Khmer Holy Bible with Deuterocanonical Books in Today’s Khmer ខ្មែរ Language / Cambodian Catholic Bible / Eglise Catholique du Cambondge, Phnom Penh
Khmer Holy Bible with Deuterocanonical Books in Today’s Khmer Language ខ្មែរ Cambodian Catholic Bible
Eglise Catholique du Cambondge, Phnom Penh
Mgr Anthonysamy Susairaj
Apostolic Prefect of Kompong Cham
21 January 2013
KBS Printed in Korea in 2013
1,200 Copies in print
ISBN: 9789623272568 / 978-9623272568
This is an OUT OF PRINT BIBLE! Very rare!
The largest of the ethnic groups in Cambodia are the Khmer, who comprise approximately 90% of the total population and primarily inhabit the lowland Mekong subregion and the central plains. The Khmer historically have lived near the lower Mekong River in a contiguous arc that runs from the southern Khorat Plateau where modern-day Thailand, Laos and Cambodia meet in the northeast, stretching southwest through the lands surrounding Tonle Sap lake to the Cardamom Mountains, then continues back southeast to the mouth of the Mekong River in southeastern Vietnam.
Khmer people celebrating Cambodian New Year
|c. 15–17 million|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Vietnam||> 1.4 million|
|Thailand||> 1.2 million|
|South Korea||45,610 (2016)|
|United Kingdom||> 1,000|
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