National Geographic : 1960 Apr
JOHN KESHISHIAN Ink rubbed across paper brings out a Khmer inscription on a stone. Children get similar im pressions with pencil rubbed across paper and coin. The author, at Preah Khan, examines an in scription stone that records the temple's dedica tion to a king "who honored without ceasing the feet of Buddha." Like a similar stone at Ta Prohm, the stele details the temple's images, personnel, and supplies.