Ling s wives.'' Artist Fievet, basin, his paintinn On ( hinese accwunts' temple reliefs. and inscriptions, gives ns a yep into the pAnce as a princess I;elares her elaborate toilet. Swaying fans cW her while a harpist cute mains. Othe r attcnl'tnts adorn her with bracelets, arm kink , and jev cleil neckpiece. Vials in her dressing table hold perfumes: h ""Is contain letel nut for (11m vino, AM hand mirror is a polished ironic wduct(w. RoV111 ladies in the Khmer courts became >32 astrologers, Sanskrit scholars. anti even jurisIS.