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Siam Empire Thailand 1350 - 1909 659
 
 
Bangkok Period Thailand ( 1, 2 ) 1767 - 1932 165
 
 
Vientiane Laos
   
   
Luang Phrabang Laos 1707 - 1949 242
 
 
Dark Ages of Laos 1707 - 1893 186
 
     
Muang Phuan Laos 1707 - 1949 242
 
 
Champasak Laos 1713 - 1946 233
 
 
Lovek Cambodia 1525 - 93 68
 
Champa Dynasties Vietnam 192 - 1883 1691
   
 
Portuguese Malacca Malasia 1511 - 1641 130
 
Bendahara Malasia 1699 - 1877 178
 
   
Perak Malasia 1528 - Present 483
Jahor Sultanate Malasia 1528 - Present 483
     
Sarawak Malasia
 
 
Mataram Sultanate Indonesia 1500s - 1700s 200s
   
 
Banten Sultanate Java Indonesia 1527 - 1813 286
 
Dutch East Indies Company Indonesia
 
 
Portuguese occupation of Indonesia 1512 - 1850 238
 
 
 
Pattani Sultanate Philipines 1516 - 1771 255
     
 
Maguindanao Sultanate Philipinnes 1520 - 1991 371
 
 
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Hsipaw (Thibaw, Dutawadi)
58 BC - 1886
1944
@ Thibaw
Saopha 58 BC - 1886 1944
Hsipaw (Thibaw, Dutawadi)
58 BC - 1886
1944
Hsipaw (Thibaw, Dutawadi)
58 BC - 1886
1944
@ Thibaw
Saopha 58 BC - 1886 1944
1788 - 1809 21 Sao Hswe Kya
Hsipaw (Thibaw, Dutawadi)
58 BC - 1886
1944
1809 - 43 34 Sao Hkun Hkwi
1843 - 53 10 Sao Hkun Paw
1853 - 66 13 Sao Kya Htun
1866 - 86 20 Sao Kya Hkeng
1886 - 1902 16 Hkun Saing
1902 - 28 26 Sao Hke
1928 - 38 10 Sao On Kya
1938 - 47 9 Under direct British administration
1947 - 59 12  Sao Kya Seng
 
Hsihkip (Thigyit)
600 - 1886 1286
Hsihkip (Thigyit)
600 - 1886 1286
Hsihkip (Thigyit)
600 - 1886 1286
Hsihkip (Thigyit)
600 - 1886 1286
Myosa 600 - 1886 1286
1800 - 5 5 Hkun Chok
1805 - 10 5 Hkun Hpe
1810 - 5 5 Hkun Daw
1815 - 20 5 Maung Paw
1820 - 5 5 Maung Paik
1825 - 30 5 Hkun Hmom
1830 - 40 10 Hkam Lin -Regent
1840 - 5 5 Hkun Nyun
1845 - 8 3 Twet Kye -Regent
1848 - 51 3 Hkun Ywe
1851 - 62 11 Hkun Ton
1863 - 70 7 Son Hkun Hpon
1870 - 86 16 Maung Hnya
1886 Incorporated into Yawnghwe
 
Möngkawng (Mogaung)
603 - 1887 1283
1498 - 1532 34 Kywansisa (Chow Long or Mogaung Mintayagyi)
1532 - 50 18 Brother of Kywansisa
1550 - 60 10 Sao Peng
1560 - 77 17 ^Sao Peng
1577 - 90 13 Panlesa
1590 - 1600 10 Mositsa

Möngkawng (Mogaung)
603 - 1887 1283
1600 - 29 29 Chow Seng Long

Möngkawng (Mogaung)
603 - 1887 1283
1750 - 61 11 Chow Ta Khuen Meng
1761 - 77 16 Saw Haw Seng (Hkaw Seng)
1777 - 9 2 Saw Khine (Brother of Saw Haw Seng)
1779 - 91 12 Vacant
1791 - 5 4 Khun Kawng Seng (4th-Möngkawng)
Myowuns:
1795 - 7 2 Mye Swane Wunmin
1797 - 9 2 Nga Sout Wunmin
1799 - 1804 5 Ekkabat Myinwun

Möngkawng (Mogaung)
603 - 1887 1283
1804 - 6 2 Nemyo Thiri Sithu
1806 - 7 1 Shwedaung Letwel Kyaw
1807 - 8 1 Maha Nawrahta
1808 - 9 1 Maung Hsuan
1809 - 11 2 Yegaung Seintathu
1811 - 2 1 Shwedaung Thainkhathu & Yegaung Nawrahta
1812 - 3 1 Thiri Nawrahta
1813 - 4 1 Shwedaung Letwel Kyaw 2ndX
1814 - 8 4 Nemyo Theidi Kyawdin
1818 - 9 1 Yedin Kyawdin
1819 - 20 1 Yegaung Thura
1820 - 2 2 Nemyo Mindin
1822 - 4 2 Nemyo Yegaung Nawrahta
1824 - 6 2 Nemyo Htinmin
1826 - 7 1 Maha Nanda Raza, Saopha of Thonze & Nemyo Zeya Kyawgaung
1827 - 8 1 Nemyo Minhla
1828 - 32 4 Nemyo Nanda Nawrahta, Mingyi Maha Thilawa & Nemyo Zeya Kyawgaung(2nd times)
1832 - 5 3 Maha Thiri Kyawdin
1835 - 6 1 Nemyo Thiri Thihathu
1836 - 7 1 Nemyo Minhtin Sithu
1837 - 9 2 Saopha of Thonze 2ndX
1839 - 40 1 U Mann
1840 - 1 1 U Than Twe
1841 - 5 4 Brother of Queen Bhamo
1845 - 6 1 U Than Twe 2ndX
1846 - 8 2 U Mann 2ndX
1848 - 52 4 U Kyan
1852 - 4 2 U Mann 3rdX
1854 - 8 4 U Hla Paw Gyi
1858 - 9 1 U Yama & U Shin Gyi (^U Yama)
1859 - 64 5 U Lat
1864 - 6 2 U Maung
1866 - 7 1 U Kyae
1867 U Lat 2ndX
1867 - 8 1 U Yan Shin
1868 - 71 3 U Tha Hton
1871 - 3 2 U Moe
1873 - 5 2 U Shwe Aung
1875 - 7 2 U Hla Paw Kalay (^U Shwe Aung)
1877 - 82 5 U Boe
1882 - 3 1 U Si
1883 - 5 2 U Shwe Tha (Father of Waing Hso Saopha)
1885 - 6 1 U Kala (Amat of Mogaung)
1886 - 7 1 U Pho Saw (^U kala)

 
Hsenwi
650 - 1888 1238

Hsenwi
650 - 1888 1238

Hsenwi
650 - 1888 1238
sets its legendary foundation before 650. It was ruled by a Saopha & ceased to exist in March 1888, when it was split into North Hsenwi & South Hsenwi. rulers were:
1778 - 1800 22 Sao Hswe Cheng (Kon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hsenwi
650 - 1888 1238
1800 - 15 15 Sao Hsö Kaw
1815 - 9 4 Mogaung Wun -Regent
1819 - 21 2 Sao Naw Möng
1821 - 4 3 Hkun Hkam Hkawt
1824 - 7 3 Sao Hkam Pak
1827 - 31 4 Sao Hkam Nan
1831 - 8 7 Sao Hkun Maung Lek
1838 - 45 7 Sao Hkam Leng (Hsö Hkan Hpa)
1845 - 8 3 Sao Hseng Naw Hpa 1stX
1848 - 53 5 Vacant
1853 - 5 2 Sao Hseng Naw Hpa 2ndX
1855 - 8 3 Vacant
1858 - 60 2 Sao Hpa Mawng Hpa 1stX
1860 - 3 3 Vacant
1863 - 4 1 Sao Hpa Mawng Hpa 2ndX
1864 - 6 2 Shwe Pyi Bo
1866 - 7 1 U Ma Nga
1867 - 9 2 Sao Hseng Naw Hpa 3rdX
1869 - 73 4 Vacant
1873 - 4 1 Win Hmu
1874 - 5 1 Sao Hseng Naw Hpa 4thX
1875 - 6 1 Natsu Letya
1876 - 9 3 Sao Hseng Naw Hpa 5thX
1879 - 88 9 Hkun Hsang Ton Hong

 
Waing Hso (Wynn Tho)
941 - 1886 945
Saophas 941 - 1886 945
1583 - 92 9 Minkadu
1592 - 9 7 Tho Ye
1599 - 1619 20 Tein-nyin-sa Saing Hkan
Waing Hso (Wynn Tho)
941 - 1886 945
1619 - 35 16 Thakin Kaw Nyo
1635 - 47 12 Saw Nin Mein
1647 - 71 24 Sit Naing (Myosa of Mosit)
1671 - 97 26 Kye Möng U Kyaw (^Sit Naing)
1697 Maung Kyin Baw
1697 - 1702 5 Maung Sun
Waing Hso (Wynn Tho)
941 - 1886 945
1702 - 14 12 Kyaung Phu
1714 - 56 42 Myat Kawng (^U Kyaw)
1756 - 78 22 Aung Nyo (Brother of Myat Kawng)
1778 - 80 2 Maung Tin
1780 - 1 1 Aung Tha (Brother of Maung Tin)
1781 - 1866 85 Vacant
Waing Hso (Wynn Tho)
941 - 1886 945
1866 - 78 12 U Shwe Tha
1882 - 90 8 U Aung Myat ^U Shwe Tha Last Saopha of Waing Hso
Myothugyi 1781 - 1886 105
1781 - 98 17 Maung Taw Zan
1798 - 1827 29 Maung Tha Ywe
1827 - 9 2 Thwin Pyu
1829 - 31 2 Maung Kwe
1831 - 3 2 Maung Shwe Tha ^Maung Tha Ywe
1833 - 49 16 Shwe Thi
1849 - 52 3 San Tit
1852 - 66 14 Shwe Tha
1866 - 86 20 Yawnghwe (Nyaungshwe)
 
