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Fay Na was king of the southern Laotian Kingdom of Champasak from 1791 to 1811. He was promoted by King Rama I of Siam for the noble title "Phra Wichaiyaratkhattiyawongsa" (th: พระวิไชยราชขัตติยวงศา).


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