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Relics, oaths and politics in thirteenth-century Siam

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 October 2001

David K. Wyatt
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The Department of History, 431 McGraw Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-2801 USA. dkw4@cornell.edu

Abstract

Recent efforts have re-dated the Wat Bang Sanuk inscription to 1219, long before the Ram Khamhaeng inscription of 1292. Attempts to assess the implications force a re-thinking of Thai rebellion against Angkor by linking rebellion to religious thought, including especially the discovery and public show of relics of the Buddha.

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© 2001 The National University, Singapore

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