Panduranga
1033 - 1835 802
 Băl Cau 1433 - 1536 103
1494 - 1530 36 Bà Cấp Po Kabih
1530 - 6 6 Bà Khứ Po Karutdrak
 Băl Cau 1536 - 79 43
1536 - 41 5 Ma-kha Trà-lộc Maha Sarak
1541 - 53 12 Bà Bãi Po Kunarai
1553 - 79 26 Bà Ất Po At
 Băl Cau 1579 - 1622 43
1579 - 1603 24 Bà Khắc-lượng Khất-lưu Po Klong Halau
Panduranga
1033 - 1835 802
1603 - 13 10 Bà Nhiếp Po Nit
1613 - 8 5 Bà Thái Po Jai Paran
1618 - 22 4 Bà Ưng Po Aih Khang
 Băl Canar 1622 - 1786 64
1622 - 7 5 Bà Khắc-lượng Như-lai Po Klong M'hnai
1627 - 51 34 Bà Lâm Po Rome
1651 - 3 2 Bà Thấm Po Nraop
1654 - 7 3 Bà Thích Po Saktiraydapaghoh
1657 - 9 2 Bà Chất Po Jatamah
1659 - 92 33 Bà Tranh Po Saot
1695 - 1727 32 Bà Tử Po Saktiraydapatih
1627 - 1730 103 Bà Thị Po Ganuhpatih
Panduranga
1033 - 1835 802
1730 - 2 2 Nguyễn Văn Thuận Po Thuntiraidaputih
1732 - 63 31 Nguyễn Văn Đạt Po Rattiraydaputao
1763 - 5 2 Nguyễn Văn Thiết Po Tisundimahrai
1768 - 80 12 Nguyễn Văn Tịch Po Tisuntiraydapaghoh
1780 - 1 1 Nguyễn Văn Tá Po Tisuntiraydapuran
1783 - 6 3 Nguyễn Văn Chiêu Cei Brei
 Băl Canar 1793 - 1835 42
1786 - 93 7 Nguyễn Văn Tá Po Tisuntiraydapuran (restored)
1786 Nguyễn Văn Tòng Po Chongchan
1793 - 9 6 Nguyễn Văn Hào Po Ladhuanpaghuh
Panduranga
1033 - 1835 802
1799 - 1822 23 Nguyễn Văn Chấn Po Saong Nyung Ceng
1822 Nguyễn Văn Lân Po Bait Lan
1822 - 8 6 Nguyễn Văn Vĩnh Po Klan Thu
1828 - 32 4 Nguyễn Văn Thừa Po Phaok The
1834 - 5 1 Bà Hóa Ba-lai Po War Palei
British rule in Burma
1824 - 1948 124
@ 1826 - 52 26 Moulmein
1853 - 1942 99
Rangoon
1942 - 5 3
Shimla
1945 - 8 3
Rangoon
1942 - 5 3 Capital-in-exile Shimla, British India
British rule in Burma
1824 - 1948 124
@ Burma
1494 - 1502 8 Salingathu M^<
1502 - 13 11 Raza ^
1513 - 5 2 Gazapati ^
1515 Saw O ^<< <Salingathu
1515 - 21 6 Thazata ^Dawlya
1521 - 31 10 Minkhaung <
1531 - 54 23 Min Bin ^Min Raza
1554 - 6 2 Dikkha ^
1556 - 64 8 Saw Hla ^
1564 - 72 8 Sekkya <
1572 - 93 21 Hpalaung ^Min Bin
1593 - 1612 19 Razagri ^
1612 - 22 10 Khamaung ^
1622 - 38 16 Thiri Thudhamma ^
1638 Sanay ^
1638 - 45 7 Narapati ^^^Min Bin
1645 - 52 7 Thado ^
1652 - 74 22 Sanda Thudhamma ^
1674 - 85 11 Oaggar Bala ^
1685 - 92 7 Wara Dhamma <
1692 - 4 2 Mani Dhamma <
1694 - 6 2 Sanda Thuriya 1 <
1696 Nawrahta ^
1696 - 7 1 Mayuppiya Usurper
1697 - 8 1 Kalamandat Usurper
1698 - 1700 2 Naradipati ^Sanda Thuriya
1700 - 7 7 Sanda Wimala 1 ^^Thado
1707 - 10 3 Sanda Thuriya 2 ^^Sanda Thudhamma
Interregnum 2 months 1710 - 85 75
1710 - 31 21 Sanda Wizaya Usurper
1731 - 4 3 Sanda Thuriya 3 ^=
1734 - 5 1 Naradipati 2 ^
1735 - 7 2 Narapawara Usurper
1737 - 8 1 Sanda Wizala <<
1738 - 43 5 Madarit <
1743 - 61 18 Nara Apaya ^<
1761 - 2 1 Thirithu ^
1762 - 4 2 Sanda Parama <
1764 - 74 10 Apaya <=
1774 - 7 3 Sanda Thumana <=
1777 Sanda Wimala 2 Usurper
1777 - 82 5 Sanda Thaditha Usurper
1782 - 5 3 Maha Thammada Usurper
Mong Pai (Mobye)
1800 - 1886 86
1800 - 3 3 ?
1803 - 5 2 Hkun Pya 2ndX
1805 - 8 3 Hkam Maung
1808 - 20 12 Hkam Hlaing 1stX
1820 - 3 3 Nga Kyi -Regent
1823 - 36 13 Hkam Hlaing 2ndX
1836 - 91 55 Hkun Yon
1891 - 1908 17 Hkun
1908 - 52 44 Sao Pin Nya

 
Wanmaw (Bhamo) 1470 - 1772 302
Saophas 1470 - 1772 302
1580 - 1601 21 Sao Sein

Wanmaw (Bhamo) 1470 - 1772 302
1580 - 1601 21 Sao Sein
1601 - 85 84 Sao Seng Long
1685 - 1706 21 Sao Pi Hpa

Wanmaw (Bhamo) 1470 - 1772 302
1706 - 19 13 Sao Tun Hpa
1719 - 20 1 Hpo U
1720 - 7 7 Sao Mong Hpa
1727 - 34 7 Sao Tung Ngai 1
1734 - 5 1 Vacant
1735 - 42 7 Kit Haw
1742 - 70 28 Sao Tung Ngai 2
1770 - 2 2 Sao Myut Aung 1690 - 1772 82
1772 Incorporated into Burma

Loimaw (Lwemaw)
1800 - 86 86
Ngwegunhmus 1800 - 86 86
1800 - 34 34 Maung Hpo Gok
1834 - 44 10 Maung Hpo Saw
1844 - 7 3 Maung Lok
1847 Maung Shwe Daung
1847 - 74 27 Maung Shwe Pyi 1stX
1874 - 6 2 Vacant
1876 - 7 1 Maung Kya
1878 - 80 2 Maung Meik
1880 - 6 6 Maung Chit
1886 Maung At
 
   
Möngyawng
1700 - 1800 100
Myosas 1700 - 1800 100
1700 - 20 20 Inta Wasai
1720 - 40 20 ?
1740 - 60 20 Hsen Sulin (Surin Pumintha)
1760 - 80 20 Hsai Ya Kuman
1780 - 1800 20 Sao Yawt
Möngpan
1800 - 86 86
Myosas 1800 - 86 86
1800 - 8 8 Naw Hkam
1809 - 23 14 Mana Ne Myo
1823 - 58 35 Maung Shwe Hkam
1858 - 67 9 Hkun Tun U
Saophas 1867 - 86 19
1867 - 86 19 Hkun Tun U
 
   
Hsamönghkam (Thamaingkan)
1700 - 1886 186
Founded before 1700 & under a Myosa, its known rulers were:
Hsamönghkam (Thamaingkan)
1700 - 1886 186
1807 - 18 11 Maung Shwe Pon
1825 - 34 9 Maung Shwe E 1stX
1834 - 47 13 Maung Me 1stX
1847 Maung Shwe E 2ndX
1847 - 8 1 Maung Me 2ndX
1848 - 67 19 Maung Shwe Min 1stX
1867 Maung Lin 1stX
1867 - 70 3 Maung Tha U
1870 - 6 6 Maung Kyi
1876 - 80 4 Maung Lin 2ndX
1880 - 5 5 Maung Su Ka
1885 - 6 1 Maung Shwe Min 2ndX
 
   
Kokang
1739 - 1866 127
Cheif 1739 - 95 56
1739 - 58 19 Yang Shien Tsai, Chief of Shin Da Hu
1758 - 95 37 Yang Wei Shin, Chief of Kho Kan Shan
expanded his territory & renamed it Kho Kan Shan.
Heng 1795 - 1795 - 71
1795 - 1840 45 Yang Yon Gen, Heng of Kokang
Kokang
1739 - 1866 127
1840 - 74 34 Yang Guo Hwa, Heng of Kokang
1874 - 1916 40 Yang Guo Zhen, Heng of Kokang
 
 

 

Hanthawaddy 2
1740 - 57
17
@ Burma
Tawngpeng
1753 - 1886 133
1819 - 37 18 Ba Hkun Hso
1837 - 6 9 Ba Hkun Tan Möng
1847 - 56 9 Shwe Ok Hka (Shwe Taung Kyaw)
1856 - 65 9 Hkun Hsa (Ba Hkam Hkun Shinye)
1865 - 8 3 Aung Tha
1868 - 77 9 Kwan Kon
1877 - 87 10 Hkun Hkam Möng

 
   
Pangmi 1700s?
1700s? Sao Khun Min
Namtok (Nantok) 1800 - 86 86
Rulers 1800 - 86 86
1800 - 16 16 Maung Shwe Tha
1816 Tha Zan
1816 - 8 2 Maung Yi
Ngegunhmus 1818 - 86 58
1818 - 28 Maung Yi
1828 - 43 15 Hkun Taw
1843 - 58 15 Hkun Pwe
1858 - 68 10 Hkun Pwang
1868 - 78 10 Hkun Hmam
1878 - 92 14 Hkun Pu
 
1548 - 9 1 Burmese Siamese War Siam (Ayutthaya) vs Portuguese mercenaries & Burma (Pegu) Portuguese mercenaries
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Konbaung
1752 - 1885 133
@ Burma
1752 - 60
8 Shwebo
1760 - 5 5 Sagaing
1783 - 1821 38 Amarapura
1821 - 42 21 Ava 
1842 - 59 17 Amarapura
1765 - 83 18 Amarapura
1859 - 85 26 Mandalay
1752 - 60 8 Alaungpaya village chief Future Buddha-King
founder of dynasty & Third Burmese Empire,
1750s Invaded Ayutthaya
1760 - 3 3 Naungdawgyi Royal Elder Brother ^
1763 - 76 13 Hsinbyushin Lord of White Elephant <
1767 Burmese conquered Ayutthaya kingdom.
1770s invaded & sacked Ayutthaya
1770s invaded Chiang Mai
1770s invaded Laos
1770s invaded  Manipur
1770s successfully repulsed 4 Chinese invasions
1776 - 81 5 Singu ^
1782 Phaungka << ^Naungdawgyi <Lord of Phaungka
shortest reign in Konbaung history of just over one week
1782 - 1819 34 Bodawpayauncle Royal Lord Grandfather ^Alaungpaya
 
