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Prachum Phongsawadan Chabap Rat

Nithi

Prachum Phongsawadan Chabap Rat

by Nithi

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Published by Ammarin Phrinting "n Phablitching .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages2
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13159483M
ISBN 109748364801
ISBN 109789748364803

Phongsawadan Muang Luang Prabang, The Chronicle of Luang Prabang (Prachum Phongsawadan, xi, J kk* 3. Mom Ammorawong Wichit, , pp. U-U Chao Phraya Khathathon Thoranin. Phongsawadan Muang Phratabong. The Chronicle of Battambang (Prachum Phongsawadan. Liberty -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Liberty -- Religious aspects; Buddhism; Filed under: Liberty -- Religious a.

  22 See Thailand Ministry of Education, (The Chronicle of Songkhla City), (Prachum Phongsawadan Book 3: ). 23 Chalermpow, "A Popular Drama", pp. Another type of shadowplay performance, the nang yai, was associated with the courts in Siam (ibid., p. 56); it featured large puppets carried by the multiple performers, and as such it was. - Thiphakorawong, Chaophraya []. Phrara- japhongsawadan krungratanakosin rajakanthi 1 chabap chaophraya thiphakorawong chabap tuakhian. Edited by Narumon Thirawat. Bangkok: Amarin Printing and Publishing (Prachumphong- sawadanchabap rat, Part 1). - Tingley, Nancy Doris Duke: The Southeast Asian Art Collection.

Suffering -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Suffering -- Religious aspects; Buddhism; Filed under: Suffering -- Relig. Title: An Lilit Phra Lo: chabap wikhro lae thot khwam Author: Chonlada Ruangraklikhit Published: Krung Thep: Samnakphim haeng Chulalongkonmahawitthayalai, 2 Description: p. ; 21 cm. Subject: Thai poetry--History and criticism Subject: Thai literature Location: SML Call Number: In .


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Listed below are books, manuscripts, etc. found to contain Prachum phongsawadan phak thi 50 ruang Muang Ranong / EDITION: Phim khrang thi 2.

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Vol. 9, pt. 10 of Prachum phongsawadan (Collected. This recension, written in black ink in a white accordion book, was copied down by Mr. Khlai Nuanchim at the age of eighty-one, from Thursday, the eighth day of the dark half of the ninth month to Thursday of the tenth month, dragon year, BE [].

(éd.), Phra Anakhotawong, Bangkok, [] (Prachum phongsawadan chabap rat) p. Phra racha phongsawadan krung thonburi, chabap phan chanthanamat (choem) ” [The Royal Chronicle of Krung Thonburi, Phan Chanthanumat (Choem) Edition].

Prachum phongsawadan, pak thi 65 [Collected Chronicles, Volume 65], edited by idem. Bangkok: Daily Mail. ——— (). Lamdap sakun khochaseni lae borankhadi mon [The Generations of. Ayutthaya was founded in by King U Thong, who went there to escape a smallpox outbreak in Lop Buri and proclaimed it the capital of his kingdom, often referred to as the Ayutthaya kingdom or Siam.

Ayutthaya became the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai. It is estimated that Ayutthaya by the year had a population of aboutwith the population perhaps reaching 1, ឯកសារយោង. Coedes, George () The Indianized states of Southeast Asia (3 ed.) Hall, D.G.E. () Historians of South East Asia Oxford University Press Harvey, G.

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– Bangkok: Literature and History Division, Department of Fine Arts. Krom Sinlapakorn. Wareru (tiếng Miến Điện: ဝါရီရူး, phát âm [wàɹíjú]; –) là người sáng lập Vương quốc Ramanya tại Hạ Miến ngày nay.

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63 Mom 'Amarawong Wichit (M.R.W. Pathorn Khanet) Phongsawadan Huamuang Monthon Isan (The Chronicle of the Townships of Monthon Isan) in Prachum Phongsawadan Chabab Ho Samut Haeng Chat (Collected Chronicles, National Library Edition), pt. 4, v. 2 (Bangkok: Rung Ruang Rat, ), pp.

Phra Ratcha Phongsawadan Lem Nueng Chabap Phim Rattanakosin Sok Nueng Roi Yi Sip พระราชพงษาวดาร เล่ม ๑ ฉบับพิมพ์ ร.ศ. [Royal Chronicle: RE Printed Edition, Volume 1] (in Thai). (). (2nd edition).

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