Author: Ayutthaya Historical Research
To the north of the ancient buildings lay Sa Bua La, a pond the size of Sa Morakot. The name may have been derived from the Khmer word “baray”. It was on an earth mound near this pond that the Noen Sra Bua Inscription (No. 56 / (P.Ch. 14), a Bai Sema (boundary stone) in green sandstone was found. The inscription in the Post-Pallava script talks about the praise for the Triple Gem, merit-making, and the installation of a holy sculpture. It is dated 761 CE and related to the first group.