Konbaung
1752 - 1885 133
1810s invaded & annexed Arakan
1810s invaded Ayutthaya
1811 - 15 4 Arakanese Uprising. Burma. Third Burmese Empire vs Rohingya Insurgents
1819 - 37 18 Bagyidaw Royal Elder Uncle ^^
1824 - 1948 Colonial era of Burma
1823 - 6 3 1st Anglo-Burmese War United Kingdom British East India Company Native Tribes Third Burmese Empire
1825 Battle of Danubyu
1825 Battle of Prome
invaded Assam
invaded   Manipur
Bang Rajan 2000
Deceivers 1988
Sunghursh 1968
Sabaka 1954
1837 - 46 9 Tharrawaddy
1846 - 53 7 Pagan ^
1852 - 5 2nd Anglo / Burmese War 1852 Second AngloBurmese War British Empire British East India Company Third Burmese Empire
1853 overthrown by Mindon after his defeat in war
1853 - 78 25 Mindon /<
sued for peace with British; had a very narrow escape in a palace rebellion by two of his sons but his brother Crown Prince Ka Naung was killed
1878 - 85 7 Thibaw ^
1885 3rd Anglo-Burmese war 1885 - 7 British Empire India vs Third Burmese Empire
1885 King exiled to India after defeat
1823 - 87 64 British Empire annexed Burma (now also called Myanmar) after three Anglo-Burmese Wars.
1886 - 94 8 Holy Trinity Cathedral, Yangon
1895 - 9 4 Saint Marys Cathedral, Yangon
1900s - 48 48 Nationalist movement of Burma
Burma State
1943 - 45
2
1944 Burma recaptured
Union of Burma
1948 - 62
14
1948 Burma becomes Independent
Burma Socialist Republic
1962 - 88 26
Japanese Burma
1942 - 6 4
Union of Myanmar
1989 - 2010
22
   
Tawngpeng
1753 - 1886 133
Saophas 1753 - 1886 133
1753 - 9 6 Ta Dwe Ba
1760 - 4 4 Ba Hkun Mya
1764 - 75 11 Ba Hkun Saing
1775 - 81 6 Ba Dwe Taw
1781 Ba Loi Lio
1781 - 1819 38 Ba Hkun Kein Möng
Tawngpeng
1753 - 1886 133
 
   
Kambosarattha (Kanbawza)
1762 - 1886 124
@ Nyaung Shwe
1762 - 1815 53 Sao Yun
Kambosarattha (Kanbawza)
1762 - 1886 124
1815 - 52 37 Sao U
1852 - 8 6 Sao Se Hom
1858 - 64 6 Sao Naw Hpa
1864 - 6 2 Sir Saw Maung 1stX
1886 - 7 1 Sao On
 
   
Myowuns
1772 - 1886
114
1772 - 92 20 Mingyi Wailuthaya (U Shwe Ye)
Myowuns
1772 - 1886
114
1853 - 78 25 Mingyi Maha Minhtin Yaza
1878 - 86 8 U Pho Hla
 
   
Mawnang (Bawnin)
1774 -
1886 112
Myosas 1774 - 1886 112
1774 - 94 20 Maung Myat 2ndX
1794 - 1814 20 Naw Hkam Lin
Mawnang (Bawnin)
1774 -
1886 112
1814 - 34 20 Maung Kaung
1834 - 54 20 Maung Pot
1854 - 74 20 Maung Maung
1874 - 83 9 Hkun Hkam
1883 - 6 3 Hkun Shwe Hkam -Regent
 
   
Hsahtung (Thaton) 1781 - 1886 105
1781 - 1820 39 Hkun Samu
Hsahtung (Thaton) 1781 - 1886 105
1820 - 39 19 Descendants of Hkun Samu
1839 - 86 47 Hkun Kyaw Le
 
   
Kyawkku Hsiwan (Kyaukku)
1783 - 1886
3
Ngwegunhmus 1783 - 1886 3
1783 - 1820 37 Nga Kaw Tha
Kyawkku Hsiwan (Kyaukku)
1783 - 1886
3
1820 - 1 1 Nga Thi Ri
1821 - 43 22 Nga Chit Win
1844 - 52 8 Nga Shwe Maung 1 1stX
1852 - 6 4 Nga Shwe Yit -Regent
1856 - 63 7 Nga Shwe Maung 1 2ndsX
1863 - 5 2 Nga Yan Kon -Regent
1865 - 73 8 Nga San
1873 - 4 1 Nga Shwe Maung 2 -Regent
1874 - 6 2 Nga Tha U -Regent
1876 - 7 1 Nga Tun -Regent
1877 - 93 16 Nga Thaing
 
   
Hopong (Hopon)
1783 - 1886 103
"Ngwegunhmu" 1783 - 1885 102
1783 - 1818 35 Hkun Kya
Hopong (Hopon)
1783 - 1886 103
1818 - 33 15 Hkun Sin
1833 - 45 12 Hkun Nun
1845 Hkun La
1845 - 51 6 Hkun Lin
1851 - 85 34 Hkun Ti
"Myoza" 1885 - 1952 67
1885 - 93 8 Hkun Wara
1893 - 1900 7 Hkun Tse

 
   
Mawsön (Bawzaing) 1784 - 1986 202
Ngwegunhmus 1784 - 1986 202
1784 - 1809 25 Maung Pwe
Mawsön (Bawzaing) 1784 - 1986 202
1809 - 34 25 Maung Kyaw
1834 - 59 25 Maung Waing
1859 - 78 19 Maung Nyun
1878 - 86 8 Maung Kya Ywet
 
   
Loi-ai (Lwe-e) 1785 - 1880 95
Ngwegunhmus 1785 - 1880 95
1785 - 1814 29 Paw Kyi
Loi-ai (Lwe-e) 1785 - 1880 95
1814 - 34 20 Maung Shwe
1834 - 64 30 Kaw Thaw
1864 - 8 4 Maung Kaing
1868 - 70 2 Vacant
1870 - 80 10 Hkun Shwe Kya


 
   
Lawksawk (Yatsauk) 1791 - 1886 95
Saophas 1791 - 1886 95
1791 - 1811 20 Hkun Sam Lik
Lawksawk (Yatsauk) 1791 - 1886 95
1812 - 3 1 On Gaing
1813 - 50 37 Hkun Shwe Ek
1850 - 4 4 Vacant
1854 - 81 27 Sao Waing 1stX
1886 - 7 1 Sao Waing 2ndX
 
   
Laihka (Lègya) 1794 - 1886 92
Myosas 1794 - 1886 92
1794 - 1803 8 Law Na
Laihka (Lègya) 1794 - 1886 92
1803 - 7 4 La Hkam
1807 - 30 23 Hkun Lek
1830 - 54 24 Hkun Lek
1854 - 6 2 Shwe Ok Hka (Shwe Taung Kyaw)
1856 - 60 4 Hkun Long
1860 - 2 2 Sao Hkam Mawng 1stX
1862 - 6 4 Hkun Hkawt
1866 - 8 2 (female)
1868 - 79 11 Sao Hkam Mawng 2ndX
1879 - 82 3 Vacant
1882 - 1928 46 Hkun Lai
 
   
Pangtara (Pindara) 1796 - 1886 90
Ngwegunhmus 1796 - 1886 90
1796 - 1802 6 Maung Than
Pangtara (Pindara) 1796 - 1886 90
1802 - 9 7 Maung Pe 1
1809 - 19 10 Maung Khan U
1819 - 43 24 Maung Shwe Min
1843 - 5 2 Mi Thit (f)
1845 - 7 2 Mi Sit (f)
1847 - 50 3 Maung Hpo Eik
1850 - 1 1 Maung Shwe Thi -Regent
1851 - 7 6 Maung Myat Hpu
1857 - 9 2 Maung Pe 2
1859 - 60 1 Maung Lun Ya 1stX
1860 - 1 1 Maung Hpo
1862 - 8 6 Maung Than 1stX Regent
1868 - 9 1 Maung Lun Ya 2ndX
1869 - 71 2 Maung Than 2ndX
1871 - 7 6 Vacant
1877 - 8 1 Maung Lun Ya 3rdX
1878 - 80 2 Vacant
1880 - 5 5 Maung Lun Ya 4thX
1885 - 8 3 Vacant
 
     
Mawkmai (Maukme)
1800 - 86 86
Saophas 1800 - 86 86
1800 - 18 18 Hsai Kyaw
1818 - 24 6 Awk Hkun
1824 - 31 7 Let To
1831 - 44 13 Hkam U
1844 - 67 23 Ko Lan 1stX
1867 - 8 13 Hkum Hmôm 1
1868 - 87 19 Ko Lan 2ndX


 
     
Namhkai (Nanke)
1808 - 86 78
Ngwegunhmus 1808 - 86 78
1808 - 18 10 Nga Dammaa
1818 - 67 49 Hkun Pe
1867 - 74 7 Hkun Pan 1stX X91
1874 - 6 2 Vacant
1876 - 88 12 Hkun Hwaing 1stX
 
     
Kenghkam (Kyaingkan)
1811 - 88 77
Myosas 1811 - 88 77
1811 - 54 43 Bodaw Sao Hkam Yi
1855 - 64 11 Sao Hkun Mwe
1864 - 70 6 Naw Hkam Leng
1870 - 4 4 Incorporated into Möngnai
1874 - 8 4 Sao Hkun Long
1878 - 82 4 Incorporated into Möngnai
1882 - 88 Sao Naw Süng
 
     
Mönglong
1813 - 86 73
Myosas 1813 - 86 73
1813 - 42 29 Hsö Han Hpa
1842 - 54 12 Hsö San Hpa (Hkun Hsa)
1854 - 66 12 Hsö Kawn Kyawng
1866 - 75 9 Hkun Nyon
1875 - 80 5 Hkun Yawt
1880 - 6 6 Heng Nga Maung
 
     
Kengcheng (Kyaingchaing)
1813 - 33 20
1813 - 33 20 Hpaya Möng Hkon
 
     
Manglon
1814 - 86 72
Saophas (sawbwas) 1814 - 86 72
1814 - 22 8 Hsö Hkam (Ta Awng) X1822
1822 - 52 30 Sao Hkun Sang
1852 - 3 1 Uyaraza (died 1853)
1853 - 60 7 Naw Hpa (died 1860)
1860 - 81 21 Tön Hsang
1877 - 92 15 Sao Maha (in West Manglön)
 
     
Mong Pawn (Maing Pun)
1816 - 86 70
Myosas 1816 - 80 64
1816 - 60 44 Hkun Lek
1860 - 80 20 Hkun Ti
Saophas 1880 - 6 6
1880 - 1928 48 Hkun Ti
 
     
Möngsit (Maingseik)
1816 - 86 70
1816 - 57 41 ?
1857 Sao Haw Pik
1857 - 65 8 Hkun Kyaw San
1865 - 73 8 Hkun Lu
1873 - 6 3 ?
1876 - 80 4 ?
1880 - 3 3 Vacant
1883 - 6 3 Hkam Pwin
 
 

 
Samka
1820 - 66 46
Myosas 1820 - 66 46
1820 - 38 18 Hkun Ye
1838 - 58 20 Hkun Sun 1stX
1858 - 60 2 Hkun Noi 1stX
1860 - 72 12 Hkun Sun 2ndX
1873 - 6 3 Sao Sein Bu 1stX
1876 - 83 7 Hkun Noi 2ndX
1883 - 5 2 Hkun Pwin
1885 - 1915 30 Sao Sein Bu 2ndX

 
     
Möngtung (Maington)
1826 - 86 60
1826 - 46 20 Hkun Sang Kang
1846 - 66 20 Hkun Kyaw Htam
1866 - 86 20 Hkun Hsa

 
     
Loilong (Lwelong) Loilong (Pinlaung)
1834 - 86 54
Ngwegunhmus 1834 - 80 36
1834 - 54 20 Hkun Na
1854 - 6 2 Hkun San Da
1856 - 80 24 Hkun Pu (La Mu) X82
Myosas 1880 - 86 6
1880 - 2 2 Hkun Pu (La Mu) (died 1882)
1882 - 1938 56 Hkun Hkam Chok (died 16 November 1938)
 
     
Mongkung
1835 - 60
25
1835 - 60 25 Hkun Long
 
     
Möngping (Maingpyin)
1835 - 42
7
1835 - 42 7 Hkam Hlaing
1842 occupied by Lawksawk.
 
