Lan Na

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Military History Of Burma - Toungoo Period - Fall of Toungoo Dynasty - Lan Na (1727–1732)
... In October 1727, the Burmese governor of Lan Na was assassinated because of high taxation ... Southern Lan Na (Ping valley) was now independent of Ava ...
Hsinbyushin - Reign - Resumption of Warfare (1775–1776) - Siam (1775–1776)
... the southern route from Martaban, and Ne Myo Thihapate's army from Chiang Saen in northern Lan Na, (which was still under Burmese control) ... The Burmese loss of southern Lan Na (Chiang Mai) later proved to be the end of their 200-year rule ... (They would lose the rest of Lan Na (Chaing Saen) in 1785–1786 after King Bodawpaya's disastrous invasion of Siam.) ...
Naungdawgyi - Rebellions - Lan Na and Martaban
... While Naungdawgyi was laying siege to the Toungoo, the vassal king loyal of Lan Na at Chiang Mai was overthrown ... (Southern Lan Na had come back to the fold only in 1757 ... Prior, the Ping valley of southern Lan Na had been in revolt since 1725.) The leader of the rebellion, Chao Khihut, immediately began defensive preparations, as well as implementing a preemptive offensive ...
Military History Of Burma - Konbaung Period - Konbaung Empire - Siam (1759–1767)
... reunified all of Burma plus Manipur and Lan Na ... However, his hold on Lan Na and Tenasserim coast was still nominal ... the upper Tenasserim coast to Tavoy, they still had to deal with Siamese supported rebellions in Lan Na (1761–1763) and at Tavoy (1764) ...
Phrao District - History
... to this city around 1281 by King Mangrai of Lan Na kingdom who has been on the way to invade Hariphunchai Kingdom ... Hereafter, Phrao become one of important city of Lan Na kingdom ... King Tilokarat, who is considered a god-king of Lan Na, once have ruled this city before becoming a king ...