Prasat Phum Pon
complex occupies 4 ancient structures - 3 brick
and 1 laterite, lying in North - Sounth direction. The big brick
structure and the northern one remain in rather good condition.
These two structures are among the oldest Khmer ruins in
Thailand, presumably erected in the 6 th - 7 th
centuries. The brick one in the middle and the laterite in
the South were seemingly built later.
This complex was meant to
be a Hindu religious site like other contemporary ones. No
lingum is discovered, but in the big edifice there remains
Somasutra, a pipe to convey sacred water from the platform of
the statue in the central room.
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