     
Möngleng (Mohlaing)
1840 - 87 47
1840 - 65 25 Kya U
1865 - 87 22 Hkam Leng
 
     
Mong Nai (Monè)
1850 - 62 12
1850 - 75 25 Hkun Nu Nom
1875 - 1914 39 Hkun Kyi
1914 - 28 14 Hkun Kyaw Sam
1928 - 52 24 Hkun Kyaw Ho
1952 - 62 10 Sao Pyae (last Saopha of Mone')
 
     
Mongnawng
1851 - 86 35
1851 - 66 15 Heng Awn
1866 - 8 2 Hkun Hkang
1868 - 86 18 Hkun Tun

 
     
Monghsu
1857 - 79 22
1857 - 79 22 Hkun Mon
1879 - 1901 22 Hkun Maha
 
     
Kenglön (Kyainglon)
1857 - 86 29
1857 - 73 16 Maung Pwin
1873 - 4 1 Naw Hkam U
1874 - 88 14 Hkun Tawn
 
     
Ngwegunhmus
1857 - 86 29
1857 - 60 3 Maung Htun Lin X1864
1861 - 86 25 Maung Nyo Sein X1886
1886 Maung Thu Daw 1stX 1878 - ?
1886 10D Mi Thaung
1886 Hkam Ti (Zinkaling)
 
     
Sakoi
1860 -
86 26
Myosas 18 1860 - 86 26
1860 - 77 17 Hkun
1877 - 86 9 Hkun Ton

 
     
Kehsi Mansam (Kyithi Bansan)
1860 - 86 26
1860 - 81 21 Hkun Yawt
1881 - 6 5 Hkun Yawt Seng
 
     
Wanyin (Banyin)
1865 -
86 21
Rulers 1865 - 86 21
1865 - 74 9 Hkun Saw
Myosas 1874 - 93 19
1874 - 93 19 Hkun Saw
 
1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
Thailand
1528 Suriyothai
Legend of Suriyothai 2001
1558 Burmese capture Chiang Mai
1569 Burmese sack Ayutthaya
 
Thonburi
1767 - 82 15
Thailand
1767 - 82 15 Taksin Great
Rattanakosin
1782 - 1932 150
@
Chakri dynasty  1782 - Present
1782 - 1809 27 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramoruracha Maha Chakri Boromanat
Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok
the Great Rama 1
1782 Thais move capital to Bangkok ( Wat Phra Kaeo , early phase)
1782 - 1819 37 King Badawpaya conquers Mrauk U @ Arakan, builds at Mingun. Mahamuni temple Thailand
1767 Burmese sack Ayutthaya again, but are driven out in 1777
1767 Battle of Bang Rajan
1778 Emerald Buddha taken back to Thailand
Rattanakosin
1782 - 1932 150
@
1809 - 24 15 Phrabat Somdet Phra Boromratchapongchet
Mahetsawarasunthon
Phra Phutthaloetla Naphalai Rama 2
1824 - 50 26 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramathiworaset
Maha Jessadabodindra
Phra Nang Klao Chao Yu Hua Rama 3
1800s Baan Haw Mosque Thailand
1851 - 68 17 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramenthra
Maha Mongkut
Phra Chom Klao Chao Yu Hua  Rama 4
1860 Anna & King
Anna & King 2000
Anna & King of Siam 1946
1868 - 1910 42 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paraminthra
Maha Chulalongkorn
Phra Chulachomklao Chao Yu Hua 
the Great Rama 5
1893 Franco Siamese War France French Indochina Siam
1890 - 6 6 Roman Catholic Diocese of Ratchaburi
Rattanakosin
1782 - 1932 150
@
1910 - 25 15 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramenthra Maha Vajiravudh Phra Mongkut Klao Chao Yu Hua  Rama 6
1910 - 8 Assumption Cathedral, Bangkok
1925 - 35 10 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paraminthra Maha Prajadhipok Phra Pok Klao Chao Yu Hua  Rama 7
1767 - 1932 Bangkok Period ( 1, 2 )
1935 - 46 11 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramenthra Maha Ananda Mahidol
Phra Atthama Ramathibodin Rama 8
1946 - 50 4 Phrabat Somdet Phra
Boromchanakathibet
Maha Bhumibol Adulyadej Maharaj Borommanatbophit Rama 9
1952 - 2019 67 Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramenthra Ramathibodhi Srisin
Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajira Klao Chao Yu Hua Rama 10
Military Dictatorship in Thailand 1932 - 73 41
@ Thailand
1962 Roman Catholic Diocese of Surat Thani
Republic of Thailand
1973 - Present
38
1999 Roman Catholic Diocese of Chiang Mai
1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
 
Luang Phrabang
1707 - 1893 186
Laos
1707 - 13 6 Kitsarat
1713 - 23 10 Ong Kham
1723 - 49 26 Thao Ang Intha ^
1749 Intharavongsa
1749 Inthaphom
1749 - 68 19 Sotika-Kuomane Burmese vassal, 1765 - 8 3
1768 - 88 20 Surinyavong 2 Burmese vassal 1768 - 78 10
1791 - 2 1 Siamese occupation
1792 - 4 2 Anurutha 1stX
1794 Siamese occupation
1794 - 1819 25 Anurutha 2ndX

Luang Phrabang
1707 - 1893 186
1819 - 37 18 Manthaturath  Regent for Anurutha 1817 - 9 2
1825 - 6 1 lives as a monk in Bangkok leaving Luang Phra Bang to be administered by Thai officials)
1837 - 8 1 Unkeo Regent
1838 - 50 12 Sukha-Söm
1850 - 68 18 Chantharath
1868 - 95 27 Oun Kham Zakarine was regent for Oun Kham 1888 - 95 7
Zakarine French protectorate
1895 - 1904 9
 Sisavang Vong French protectorate
1904 - 46 42

Laos Kingdom
1954 - 75 21
Communist Laos
1975 - Present 36
 
Muang Phuan
1707 - 1893 187
Laos
1651 - 88 37 Kham Sanh  Xieng Khouang Provincial Governor in Lan Xang)
1688 - 1700 12 Kam Lan ^Kham Sanh
1723 - 51 28 Kham Sattha ^^Kam Lan, tributary to VietnamLuang Prabang, and Vientiane
1751 - 79 28 Ong Lo
1779 - 1803 24 Somphou
Muang Phuan
1707 - 1893 187
1803 - 31 28 Noi (Southaka Souvanna Koumar) ^<Somphou, executed by Emperor Minh Mạng of Vietnam)
1832 Xiang Khuoang annexed as Tran Ninh province by Vietnam
1848 - 65 17 Po ^Noi, vassal to Siam and Vietnam
1866 - 76 10 Ung ^Noi 
1874 Haw pirates invade Xiang Khouang
1876 - 80 4 Khanti ^Ung, vassal to Siam
1893 - 1945 52 Kham Ngon French Protectorate of Laos ends autonomy
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vientiane
1707 - 1828 121
Laos
1707 - 30 23 Setthathirath 2 
1730 - 67 37 Ong Long Burmese vassal 1765 - 8 3
1767 - 78 11 Ong Bun 1stX Burmese vassal
1778 - 80 2 Phraya Supho Siamese governor
1780 - 1 1 Ong Bun 2ndX
1781 - 95 14 Nanthasen
1795 - 1805 10 Intharavong Setthathirath 3
Vientiane
1707 - 1828 121
French Laos
1893 - 1953 60
1893 French colonise Laos & Guinea

French Laos
1893 - 1953 60
   
Champasak
1713 - 1904
191
Laos
1713 - 37 24 Nokasad Soysisamut Phutthangkun ^^Souligna Vongsa
1737 - 91 54 Sayakumane  ^Nokasat
1791 - 1811 20 Fay Na ^Phra Vorarat not of royal descent appointed by Siam
Champasak
1713 - 1904 191
1811 - 3 2 No Muong ^Fay Na, not of royal descent
1813 - 9 6 Manoi ^<Sayakoummane
Vientiane 1819 - 27 8
1819 - 27 8 Nho (Chao Yo house of ) ^King Anuvong, Kingdom of Vientiane
 1826 - 8 2 Lao rebellion
1829 - 93 64 Annexed by Siam
1828 - 40 12 Huy  ^^^Nokasat
1841 - 51 10 Nark <<Huy
1851 - 3 2 Boua regent 1853* ^Huy
Interregnum 1853 - 6 3
1856 - 8 2 Kham Nai ^Huy
Interregnum 1858 - 63 5
1863 - 99 26 Kham Souk ^Huy
1893 French divide kingdom
Champasak
1713 - 1904 191
1900 - 4 4 Ratsadanay (Nhouy) ^Khamsu
Kingdom dissolved but he retained his royal title during French colonization; 1905 - 34 29 given title as regional governor)
1551 Emerald Buddha taken to Laos
 
Dark Age of Laos
1707 - 1893
186
Laos
 
1945 - 49 Lao Issara in Laos
1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
Lovek
1525 - 93
68
@ Cambodia
1528 Ang Chan 1 moves Cambodian capital to Lovek
Dark Ages
1593 - 1863 270
Cambodia
 
