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Old 01-27-2008, 01:56 AM
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Prince Of Kambhuja

Hello, I am get the geneology are the lineage Cambodian Royal.I think all the script were derive from Sanskrit or Indian language. Because it's one of the country Orientation by Indo Civilization also in SEAC.
6th century: Bhavavarman I
6th century: Mahendravarman
7th century: Isanavarman I
7th century: Bhavavarman II
7th century: Jayavarman I
8th century: Queen Jayavedi
Reign unknown: Sambhuvarman
Reign unknown: Pushkaraksha
8th century: Sambhuvarman
8th century: Rajendravarman I
Reign unknown: Mahipativarman
802-850: Jayavarman II
850-877: Jayavarman III
877-889: Indravarman I
889-900: Yasovarman I
900-922: Harshavarman I
922-928: Isanavarman II
928-942: Jayavarman IV
942-944: Harshavarman II
944-968: Rajendravarman II
968 - 1001: Jayavarman V
1001-1002: Udayadityavarman I
1002: Jayaviravarman
1002-1050: Suryavarman I
1050-1066: Udayadityavarman II
1066-1090: Harshavarman III
1090-1107: Jayavarman VI
1107-1113: Dharanindravarman I
1113-1150: Suryavarman II
The Angkor Wat was built.

1150-1160: Dharanindravarman II
1160-1166: Yasovarman II
1166-1177: Tribhuvanadityavarman
From 1177 to 1181, Cham invasion and period of anarchy.

1181-1219: Jayavarman VII
1219-1243: Indravarman II
1243-1295: Jayavarman VIII
1295-1308: Indravarman III
1308-1327: Indrajayavarman
1327-1353: Jayavarman Paramesvara
The throne was vacant from 1353 to 1362.

1362-1369: Nippean Bat
From 1369 to 1375, Siam ruled. From 1369 to 1371, the throne was vacant.

1371 - ?: Kalamegha
14th century: Kambujadhitaja
14th century: Dharmasokaraja
In the 14th century, ownership of Cambodia passed to Siam, until 1389.

1389-1404: Ponthea Yat
1404-1429: Narayana Ramadhipati
1429-1444: Sri Bodhya
In 1431, Siam defeated and crushed the Angkorean Empire. Nonetheless, The monarchy was not harmed, and Siam withdrew. The capital (and the royal family) moved from Angkor to Phnom Penh.

1444-1486: Dharmara Jadhiraja
1486-1512: Sri Sukonthor
1512-1516: Ney Kan
1516-1566: Ang Chan I
1566-1576: Barom Reachea I
1576-1594: Chettha I
In 1594, the Siamese captured Phnom Penh, yet the monarchy continued to rule.

1594-1596: Reamea Chung Prey
1596-1599: Barom Reachea II
1599-1600: Barom Reachea III
1600-1603: Chau Ponhea Nhom
1603-1618: Barom Reachea IV
1618-1622: Chettha II
1622-1628: Interregnum: Civil strife
1628: Ponhea To
1628-1630: Outey
1630-1640: Ponhea Nu
1640-1642: Ang Non I
1642-1659: Chan
1659-1672: Barom Reachea V
1672-1673: Chettha III
1673-1674: Ang Chei
1674-1675: Ang Non
1675-1695: Chettha IV (first reign)
1695-1699: Outey I
1699-1701: Ang Em (first reign)
1701-1702: Chettha IV (second reign)
1702-1703: Thommo Reachea II (first reign)
1703-1706: Chettha IV (third reign)
1706-1710: Thommo Reachea III (second reign)
1710-1722: Ang Em (second reign)
1722-1738: Satha II
1738-1747: Thommo Reachea II (third reign)
1747: Thommo Reachea III
1747-1749: Ang Tong (first reign)
1749-1755: Chettha V
1755-1758: Ang Tong (second reign)
1758-1775: Outey II
1775-1796: Ang Non II
1796-1806: Interregnum: Vietnamese and Siamese do not allow King Ang Chan II to be crowned
1806-1837: Ang Chan II
1837-1847: Queen Ang Mey
1841-1860: Ang Duong
1860-1904: Norodom
1904-1927: Sisowath
1927-1941: Sisowath Monivong
1941-1955: Norodom Sihanouk
1955-1960: Norodom Suramarit
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