Nan Tharat

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Chao Nantharat
King of Lan Xang
King of Lan Xang
Reign1696 – 1698
Predecessor Tian Thala
Successor Xai Ong Ve
Born?
Died1698
Vientiane
Names
Samdach Brhat Chao Phya Nanda Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha

Nan Tharat (died 1698) was a king of Lan Xang ruled between 1696 to 1698. [1]

Nan Tharat was a cousin of Sourigna Vongsa, [1] he was the governor of Sikhottabong. [2] On the death of Sourigna Vongsa, he briefly seized the throne from Tian Thala. He was overthrown by Xai Ong Ve in 1698 [3] and executed.[ citation needed ]

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References

  1. 1 2 Stuart-Fox, Martin. History Dictionary of Laos (3rd ed.). Scarecrow Press, Inc. p. 224. ISBN   978-0-8108-5624-0.
  2. Stuart-Fox, Martin. History Dictionary of Laos (3rd ed.). Scarecrow Press, Inc. p. 299. ISBN   978-0-8108-5624-0.
  3. Stuart-Fox, Martin. History Dictionary of Laos (3rd ed.). Scarecrow Press, Inc. p. 382. ISBN   978-0-8108-5624-0.
Nan Tharat
Born: ? Died: 1698
Preceded by
Tian Thala
King of Lan Xang
1696 – 1698
Succeeded by
Xai Ong Ve