1771 Tray Son Revolution
1778 - 1827 49 Viets conquer Mekong delta. Cambodia assumes roughly its modern boundary Laos : Vientiane becomes a Thai vassal state Vietnam
1811 - 2 1 Cambodian Rebellion Cambodian Usurpation Viet Nam Khmer Kingdom Forces of Khmer Pretender Ang Snguon Siam
French Cambodia
1863 - 1953 91
@ Cambodia
French Cambodia
1863 - 1953 91
1970 Coup in Cambodia
Vietnam war incursion in Cambodia
Khmer Republic
1970 - 5 5
Khmer Rouge
1975 - 9
4
@ Cambodia
Kampuchea Republic
1979
@ Cambodia
Cambodia State
1979 - 93 14
@ Cambodia
Untac in Cambodia
1992 - 93
1
Kingdom of Cambodia
1993 - Present 18
Phnom Penh
Khmer
Unitary parliamentary democracy & Constitutional monarchy
1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
1497 - 1504 7 Lê Hiến Tông
1504 - 51 Lê Túc Tông
1505 - 9 4 Lê Uy Mục
1510 - 6 6 Lê Tương Dực
1516 - 22 6 Lê Chiêu Tông Quang Thiệu 1516 - 26
1522 - 7 5 Lê Cung Hoàng Thống Nguyên 1522 - 7
Hanoi, Vietnam.
1527 - 9 2 Mạc Thái Tổ
1530 - 40 10 Mạc Thái Tông
1541 - 6 5 Mạc Hiến Tông
1546 - 61 15 Mạc Tuyên Tông
1562 - 92 30 Mạc Mậu Hợp
1592 Mạc Toàn. After Mạc Toàn, Mạc family fled to Cao Bằng & continued to occupy there until 1677.
1592 - 3 1 Kính Chỉ
1593 - 1625 33 Kính Cung
1623 - 38 15 Kính Khoan
1638 - 77 39 Kính Vũ (Mạc Kính Hoàn)
Phú Xuân, Vietnam. Vietnamese
1600 - 1313 Nguyễn Hoàng Tiên vương
1613 - 35 22 Nguyễn Phúc Nguyên Sãi vương
1635 - 48 13 Nguyễn Phúc LanThượng vương
1648 - 87 39 Nguyễn Phúc TầnHiền vương
1687 - 914 Nguyễn Phúc Trăn Nghĩa vương
1691 - 1725 34 Nguyễn Phúc ChuMinh vương
1725 - 38 13 Nguyễn Phúc Chú Ninh vương
1738 - 6527 Nguyễn Phúc Khoát Vũ Vương
1765 - 77 12 Nguyễn Phúc Thuần Định Vương
1781 - 180221 Nguyễn Phúc Ánh Nguyễn Ánh
 
Nguyễn
1802 - 1945
143
Phú Xuân, Vietnam Was last ruling Vietnamese Dynasty.
1802 - 19 17 Nguyễn Phúc Ánh Gia Long Nguyễn Thế Tổ
1820 - 40 20 Đảm Minh Mạng Nguyễn Thánh Tổ
1841 - 7 6 Miên Tông Thiệu Trị Nguyễn Hiến Tổ
1848 - 83 35 Hồng Nhậm Tự Đức Nguyễn Dực Tông
1883 (3 days) Ưng Ái Dục Đức Nguyễn Cung Tông
1883 Hồng Dật Hiệp Hoànone
1883 - 4 1 Ưng Đăng Kiến Phúc Nguyễn Giản Tông
1884 - 5 1 Nguyễn Phúc Ưng Lịch Hàm Nghi
1885 - 8 3 Đồng Khánh
1889 - 1907 18 Thành Thái

1889 - 1907 18 Thành Thái
1907 - 16 9 Duy Tân
1916 - 25 9 Khải Định
1926 - 45 19 Bảo Đại

Democratic Republic of Vietnam 1945 - 76 31
Huế 166 days shortlived Puppet state of Japanese Empire.
Socialist Republic of Vietnam
1976 - Present
35
@ Hanoi
Vietnamese
Marxist Leninist Single Party Socialist State
Dong
@ Vietnam
1533 - 48 15 Lê Trang Tông
1548 - 56 12 Lê Trung Tông
1556 - 73 17 Lê Anh Tông
1573 - 99 26 Lê Thế Tông
Restoration Conflict between Trịnh & Nguyễn Lords During this time, emperors of Lê Dynasty only ruled in name, it was Trịnh Lords in Northern Vietnam & Nguyễn Lords in Southern Vietnam who held real power.
1600 - 19 19 Lê Kính Tông
1619 - 43 24 Lê Thần Tông (lần thứ 1)
1643 - 9 6 Lê Chân Tông
1649 - 62 13 Lê Thần Tông (lần thứ 2)
1663 - 71 8 Lê Huyền Tông
1672 - 5 3 Lê Gia Tông
1676 - 1704 28 Lê Hy Tông
   
   
 
Dynasty of South
1627 - 92
65
@ Vietnam
1627 - 5134 Po Ro Me
1652 - 60 8 Po Niga
1660 - 92 32 Po Saut
Vietnam Thanglong empire is glory of Emperor Quang Trung.
1778 - 93 15 Nguyễn Nhạc Thái Đức Hoàng ĐếThái Đức
1788 - 92 4 Nguyễn HuệThái Tổ Vũ Hoàng ĐếQuang Trung
1792 - 1802 10 Nguyễn Quang Toản Cảnh Thịnh Hoàng ĐếCảnh Thịnh

   
 
1600 Massacre of Spanish Garrison; unstable kingdom caught between Thailand & Vietnam
Po Saktiraidaputih
1695 - 1822
127
@ Vietnam
Vassal Cham rulers under Nguyễn Lords
1695 - 1728 33 Po Saktirai da putih
1690 Lan Sang splits due to internal rivalries. S. capital at Vientiane Vietnam Trinh (N)
Nguyen (S) Burma
1778 Tây Sơn Dynasty established in Vietnam.
Po Saktiraidaputih
1695 - 1822
127
@ Vietnam
Vassal Cham rulers under Nguyễn Lords
1728 - 30 2 Po Ganvuh da putih
1731 - 2 1 Thuttirai
1732 - 5 3 vacant
1735 - 63 28 Rattirai
1763 - 5 2 Tathun da mohrai
1765 - 80 15 Tithuntirai da paguh
1780 - 1 1 Tithuntirai da parang
1781 - 3 2 vacant
1783 - 6 3 Chei Krei Brei
1786 - 93 7 Tithun da parang
1793 - 9 6 Lathun da paguh
Po Saktiraidaputih
1695 - 1822
127
@ Vietnam
1799 - 1822 23 Chong Chan
1831 - 4 3 1st Siamese Vietnamese War @ Viet Nam Viet Nam protectorate of Cambidoa Siam
1841 - 5 4 2nd Siamese Vietnamese War @ Viet Nam Viet Nam protectorate of Cambidoa Siam Cambodian forces loyal to King Ang Duong
1883 - 6 3 Tonkin Campaign French Third Republic Qing Dynasty Black Flag Army Vietnam
1862 French start to colonise Vietnam
Western Vietnamese Empire
1887 - 1945 58
1875 - 1899 Phat Diem Church
1877 - 80 Saigon NotreDame Basilica

Western Vietnamese Empire
1887 - 1945 58
1954 Dien Bien Phu forces French out of Vietnam
Vietnam State
1949 - 55 6
1949 French in Indochina
Indochine 1992
Vietnam Rep
1955 - 75
20
Vietnam war 55 - 75 20
We Were Soldiers 2002
Platoon 1986

1968 Tet in Vietnam
Provincial revolutionary government of Vietnam
1975 - 6 1
Communist Vietnam
1976 - Present
1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
Portuguese Malacca
1511 - 1641 130
@ Malasia
Portuguese Malacca
1511 - 1641 130
Dutch Malacca
1641 - 1824
183
Dutch Malacca
1641 - 1824
183
Dutch Malacca
1641 - 1824
183
 
Sultanate of Sarawak
1599 - 1641 130
@ Malasia
1599 - 1641 42 Sultan Ibrahim Ali Omar Shah
Sultanate of Sarawak
1599 - 1641 130
@ Malasia
 
Federated Malay States
1895 - 1946 51
Malasia
Federated Malay States
1895 - 1946 51
Malasia
1909 Jamek Mosque Malasia
Japanese Malasia
1941 - 5 4
Malasyan Union
1946 - 8
2
@
Malaya Federation
1948 - 63 15
@
1949 Communist insurgency in Malaya
Exodus 1960
Nine Hours to Rama 1963
1957 Independant Malaya
Federation of Malasia
1963 - Present 48
1965 National Mosque of Malaysia
1988 Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque Malaysia
1982 Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral Completed
1999 Putra Mosque malasia

@ Malasia
Inland (Sri Wangsa) 1457 - 1688 231
1457 - 75 28 ?
1475 - 1500 25 ?
1500 - 1530 30 Ismail Shah, founder of kingdom according to one account, & first ruler to convert to Islam. In fact, other rulers must have preceded him. It is also likely that during his reign Portuguese first visited port to trade, arriving in 1516. He was called King Phaya Tu Nakpa before his conversion.
1530 - 64 34 Mudhaffar Shah ^Sultan Ismail Shah, who died during an attack on Ayudhya (Siam).
1564 - 72 8 Manzur Shah brother of Sultan Mudhaffar Shah.
1572 - 3 1 Patik Siam  ^Sultan Mudhaffar Shah, who was murdered by his half-brother, Raja Bambang.
1573 - 84 11 Bahdur ^Sultan Manzur Shah, who was considered a tyrant in most accounts.
1584 - 1616 32 Ratu Hijau  Green Queen sister of Sultan Bahdur, during whose reign Patani attained its greatest economic success as a middle-sized port, frequented by ChineseDutchEnglishJapaneseMalaysPortugueseSiamese, & other merchants.
1616 - 24 8 Ratu Biru Blue Queen sister of Ratu Hijau.
1624 - 35 11 Ratu Ungu Purple Queen sister of Ratu Biru, who was particularly opposed to Siamese interference in local affairs.
1635 - 88 43 Ratu Kuning  Yellow Queen daughter of Ratu Ungu & last queen of Inland Dynasty. Controversy surrounds exact date of end of her reign.
Kelantanese 1 1688 - 1808 120
1688 - 90 2 Raja Bakal after a brief invasion of Patani by his father in 1649, Raja Sakti 1 of Kelantan, he was given throne in Patani.
1690 - 1704 14 Raja Emas Kelantan or thought by Teeuw & Wyatt to be a king, but claimed by al-Fatani to be a queen, widow of Raja Bakal & mother of succeeding queen.
1704 - 7 3 Raja Emas Chayam daughter of two preceding rulers, according to al-Fatani.
1707 - 16 9 Raja Dewi Fatani
1716 - 20 4 Raja Bendang Badan he was afterwards raja of Kelantan, 1715 - 33 18.
1720 - 1 1 Raja Laksamana Dajang
1728 - 9 1 Raja Alung Yunus
1729 - 49 20 Raja Yunus
1749 - 71 22 Raja Long Nuh
1771 - 85 14 Muhammad
1785 - 91 6 Tengku Lamidin
1791 - 1808 17 Datuk Pengkalan
Kelantanese 2 1842 - 1902 60
1842 - 56 14 Phraya Long Muhammad Ibni Raja Muda Kelantan/Raja Kampong Laut Tuan Besar Long Ismail Ibni Raja Long Yunus
1856 - 81 25 Tuan Long Puteh Bin Sultan Phraya Long Muhammad (Phraya Pattani 2
1881 - 90 9 Tuan Besar Bin Tuan Long Puteh Phraya Pattani 3
1890 - 8 8 Tuan Long Bongsu Bin Sultan Phraya Long Muhammad (Sultan Sulaiman Sharafuddin Syah / Phraya Pattani 4
1898 - 1902 4 Abdul Kadir Kamaruddin Syah (Phraya Pattani 5) deposed in had descendants:
Malasia
   
