Came from a political family in Lopburi, and married a princess from Suvarnabhumi, bringing together the power of the two major city-states at that time, and the power should not be underestimated. The early Ayutthaya is still full of Khmer flavor. Today, many Khmer-style buildings can still be seen in the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Wat Chaiwatthanaram is known as the "Thailand version of the Little Angkor Temple", and Ramat Tiebodhi also claims to be Khmer. King, attracting many Khmers to seek refuge. Since then, it can be seen that the early Siamese did not reject the fact that their culture was half from Angkor, and even willing to be the successor of the Angkor Dynasty, which was somewhat similar to the mentality of Little China after Korea was destroyed in the Ming Dynasty.
Figure 8-2, _Wat_Chaiwatthanaram_ in Ayutthaya, Thailand is also known as the Little Angkor Temple Photo Credit: Double-A Chai Watanaram Temple in Ayutthaya, Thailand is also known as "Thailand's version of Little Angkor Temple" Figure 8-1, _Wat_Chaiwatthanaram_ in Ayutthaya, Thailand is also known as the Little Angkor Temple Photo photo color correction services Credit: Double-A Model of Angkor Wat placed in Ayutthaya, Thailand On the other hand, after the loss of Lopburi and other places in Angkor, the military strength of Angkor declined even more sharply.
The house leaked during the night rain, and the royal family could not be passed on smoothly due to successive years of wars. Since the 14th century, the Khmer monarchs have reigned more than There are only a handful of ten-year-olds who were either killed or usurped. The Angkor Dynasty was like melting ice under the scorching sun, quickly disappearing from the historical records. From the 14th century onwards, the records of the Angkor Dynasty lack many credible historical materials. Most of the records are from Chinese messengers, Champaign, and Thailand. The latter two also have fictitious elements that historians suspect have political factors and cannot be believed.