Paperback / softback
October 1, 1998
9789747100624
English
261
1.3 Pounds (US)
$27.50 USD, £20.99 GBP
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The Chiang Mai Chronicle, second edition

For seven centuries, Chiang Mai has been the center of a lively culture and civilization in the hills of what is now northern Thailand. "The Chiang Mai Chronicle," one of the most important histories of the region, was written in 1827 to explain the growth and strength of the Kingdom of Lan Na which Chiang Mai dominated, and to foresee a glorious future after a generation of warfare. This translation of "The Chiang Mai Chronicle" was prepared from a palm-leaf manuscript. Extensive indexes and annotations have been added, and maps have been drawn especially for this edition.

David Wyatt is the John Stambaugh Professor of History at Cornell University, and Aroonrut Wichienkeeo teaches at Chiang Mai Rajabhat Insitute.
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second edition

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261 Pages
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