I particularly like the jar with the skull peering out of the top. It's dark, yet whimsical.
Perched on cliff edges, jars and wooden coffins containing human remains offer tantalising evidence of a completely unknown ancient people in Cambodia.
Ten burial spots have been found by archaeologists in the past nine years, one 160ft above the ground.
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Dr Beavan, who is currently in Cambodia, says that this period coincides with the decline and fall of the powerful Kingdom of Angkor - builders of the famous Angkor Wat temples - which was seated in the lowlands.
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