Sarawak
1841 - 1946
105
@ Malasia
@ Malasia
 
Bendahara
1699 - 1863 164
@ Malasia
Bendahara in Pahang 1777 - 1863 86
1777 - 1802 25 Tun Abdul Majid, Raja Bendahara Pahang 1
Bendahara
1699 - 1863 164
1802 - 3 1 Tun Muhammad, Raja Bendahara Pahang 2
1803 - 6 3 Tun Koris, Bendahara Paduka Raja, Raja Bendahara Pahang 3
1806 - 47 41 Tun Ali, Bendahara Siwa Raja, Raja Bendahara Pahang 4
1847 - 63 16 Tun Mutahir, Bendahara Seri Maharaja, Raja Bendahara Pahang 5 He was last reigning Raja Bendahara of Pahang.
1863 * ousted by his brother Wan Ahmad, who was later proclaimed as Sultan of Pahang after dismemberment of Johore Empire.

 

   
Tetengganu
1725 - 1948 223
@ Malasia
1725 - 33 8  Zainal Abidin 1
1733 - 93 60 Mansur Shah 1
1793 - 1808 15  Zainal Abidin 2
Tetengganu
1725 - 1948 223
1808 - 30 22  Ahmad Shah 1
1830 - 1 1  Abdul Rahman
1831 (jointly): Omar Riayat Shah and Mansur Shah 2
1831 - 7 6  Mansur Shah 2
1837 - 9 2  Muhammad Shah 1
1839 - 76 37  Omar Riayat Shah
1876 - 7 1  Mahmud Mustafa Shah
1876 - 81 5  Ahmad Shah 2
1881 - 1918 34 Zainal Abidin 3
Tetengganu
1725 - 1948 223
1918 - 20 2  Muhammad Shah 2
1920 - 42 22  Sulaiman Badrul Alam Shah
1942 - 5 3  Ali Shah
 

 

 

 

 

 
Reman (Rahman)
1810 - 1902 92
@ Malasia
1810 - 36 26 Tuan Tok Nik Tok Leh/Tuan Mansur
1849 - 67 18 DYMM Tuan Nik Ulu/Tuan Kundur
1867 - 75 8 DYMM Tuan Timur
1875 - 1901 26 DYMM Tuan Jagung/Tengku Abdul Kandis
Reman (Rahman)
1810 - 1902 92
   
Selangor
1745 - 1945
200
@ Malasia
1743 - 78 35 Salehuddin Shah
1778 - 1826 48 Ibrahim Shah
Selangor
1745 - 1945
200
1826 - 57 31 Muhammad Shah
1857 - 98 41 Sir Abdul Samad
Selangor
1745 - 1945
200
1898 - 1938 40 Sir Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah
1939 - 42 3 Sir Hisamuddin Alam Shah al-Haj
1942 - 5 3 Musa Ghiatuddin Riayat Shah
1541 - 1945 Colonial Era
1560 Battle of Norada
1606 Battle of Cape Rachado
1641 Battle of Malacca
@ Malasia
1821 Battle of Menangkabaoe
1826 - 1946 120 Straits Settlements
1867 - 74 7 Klang War, Selangor Civil War. Malaysia. Forces of Raja Abdullah of Klang, British Straits Settlements vs Forces of Raja Mahadi
1874 - 1946 British Malaya Temenggong Kingdom in Malasia
1882 - 1963 North Borneo Kingdom
1883 St. Johns Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur Opened
1894 St. Marys Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur

1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
     
1819 Raffles founds Singapore
1819 modern city of Singapore is established by British East India Company.
1826 Masjid Sultan Mosque Singapore
1835 6 St Andrews Cathedral, Singapore
1843 - 7 4 Good Shepherd Cathedral
Republic of Singapore
1963 - Present
48
@ Singapore
English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil
Parliamentary Republican
1500s
1600s
1700s
1800s
1900s
Pasai Sultanate
1267 - 1521
254
1495 - 1506 11 Adlullah
1506 - 7 1 Muhammad Syah 3 Has two tombs
1507 - 9 2 Abdullah
1509 - 14 5 Ahmad 5
1511 Capture of Malacca
1514 - 7 3 Zainal Abidin 4
   
1815 Mount Tambora eruption Year Without a Summer (1816)
1883 Krakatoa eruption
Japanese Indonesia
1942 - 5 3
Liberal Democracy in Indonesia 1950 - 57 7
Indonesia
1899 - 1942 43 National
1945 - 50 50 National revolution of Indonesia
Guided Democracy in Indonesia
1957 - 65
38
State of New Order
1965 - 6
1
Indonesia
Indonesian New order
1966 - 98
32
Indonesia
Indonesia Sultanate
Reformasi Era
1998 - Present
13
Indonesia
1975 Istiqlal Mosque Indonesia
Tabanan
1496 - 1528? Dewa Natar Handire ^
1528 - 60? Sang Magade Nata ^
1560 - 92? Prabhu Singasana ^
Rajas of Tabanan
1592 - 1627? Prabhu Winalwanan ^
1627? - 47 Gusti Wayahan Pamedekan ^
1647 - 50 3 Gusti Made Pamedekan <
1650 - ? Prabhu Winalwanan (second time, c. )
? - 1654 Prabhu Nisweng Panida (?) [^Gusti Made Pamedekan]
1654 - ? Gusti Made Dalang <
Gusti Nengah Malkangin [^Gusti Wayahan Pamedekan]
Gusti Bolo di Malkangin [^Prabhu Winalwanan]
Gusti Agung Badeng (regent late 17th century) [soninlaw of Gusti Made Pamedekan]
Rajas of Tabanan
1700 Prabhu Magada Śakti (c.) [^Prabhu Nisweng Panida]
Anglurah Mur Pamade ^
1734 fl. Gusti Ngurah Sekar ^
Gusti Ngurah Gede ^
? - 1793 Gusti Ngurah Made Rai <
Rajas of Tabanan
1793 - 1820 Gusti Ngurah Rai Penebel <
1820 Gusti Ngurah Ubung ^
1820 - 44 24 Gusti Ngurah Agung 1 (c. ) [grand^Gusti Ngurah Made Rai]
Dutch suzerainty 1843 - 1906
1844 - 1903 69 Gusti Ngurah Agung 2 [son]
Rajas of Tabanan
1903 - 6 3 Gusti Ngurah Rai Perang () [son]
1906Dutch conquest
1929 - 39 10 Cokorda Ngurah Ketut () [nephew]
1939 - 44 5 Gusti Ngurah Wayan (regent )
1944 - 50 6 Cokorda Ngurah Gede (; died 1987) [^Cokorda Ngurah Ketut]
Tabanan incorporated in Indonesian unitary state 1950
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
Serdang
1728 - Present 283
Indonesia
   
Portuguese Indonesia
1512 - 1850
338
Portuguese Indonesia
1512 - 1850
338
Portuguese Indonesia
1512 - 1850
338
Portuguese Indonesia
1512 - 1850
338
 
Banten
1527 - 1813 286
@ Java Muslim_Flag
   
Langkat
1817 - Present 194
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
 
Pajang Sultanate
1568 - 86 18
@ Java

 
Rajas of Mengwi
Java
1722 - 40 18 Gusti Agung Made Alangkajeng ^
1740s Gusti Agung Putu Mayun ^<
1740s - 1770 Gusti Agung Made Munggu <
1770 - 93 23 Gusti Agung Putu Agung ^
1780 - 1807 27 Gusti Ayu Oka KabaKaba (regent ) v
Rajas of Mengwi , java
1807 - 23 16 Gusti Agung Ngurah Made Agung 1 [^Gusti Agung Putu Agung]
1829 - 36 7 Gusti Agung Ngurah Made Agung 2 Putra [son]
1836 - 50 14 Gusti Agung Ketut Besakih [brother]
Dutch suzerainty 1843 - 91 48
1836 - 57 21 Gusti Ayu Istri Biang Agung [widow of Gusti Agung Ngurah Made Agung Putra]
1859 - 91 32 Gusti Agung Ngurah Made Agung 3 [descendant of Gusti Agung Putu Mayun]
Mengwi destroyed by Klungkung, Badung, Gianyar & Tabanan 1891
 
Indonesia
Indonesia
Indonesia
Indonesia
 
 
Rajas of Karangasem
1600 Gusti Nyoman Karang
Anglurah Ketut Karang ^
Anglurah Nengah Karangasem (late 17th century) ^
1691 - 2 1 Anglurah Ketut Karangasem <
Rajas of Karangasem
Anglurah Made Karang [^Anglurah Nengah Karangasem]
1730 Gusti Wayahan Karangasem (fl. ) [^Anglurah Ketut Karangasem]
1730s Anglurah Made Karangasem Sakti (Bagawan Atapa Rare) () [^Anglurah Made Karang]
1730s - 75 45 Anglurah Made Karangasem ^
1775 - 1806 31 Gusti Gede Ngurah Karangasem ^^
Rajas of Karangasem
1806 - 22 16 Gusti Gede Ngurah Lanang ^<
1822 Gusti Gede Ngurah Pahang () [grand^Gusti Gede Ngurah Karangasem]
1822 - 8 6 Gusti Gede Ngurah Lanang (second time ; died 1837)
1828 - 38 10 Gusti Bagus Karang (; died 1839) [^Gusti Gede Ngurah Karangasem]
1838 - 49 11 Gusti Gede Ngurah Karangasem ^<
Lombok overlordship in Karangasem 1849 - 94 45
1849 - 50 1 Gusti Made Jungutan (Gusti Made Karangasem) (vassal ruler ) [former punggawa (local chief)]
1850 - 93 43 Gusti Gede Putu (vassal ruler ) [nephew of Lombok raja]
1850 - 90 40 Gusti Gede Oka (vassal ruler ) [brother]
1890 - 1908 18 Gusti Gede Jelantik (; died 1916) [brother]
Rajas of Karangasem
1908 - 50 42 Anak Agung Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem (; died 1966) [^Gusti Gede Putu]
1950 Karangasem incorporated in Indonesian unitary state
 
