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Military History Of Burma - Toungoo Period - Toungoo Empire - Lan Xang (1569–1574)
... at Ayutthaya led several regiments of his wounded army to invade Lan Xang via Phitsanulok ... Finally, the king himself led another expedition, and put his nominee on the Lan Xang throne in November 1574 ... Aside from a minor rebellion in 1579, Lan Xang gave no trouble for the rest of Bayinnaung's reign ...
Subdivisions Of Laos - History - Lan Xang
... Laos traces its history to the kingdom of Lan Xang (Million Elephants), founded in the 14th century, by a Lao prince Fa Ngum, who with 10,000 Khmer troops, took over Vientiane ... He made Theravada Buddhism the state religion and Lan Xang prospered ... During his reign, Lan Xang became an important trade center ...
Monarchs Of Laos
... Lan Xang was the name of the Laos Kingdom during its early years ... The Lan Xang kingdom's royal seat was based in Luang Phrabang, after which the royal seat moved to Vientiane ... In 1707, Lan Xang split into the separate kingdoms of Vientiane, Luang Phrabang and Champasak ...
Bayinnaung - Military Campaigns - Lan Xang (1565, 1569–1570, 1572–1574)
... The remote kingdom of Lan Xang (Laos) proved to be Bayinnaung's longest and most pesky problem ... led an invasion force in 1574 that finally brought Lan Xang to his fold ...
List Of Monarchs Of Laos
... Lan Xang was the name of the Laos Kingdom during its early years ... The Lan Xang kingdom's royal seat was based in Luang Phrabang, after which the royal seat moved to Vientiane ... In 1707, Lan Xang split into the separate kingdoms of Vientiane, Luang Phrabang and Champasak ...