Kham Keut

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Kham Keut
King of Lan Xang
Reign1436 - 1438
Coronation 1436
Predecessor Khai Bua Ban
Successor Nang Keo Phimpha
Born Muang Sua, Lan Xang
Muang Sua, Lan Xang
Regnal name
Samdach Brhat-Anya Chao Kama Kirti
Dynasty Khun Lo
Father Samsenthai
Religion Therevada Buddhism

Kham Keut (also Kham-Kert, Kham Keul) was a king of Lan Xang, and ruled from 1436 to 1438. He was the son of King Samsenethai, who had ruled from 1373 to 1416, and his mother was said to be a palace slave. On his accession to the throne in 1436, he claimed to be a reincarnation of his father. His reign was ended by his death, from a fit, in 1438.[ citation needed ]

Preceded by
Khai Bua Ban
Kham Keut
Succeeded by
Nang Keo Phimpha

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