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Numerology information Jayavarman:
- Name Number: 7. Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Books about Jayavarman:
- The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia: Volume One, Part One, from Early Times to c.1500 - Jan 28, 2000 by Nicholas Tarling
- Gathering of Dragons: King Jayavarman VII and life in the kingdom of Angkor through the eyes of the dragon (Dragon... - Aug 2, 2015 by Guy Singer
- Jayavarman VII, le Roi d'Angkor et son épouse Indradevi (French Edition) - Jul 5, 2013 by Chak Riya CHHUOR
- DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Vietnam and Angkor Wat - Dec 22, 2014 by DK Publishing
- DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Cambodia & Laos - Jul 1, 2013 by DK Publishing
- Unknown Wars of Asia, Africa and The America's That Changed History: Unknown Wars of Asia, Africa, and the America's... - Jun 29, 2013 by Steven M. Johnson
- Le site de Koh Ker et le règne de Jayavarman IV: Histoire, art et archéologie (French Edition) - Sep 3, 2012 by Chanratana Chen
- The Rough Guide to Cambodia - Sep 1, 2014 by Rough Guides
- Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Handbook (Footprint - Handbooks) - Aug 7, 2015 by Andrew Spooner and David Lloyd
- Gathering of Dragons: Book 1 in the Dragon Series - Jul 31, 2015 by Guy Singer
Wiki information Jayavarman:
- Jayavarman VII
- Person, Martial Artist, Noble person, Monarch, Deceased Person
Jayavarman VII, posthumous name of Mahaparamasaugata, was a king of the Khmer Empire in present day Siem Reap, Cambodia. He was the son of King Dharanindravarman II and Queen Sri Jayarajacudamani. He married Princess Jayarajadevi and then, after her...
- Jayavarman II
- Deceased Person, Person, Noble person, Monarch
Jayavarman II was a 9th-century king of Cambodia, widely recognized as the founder of the Khmer Empire, which ruled much of the Southeast Asian mainland for more than six hundred years. Historians formerly dated his reign as running from 802 AD to...
- Jayavarman IV
- Person, Deceased Person, Noble person, Monarch
Jayavarman IV was an Angkorian king who ruled from 928 to 941 CE. Many early historians thought that he was a usurper. However, recent evidence shows that he had a legitimate claim to the throne.
- Jayavarman VIII
- Monarch, Person, Deceased Person, Noble person
Jayavarman VIII, posthumous name Paramesvarapada, was one of the kings of the Khmer empire. His rule lasted from 1243 till 1295, when he abdicated. One of his wives was Queen Chakravartirajadevi. It was during the reign of Jayavarman VIII that the...
- Jayavarman I
- Person, Noble person, Monarch
Jayavarman I is considered by some to be the first king of the Khmer empire, as it evolved out of the Kamboja kingdom. He ruled from approximately 657 until after 690. Over the course of his reign, and that of his predecessor Bhavavarman II, the...
- Jayavarman III
- Person, Monarch, Noble person
Very little is known about Jayavarman II's son and successor, Jayavarman III, or Vishnuloka, the second ruler of Angkor. An inscription from Prasat Sak describes: "When he failed to capture a wild elephant while hunting, a divinity promised that he...
- Jayavarman V
- Noble person, Person, Monarch, Deceased Person
Jayavarman V was a ruler of the Khmer Empire from his state temple, Jayendranagari, at Jayendrapura.
- Jayavarman VI
- Deceased Person, Monarch, Noble person, Person
Jayavarman VI was king of the Khmer Empire from about 1080 to 1107 AD. During the reigns of Udayadityavarman II and Harshavarman III there were some internal rebellions and an unsuccessful war with Champa. Maybe the last one continued to reign in...
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