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Khun Lo, legendary founder of the city of Luang Prabang, was the eldest of the seven sons of the Khun Borom, and is credited as being the first of the prehistoric Lao monarchs.[ citation needed ] The royal families of Laos trace their lineage to him.

Khun Lo died in 780 and was succeeded by Khun Sung.

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