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A cella is the inner sacred chamber of a sanctuary, or prasat.

It is a small room that housed either the statue of a divinity or, most often in Angkor, a linga, the symbolic representation of Shiva.  Cellas were not meant to accommodate a congregation, but rather just the high priests and perhaps sometimes the king and a few of his selected dignitaries.

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