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us: Narēsūan, King of Ayutthaya, 1555-1605



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    • us: Black Prince, 1555-1605
    • us: Narēsūan, Mahārāt, King of Ayutthaya, 1555-1605
    • us: Narēsūan, Somdet Phra, King of Ayutthaya, 1555-1605
    • us: Naresuan, King of Siam, 1555-1605
    • us: Naret, King of Ayutthaya, 1555-1605
    • us: Phraʻong Chāi Dam, 1555-1605
    • us: Sanphēt II, King of Ayutthaya, 1555-1605
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    • found: Chao Rūpathēwin. Phrabō̜rommadēchānuphāp ʻan lonphon Somdet Phra Narēsūan pen čhao, 1986: p. 156 (b. B.E. 2098; Phitsanulok [Thailand])
    • found: ʻUthai Sinthusān. Sārānukrom Thai, 1973-1979: v. 11, p. 2053 (Narēsūan Mahārāt, Somdet Phra (Somdet Phra Sanphēt thī 2) Thai hero-king of Ayutthaya era; son of King Mahāthammarāchāthirāt and Queen Wisutthikasat, daughter of King Suriyōthai; b. B.E. 2098; Phitsanulok; called Phraʻong Chāi Dam [Black Prince]) p. 2096 (d. B.E. 2147, Hang Luang, near Chiang Mai)
    • found: Encyc. Brit., 15th ed. (Naresuan (Phra Naret), popularly known as the Black Prince, was king of Siam from 1590 to 1605; celebrated warrior hero)
    • found: Photčhanānukrom nakrīan chabap chalœ̄m phrakīat, Phō̜. Sō̜. 2530, 1988: p. 462 (Somdet Phra Narēsūan Mahārāt; ruled 1590-1605; Sukhōthai Dynasty)
    • found: Lords of life, 1967: p. 50 (d. May 16, 1605)
    • found: A history of Siam, 1924: p. 156 (d. May 16, 1605)
    • found: A window on Thai history, c1989: p. 57 (1555-1605)
    • found: Historical dictionary of Thailand, 2005: p. 175 (reigned 1590-1605)
    • found: Wikipedia (English version), Apr. 1, 2009 (Naresuan: b. Apr. 25, 1555; d. Apr. 7, 1605)
    • found: Wikipedia (Thai language version), Apr. 1, 2009 (d. B.E. 2148 [1605])
    • notfound: Academic Amer. encyc.;Encyc. Amer.
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