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|Date:||Early 9th century – mid 10th century CE|
|Style:||Preah Ko (central tower), Pre Rup (other towers)|
|King:||Jayavarman II, Rajendravarman II (reign 944 – 968 CE)|
It is the site of Kuti, mentioned in the stele of Sdok Kok Thom in connection with Jayavarman II in the early 9th century CE. An inscription found on a stone reused for the building of nearby Banteay Kdei Temple mentions dedication to Shiva and the erection of two statues of Vishnu and Brahma by Shivacarya, one of Rajendravarman II's priests, in the 10th century CE.