The Indianized States of South-East Asia (Google eBook)

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University of Hawaii Press, 1968 - Art - 403 pages
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This book covers the history of Southeast Asia up to the arrival of the first Europeans in the early sixteenth century.
  

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Contents

The Land and Its Inhabitants
3
H lndianization
14
The First Indian Kingdoms
36
N The Second lndianization
46
The Dismemberment of Funan
65
The States of the Malay Peninsula in the Seventh
77
The Beginnings of the Kingdom of Srivijaya End of the Seventh
85
Chenla Beginning of the Eighth Century 3 Dvaravati and srikshetra
96
ayavarman Vll 1181ca 1218l and the Annexation
181
The Repercussions of the Mongol Conquests
189
Suryavarman I 100250l and the Expansion to the West
193
The Beginnings of the Kingdom of Sukhothai from around 1220
211
Champa at the End of the Thirteenth Century
217
The Mahidharapura Dynasty of Cambodia the Pagan
223
The End of the Thai Kingdom of Sukhothai and the Founding
232
The End of the Indian Kingdoms
235

Vlll The Flowering of the Kingdoms of Angkor
110
Suryavarman l in Cambodia
134
Cambodia at the Height of its Power The lntroduction
169
Conclusion
247
Abbreviations Used in Notes
257
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