Somphou

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Somphou
King of Lan Xang
Reign1496–1501
Coronation 1496
Predecessor La Sen Thai
Successor Visoun
Regent Visoun
Born1486
Muang Sua, Lan Xang
Died1501
Muang Sua, Lan Xang
Regnal name
Samdach Brhat-Anya Chao Jumbuya Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha
Dynasty Khun Lo
Father La Sen Thai
Religion Therevada Buddhism

Somphou was the king of Lan Xang from 1496 until 1501 AD. Succeeded on the death of his father King La Sen Thai in 1496. Reigned under the regency of his uncle, Prince Laksana Vijaya Kumara, until he came of age and died unexpectedly in 1501.[ citation needed ]

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References

    Preceded by
    La Sen Thai
    King of Lan Xang
    14971500
    Succeeded by
    Visoun