Prome

Some articles on prome:

List Of Burmese Monarchs - Small Kingdoms - Prome (1482–1542)
... See List of rulers of Prome for governors of Prome between the late Pagan and early Restored Toungoo periods ...
Maha Ne Myo - Battle of Prome
... Archibald Campbell, took Prome (Pyay), the traditional border town between Upper Burma and Lower Burma, on 4 April 1825 ... regiments led by their sawbwas, threatened Prome in a daring circular movement that almost surrounded the town and cut off communications lines to Yangon ... the main Burmese position outside Prome ...
Tabinshwehti - Prome and Upper Burma (1542–1544)
... Pagoda in 1541, Tabinshwehti led an expedition to the north to subjugate Prome ... The first assaults against the walls of Prome failed ... Prome requested aid from Shan Ava and Arakan ...
Tabinshwehti - Prome (1539)
... the future King Bayinnaung, north to Prome in pursuit of Takayutpi the Mon king of Pegu (r. 1526–1539) who had fled north to seek refuge at Prome ... Tabinshwehti could not take Prome because it was well-defended with strong walls and supported militarily by Shan Ava ...
History - Confederation of Shan States
... The enlarged Confederation extended its authority down to Prome (Pyay) in 1533 by defeating their erstwhile ally Prome Kingdom because Sawlon felt that Prome did not provide sufficient help in their war against Ava ... After the Prome war, Sawlon was assassinated by his own ministers, creating a leadership vacuum ... the situation until 1539 when Toungoo defeated Hanthawaddy, and turned against its vassal Prome ...