Dutch East India Company
1602 - 1799
197
Indonesia
1601 Battle of Bantam
Dutch East India Company
1602 - 1799
197
Indonesia
   
 
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
Indonesia Muslim_Flag
 
 
Rajas of Jembrana
Agung Dynasty
Gusti Agung Basangtamiang (17th century) [^Gelgel minister Gusti Agung Widya]
Gusti Brangbangmurti [son]
1700 Gusti Gede Giri (c.) [son]
Rajas of Jembrana
Gusti Ngurah Tapa [son]
Gusti Made Yasa [brother]
Gusti Gede Andul (first half of 18th century) [son]
Dynasty from Mengwi
Gusti Ngurah Agung Jembrana (mid 18th century) [grand^Gusti Agung Sakti of Mengwi]
? - 1766 Gusti Ngurah Batu (regent ) [son]
1766 - 97 31 Gusti Gede Jembrana [nephew]
Rajas of Jembrana
1797 - 1809 12 Gusti Putu Andul (before) [son]
1805 Gusti Rahi (regent for Badung, fl. )
1805 - 8 3 Kapitan Patimi (regent, Buginese, c. )
1812 - 4 2 Gusti Wayahan Pasekan (regent c. )
1812 - 4 2 Gusti Made Pasekan (regent c. ) [brother]
1809 - 35 24 Gusti Putu Sloka () [^Gusti Putu Andul]
1835 - 40 5 Gusti Alit Mas (regent c. )
1835 - 40 5 Gusti Putu Dorok (regent c. ) [greatgrand^Gusti Ngurah Batu]
1840 - 9 9 Gusti Made Penarungan (regent c. )
1840 - 9 9 Gusti Ngurah Made Pasekan (regent c. )
Dutch suzerainty 1843 - 82 39
1849 - 55 6 Gusti Putu Ngurah Sloka (; died 1876) [^Gusti Putu Sloka]
1849 - 55 6 Gusti Ngurah Made Pasekan (patih ; raja 18551866)
1867 - 82 15 Anak Agung Made Rai (regent ; died 1905) [grand^Gusti Putu Andul]
Dutch direct rule in Jembrana 1882 - 1929
Rajas of Jembrana
1929 - 50 21 Anak Agung Bagus Negara (; died 1967) [grand^Anak Agung Made Rai]
Jembrana incorporated in Indonesian unitary state 1950
 
Java
     
 
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Sultanate of Indonesia
     
 
Rajas of Buleleng
Dynasty of Panji Sakti
1660 - 97 37 Gusti Panji Śakti
Rajas of Buleleng
1697 - 1732 35 Gusti Panji Wayahan Danurdarastra ^
1732 - 57 25 Gusti Alit Panji ^
Dependent on Mengwi first half of 18th century
1757 Gusti Ngurah Panji ^
Dependent on Karangasem
1757 - 1806 49
1757 - 80 23 Gusti Ngurah Jelantik (in Singaraja c. ) <
1780 - 93 13 Gusti Made Jelantik ^
1793 - 1806 13 Gusti Made Singaraja ^<
Rajas of Buleleng
Karangasem Dynasty
? - 1806 Anak Agung Rai [^Gusti Gede Ngurah Karangasem]
1806 - 18 12 Gusti Gede Karang [brother]
1818 - 22 4 Gusti Gede Ngurah Pahang [son]
1822 - 5 3 Gusti Made Oka Sori [nephew of Gusti Gede Karang]
1825 - 49 24 Gusti Ngurah Made Karangasem [nephew of Gusti Gede Karang]
Dynasty of Panji Sakti
1849 & 1851 3 2 Gusti Made Rahi [greatgreatgrand^Gusti Ngurah Panji]
Dependency of Bangli
1849 - 54
5
1854 - 73 19 Gusti Ketut Jelantik (; regency 1853 - 61; died 1893) [descended from Gusti Ngurah Jelantik]
Dutch direct rule 1882 - 1929 47
Rajas of Buleleng
1929 - 38 9 Anak Agung Putu Jelantik (regent ; anak agung 1938 - 1944) [descended from Gusti Ngurah Jelantik]
1944 - 7 3 Anak Agung Nyoman Panji Tisna ^
1947 - 50 3 Ngurah Ketut Jelantik X1970) <
1950 Buleleng incorporated in Indonesian unitary state
1950 - 8 8 Anak Agung Nyoman Panji Tisna X1978
 
Mengwi , java
1690 - 1722 32 Gusti Agung Śakti (Gusti Agung Anom)
     
 
Rajas of Pamecutan in Badung
Dynasty from Tabanan
Prabhu Bandana (17th century) [^Sang Magade Nata of Tabanan]
Gusti Ngurah Papak [son]
1660 - 83 23 Gusti Jambe Pule ^
Split in a Jambe & Pamecutan line 1683
1683 - ? Gusti Jambe Merik ^
Rajas of Pamecutan in Badung
Gusti Jambe Ketewel ^
1757 Gusti Jambe Tangkeban ^
? - 1780 Gusti Jambe Aji ^
Rajas of Kasiman in Badung
1813 - 61 48 Gusti Ngurah Gede Kasiman ^Gusti Ngurah Made Pamecutan of Den Pasar
1861 - 1904 53 Gusti Ngurah Ketut ^<
Rajas of Kasiman in Badung
1904 - 6 2 Anak Agung Ngurah Mayun ^^
1906 Dutch conquest of Badung with Kasiman
1927 - 54 27 Gusti Ngurah Made (lord (punggawa) X1959) ^
   
Rajas of Den Pasar in Badung
1780 - 1817 37 Gusti Ngurah Made Pamecutan (Kaleran) (before) [greatgrand^Kyai Anglurah Pamecutan Sakti]
Rajas of Den Pasar in Badung
1817 - 28 11 Gusti Ngurah Made Pamecutan Dewata di Satria ^
Domination by Kasiman 1829 - 61
1829 - 48 19 Gusti Ngurah Gede Oka (titular raja ) ^
Gusti Ngurah Made Pamecutan (titular raja, mid 19th century) <
1861 - 90 29 Gusti Gede Ngurah Pamecutan (Cokorda Alit Ngurah 1) ^
1890 - 1902 12 Cokorda Alit Ngurah 2 ^
Rajas of Den Pasar in Badung
1902 - 6 4 Cokorda Made Agung <
1906 Dutch conquest of Badung Cokorda Alit Ngurah 3 (of entire Badung 1929 - 46; died 1965) [^Cokorda Alit Ngurah 2]
Rulership goes to Pamecutan line 1946
 
Pamecutan
1683 - 1950 267
1683 - ? Gusti Macan Gading ^Gusti Jambe Pule]
Pamecutan
1683 - 1950 267
1718 Kyai Anglurah Pamecutan Śakti ^
Kyai Anglurah Pamecutan Mur ing Ukiran ^
Kyai Anglurah Pamecutan Bhija ^
Split in a Pamecutan & Den Pasar line 1780
Pamecutan
1683 - 1950 267
? - 1813 Kyai Agung Gede Raka ^
1813 - 29 16 Kyai Anglurah Pamecutan Mur ing Gedong ^
1829 - 40 11 Anak Agung Lanang ^^
1840 - 51 11 Kyai Agung Gede Woka Mur ing Madarda ^
1851 - 1906 55 Cokorda Agung Pamecutan ^<
Pamecutan
1683 - 1950 267
Dutch conquest of Badung with Pamecutan 1906
1946 - 50 4 Cokorda Ngurah Gede Pamecutan (of entire Badung X1986 ^<
Badung included in Indonesian unitary state 1950
   
Yogyakarta
1755 - Present
256
   
   
Rajas of Gianyar
- Dewa Manggis 1 Kuning chief of Pahang
- Dewa Manggis 2 Pahang chief of Pahang ^
- Dewa Manggis 3 Bengkel chief of Bengkel ^
1771 - 8 7 Dewa Manggis 4 Jorog Raja of Gianyar ^
Rajas of Gianyar
1788 - 1820 32 Dewa Manggis 5 di Madya ^
1820 - 47 27 Dewa Manggis 6 di Rangki ^
1847 84 37 Dewa Manggis 7 di Satria X1891 ^
Dependency of Klungkung
1884 - 91
7
1891 - 6 5 Dewa Pahang ^
Rajas of Gianyar
1896 - 1912 16 Dewa Manggis 8 (Dewa Gede Raka until 1908) () <
1913 - 43 30 Ide Anak Agung Ngurah Agung ^
1943 - 6 3 Ide Anak Agung Gede Agung X1999 ^
1946 - 50 4 Ide Anak Agung Gede Oka <
1950 Gianyar incorporated in Indonesian unitary state
   
Rajas of Sukawati & Ubud
Dynasty from Klungkung

1713 - 33 20 Dewa Agung Anom (Raja of Sukawati before
1733 - 57 24 Dewa Agung Gede Mayun Dalem Patemon ^
1757 Dewa Agung Gede Sukawati ^
Dewa Agung Made Pliatan second half of 18th century <
Rajas of Sukawati & Ubud
Lordship of Ubud, under Gianyar suzerainty
1800 Cokorda Putu Kandel (c. ) ^
1800s Cokorda Sukawati ^
1874 Cokorda Rai Batur ^
Rajas of Sukawati & Ubud
1889 - 1919 30 Cokorda Gede Sukawati (before ) ^
1919 - 31 12 Cokorda Gede Raka Sukawati X1979 ^
1931 - 50 19 Cokorda Gede Agung Sukawati X1978) <
Gianyar with Ubud incorporated in Indonesian unitary state 1950
     
Bangli
 ? - 1804 Dewa Gede Tangkeban 1 (of Nyalian)
1804 - 15 11 Dewa Rahi
1815 - 33 18 Dewa Gede Tangkeban 2 ^ Tangkeban 1
1833 - 75 42 Dewa Gede Tangkeban 3 ^
1875 - 80 5 Dewa Gede Oka ^
1881 - 92 11 Dewa Gede Ngurah <
Rajas of Bangli
1894 - 1911 17 Dewa Gede Cekorda <
1913 - 25 12 Dewa Gede Rai regent <
1925 - 30 5 Dewa Gede Taman regent grand^Dewa Gede Tangkaban 3
1930 - 1 1 Dewa Putu Bukian caretaker [grand^Dewa Gede Tangkaban 3
1931 - 50 19 Anak Agung Ketut Ngurah X1961 ^ Dewa Gede Cekorda
Bangli is included in Indonesian unitary state 1950
     
Dutch East Indies
1816 - 1949 133
1883 Krakatoa volcano
1808 Bantam Conquest Borneo & Sumatra
1810 - 1 1 Anglo/Dutch Java War British East India Company Dutch East Indies
1821 - 37 16 Padri War Dutch East Indies Indigenous Population of West Sumatra
1825 - 30 5 Java War Dutch East Indies ProNetherlands Javanese Rebellion forces of Prince Diponegoro
1846 1st Dutch intervention in Northern Bali Netherlands Bali
1848 2nd Dutch intervention in Northern Bali Netherlands Bali
1849 - 50 1 3rd Dutch intervention in Bali Netherlands Lombok Buleleng Jembrana Klungkung
1873 - 1904 30 Aceh War Thirty Years War Dutch East Indies vs Aceh Sultanate
1883 Krakatoa explodes
1891 - 1901 Jakarta Cathedral
1881 Raya Baiturrahman Mosque Indonesia
1830 Battle of Yogyacarta.
1832 Battle of Verovering van Bondjal
1864 - 8 4 Pasoemah Expedition
1883 Huetsz conqueres rest of Aceh.
Dutch East Indies
1816 - 1949 133
1914 Battle of Cocos
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1800s
1900s
       
1959 Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque brunei
2006 Al Fateh Mosque Bahrain
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@ Tondo (not Tondo, Manila)
Hinduism, Buddhism, Polytheism, Islam, & Shamanism
Monarchy
   
Philippine Republic
1899 - 1901 2
@ Malolos, Bulacan (Official)
San Isidro, Nueva Ecija,
Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija,
Bamban, Tarlac,
Tarlac City, Tarlac,
Bayambang, Pangasinan, Palanan
1899
Isabela
1900
Spanish
Parlimentary & Constitutional Republic
Philippine Republic
1899 - 1901 2
1900 Battle of Mabitac
1900 Battle of Pulang Lupa
1901 Balangiga Massacre
1944 - 45 Japanese Occupation of Philipines
MacArthur 1977
Raiders of Leyte Gulf 1963
Walls of Hell 1965
1944 Battle of Leyte Gulf. Philipines USA, Australia 8AC 8LAC 1 18EC 21.5 200 12B 24C 141D&DE 3 +PT&Su&Au 3 VS Japan 1AC 1 3LAC 3 300+ 500 9B 3 14HC 6LC 10 35+D 11 10.5
3rd Republic of Philippines
1946 - 1975
29
@
1950 Cubao Cathedral
1975 Novaliches Cathedral
Martial Law Philippines
1975 - 81
6
@
4th Republic of Philippines
1981 - 6
5
@
5th Republic of Philippines
1986 - Present 25
@
1998 - 2002 Metropolitan Cathedral of Immaculate Conception (Zamboanga City)

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Butuanon
Rajahnate
     
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1405 - 1915
510
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Arabic (official), Tausug, Malay, Banguingui, Bajau languages
Arabic
1480 - 1505 25 Kamalud-Din ^
1505 Alaud-Din <
1505 - 27 22 Amirul-Umara
1527 - 48 21 Muizzul-Mutawadi-in
1548 - 68 20 Nasirud-Din 1
1568 - 96 28 Muhammad ul-Halim
1596 - 1608 12 Batarah Shah Tengah
Sultanate of Sulu
1405 - 1915
510
1610 - 50 49 Muwallil Wasit 1
1638 Capture of Capital Jolo by Spaniards
1638 Moved Sulu Royal court to Dungun, Tawi-Tawi
1645 - 8 3 Nasir ud-Din 2 ^
1649 - 80 31 Salahud-Din Bakhtiar
1680 - 2 2 Ali Shah
1682 - 4 2 Nur ul-Azam
1684 - 5 1 Al Haqunu Ibn Wali ul-Ahad
1685 - 1710 25 Shahabud-Din
Sultanate of Sulu
1405 - 1915
510
1702 Killed Sultan Kahar ud-Din Kuda of Maguindanao in
1705 "Ceded" Palawan to Spanish
1710 - 8 8 Mustafa Shafi ud-Din <
1718 - 32 14 Badarud-Din 1 <
1732 Coup
1732 - 5 3 Nasarud-Din ^
1735 - 48 13 Alimud-Din 1 1STX
1748 Insurrection
1748 - 63 15 Bantilan Muizzud-Din <
1764 - 73 9 Alimud-Din 1 2NDX
1773 - 8 5 Mohammad Israel X<<
1763 - 4 1 Alimud-Din 2 1STX
1778 - 89 21 Alimud-Din 2 2NDX
1789 - 1808 19 Sharapud-Din
Sultanate of Sulu
1405 - 1915
510
1808 Alimud-Din 3
1808 - 21 13 Aliyud-Din 1
1821 - 3 2 Shakirul-Lah
1823 - 44 21 Jamalul-Kiram 1
1844 - 62 18 Moh. Pulalun Kiram
1862 - 81 19 Jamal ul-Azam
1881 - 4 3 Badarud-Din 2
1886 - 94 8 Harun Ar-Rashid
1894 Forced to Abdicate
1894 - 1915 21 Jamalul-Kiram 2
Sultanate of Sulu
1405 - 1915
510
1915 Political sovereignty abolished
Kingdom of Namayan
1175 - 1571 396
@ Maysapan (now Santa Ana)
Lakan Government
       
Philipines Islamic_Flag
       
Sultanate of Maguindanao
1515 - 1888 373
@ Kutawatu, Malabang, Philipinnes
1515 - 40 25 Sharif Muhammad Kabungsuwan
1540 - 60 20 Sharief Maka-alang ^
1543 Villalobos expedition
1560 - 70 10 Datu Bangkaya ^
1570 - 85 15 Datu Dimasankay
1585 - 97 12 Datu Salikula
1597 - 1619 22 Kapitan Laut Buisan
Sultanate of Maguindanao
1515 - 1888 373
1619 - 21 2 Sultan Kudarat
1621 - 78 57 Sultan Dundang Tidulay
1678 - 99 21 Sultan Barahaman
1699 - 1702 3 Sultan Kahar Ud-din Kuda
Sultanate of Maguindanao
1515 - 1888 373
1702 - 36 34 Sultan Bayan Ul-Anwar
1710 - 33 23 Sultan Muhammad Ja’far Sadiq Manamir
 1736 - 48 12 Sultan Muhammad Tahir Ud-din
1748 - 55 7 Sultan Muhammad Khair Ud-din
1755 - 80 25 Sultan Pahar Ud-din
1780 - 1805 25 Sultan Kibad Sahriyal
Sultanate of Maguindanao
1515 - 1888 373
1805 - 30 25 Sultan Kawasa Anwar Ud-din
1830 - 54 24 Sultan Iskandar Qudraullah Muhammad Zamal Ul-Azam
1854 - 84 30 Sultan Muhammad Makakwa
1884 - 8 4 Sultan Mohammad Jalal Ud-din Pablu
1888 Spanish Conquest
 
1521 Philippines discovered by Ferdinand Magellan. He was later killed in battle in central Philippines in same year.
Spanish East Indies
1565 - 1898
333
@ Cebu 1565 - 71 6
Manila
1571 - 1898 327
Spanish
Roman Catholicism
Colony
Philippines
1567 - 1872 305 Philippine revolts against Spain. Philippines. Spain, Filipino Loyalists, Spanish Colonial Loyalists vs Dagohoy rebel group, other Filipino rebel groups, British supporters
1571 - 81 Manila Cathedral
1580 - 1819 Malolos Cathedral
1580 Parañaque Cathedral
Spanish East Indies
1565 - 1898
333
1610 Battle of Playa Honda
1617 Battle of Playa Honda
1624 Battle of Playa Honda
1646 Battle La Naval de Manila
1647 Battle of Puerto de Cavite
1689 - 1909 18 Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral
Spanish East Indies
1565 - 1898
333
1762 Battle of Manila
Republic of Negros
1898 - 1901
3
@ Bacolod
Hiligaynon, Cebuano & Spanish
Republic
Republic of Negros
1898 - 1901
3
Confederation of
Sultanates of Lanao

1520 - 1899 379
@ Philipinnes Islamic_Flag
Unayan
1520 - 1899
379
Bayang
Butig 
Dumalondong
Pagayawan
Masiu
1520 - 1899
379
Datu a Cabugatan
Masiu
Bayabao
1520 - 1899
379
POONA-BAYABAO
Bansayan
Rogan
Taporog
LUMBA-BAYABAO
Bacolod
Borocot
Maribo
Minitupad
Baloi
1520 - 1899
379
 Baloi
Confederation of
Sultanates of Lanao

1520 - 1899 379
@ Philipinnes Islamic_Flag
Unayan
1520 - 1899
379
Bayang
Butig 
Dumalondong
Pagayawan
Masiu
1520 - 1899
379
Datu a Cabugatan
Masiu
Bayabao
1520 - 1899
379
POONA-BAYABAO
Bansayan
Rogan
Taporog
LUMBA-BAYABAO
Bacolod
Borocot
Maribo
Minitupad
Baloi
1520 - 1899
379
 Baloi
Confederation of
Sultanates of Lanao

1520 - 1899 379
@ Philipinnes Islamic_Flag
Unayan
1520 - 1899
379
Bayang
Butig 
Dumalondong
Pagayawan
Masiu
1520 - 1899
379
Datu a Cabugatan
Masiu
Bayabao
1520 - 1899
379
POONA-BAYABAO
Bansayan
Rogan
Taporog
LUMBA-BAYABAO
Bacolod
Borocot
Maribo
Minitupad
Baloi
1520 - 1899
379
 Baloi
Confederation of
Sultanates of Lanao

1520 - 1899 379
@ Philipinnes Islamic_Flag
Unayan
1520 - 1899
379
Bayang
Butig 
Dumalondong
Pagayawan
Masiu
1520 - 1899
379
Datu a Cabugatan
Masiu
Bayabao
1520 - 1899
379
POONA-BAYABAO
Bansayan
Rogan
Taporog
LUMBA-BAYABAO
Bacolod
Borocot
Maribo
Minitupad
Baloi
1520 - 1899
379
 Baloi
 
   
British Manila
1762 - 4
2
@ Manila, Bacolor, Pampanga
(Spanish Philippine colonial government retains control outside of Manila & Cavite)
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Roman Catholicism
Occupation
   
     
Republic of Zamboanga
1899 - 1903 4
@ Zamboanga
Zamboangueño Chavacano, Spanish
Republic
Republic of Zamboanga
1899 - 1903 4
     
1899 - 1902 3 Philippine American War United States Philippine Constabulary Philippine Scouts First Philippine Republic Katipunan Pulajanes Sultanate of Sulu Moro people
1913 Malvar surrender (Irreconcilables active)
1850 - 96 46 Marcelo H. del Pilar, Philipino writer, journalist, editor of La Solidaridad.
0 Dr. Jose P. Rizal, Filipino hero, novelist, liberator
1898 United States gains control of Cuba, Puerto Rico, & Philippines after SpanishAmerican War.
1808 Metropolitan Cathedral of San Fernando
1874 - 1956 Jaro Cathedral
1914 Iglesia ni Cristo Felix Manalo. Philipines.
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