Champa
The term Champa refers to a collection of independent Cham polities that extended across the coast of what is today central and southern Vietnam from approximately the 7th century through 1832, before...
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Mongol invasions of Vietnam
The Mongol invasions of Vietnam or Mongol-Vietnamese War refer to the three times that the Mongol Empire and its chief khanate the Yuan dynasty invaded Đại Việt (now northern Vietnam) during the Tran ...
1471 Vietnamese invasion of Champa
The Cham-Vietnamese War of 1471 began when Emperor Lê Thánh Tông of Viet Nam (then known as Đại Việt) launched a military expedition that is widely regarded as marking the downfall of Champa. The Viet...
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History of Champa
The history of Champa begins in prehistory with the migration of the ancestors of the Cham people to mainland Southeast Asia and the founding of their Indianzed maritime kingdom based in what is now c...
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Lâm Ấp
The kingdom of Lâm Ấp (Vietnamese pronunciation of Chinese Lin Yi, 林邑) was a kingdom from c. 200 to 750 AD in what is today central Vietnam. and was the precursor to the Champa kingdom in the same ter...
Ko Cheng
Ko Cheng, or Jaya Simhavarman V, was a king of Champa from 1390–1400. During his reign, he abandoned most of the territory won by his predecessor, Che Bong Nga.
Fan Wen
Fan Wen was the King of Champa from 336 to 349. Fan Wen was the commander in chief to Fan Yi, and, after Fan Yi's death in 336, he seized the throne. In 340, he sent an embassy to China to request ...
Huyền Trân
Princess Huyền Trân (Vietnamese: Huyền Trân Công Chúa, 玄珍公主) (1289-after 1330?) later Queen Paramecvariin of Champa, was a princess during the Trần Dynasty in the history of Vietnam.She was the da...
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Art of Champa
Champa was an Indic civilization that flourished along the coasts of what is now central and southern Vietnam for roughly a one thousand year period between 500 and 1500 AD. The original Chams were p...
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Fan Tat
Fan Tat also known as Pham Dat or Fan Yi was the King of Champa, then known as Lin-yi, from 284 to 336. In 284, the King sent the first Cham envoy to the Eastern Jin Emperor. He died in 336, and was...
Indravarman VI
Indravarman VI (also known by his pre-regnal name Ba Dich Lai) was a King of Champa from 1440 to 1441. After his father's death in 1440, Indravarman VI turned against the Khmers. In order to maintai...
Fan Yang Mai II
Fan Yang Mai II or Pham Duong Mai II was the King of Champa from 421 to about 446. In 431, the King was denied the aid of the King of Funan during a war with the Chinese governor of Chiao Chou. In ...
Fan Hsiung
Fan Hsiung or Pham Hung was the King of Champa, then known as Lin-yi, in the 270 AD. In 270, T'ao Huang, the Chinese governor of Giao Chi, reported that Fan Hsiung was repeatedly assaulting his land w...
Fan Fat
Fan Fo (Chinese: 范佛 (pinyin: Fàn Fó, Cantonese: Fan Fat) Vietnamese: Pham Phat) was the King of Champa from 349 to 380. In 353, the King was defeated by the Chinese governor of Jiaozhi. ...
Khu Lien
Sri Mara (Sanskrit: श्री मारा, Thai: ศรีมาระ fl. 137 or 192 AD) was the Hindu founder of the kingdom of Champa.He is known in Chinese records as Qū Lián (區連), which in Vietnamese pronunciation is Khu ...
Fan Yang Mai I
Fan Yang Mai I or Pham Duong Mai I following years of internal trouble, overthrew the previous dynasty and seized the throne in 420. After an unsuccessful raid in Tongking he requested investiture fro...
Cham–Vietnamese War (1471)
The Cham-Vietnamese War of 1471 began when Emperor Lê Thánh Tông of Viet Nam (then known as Đại Việt) launched a military expedition that is widely regarded as marking the downfall of Champa. The Viet...
Cham–Vietnamese War (1471) - Wikipedia
Lady Po Nagar
Lady Po Nagar, or Leiou Ye, was the founder of the Cham people according to legends. She originated from a peasant family in the mountains of Khánh Hòa Province. Spirits assisted her when she sailed o...
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Fan Hu Ta
Fan Hu Ta or Pham Ho Dat was the King of Champa from 380 to 413. In 380, Fan Hu Ta took the throne and the regnal name Bhadravarman I. Also in that same year, the King moved the capital to Indrapur...
Che Nang
Chế Nang was an Annamese vassal king of Champa. During his reign, he tried to conquer previously lost territories. In 1318, the Vietnamese king, Tran Minh Tong, dispatched generals Tran Quoc Chan an...
Vijaya (Champa)
Vijaya was a city-state in the ancient kingdom of Champa in what is now the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. It was the capital of Champa for several centuries until it was conquered by Vietnam...
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Indravarman V
Indravarman V was a king of Champa whose reign began in 1265 by declining to give his respects in person to the Mongol Khan, Kublai Khan. He died, however, before he could face the wrath of Mongolia,...
Trà Kiệu
Trà Kiệu is a village in Duy Xuyên, Quảng Nam Province, Vietnam.It was the first capital city of the Hindu Champa Kingdom, then named Simhapura, from the 4th century to the 8th century CE. Today noth...
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Houen Houei
Houen Houei was a Javanese man, who, at the beginning of the 1st century CE, brought with him the cult of Vishnu to Champa. There, he married the Cham queen Leiou Ye. Houen Houei later established the...
Jaya Paramesvaravarman II
Jaya Paramesvaravarman II, born Prince Angsaraja of Turai-vijaya, was the king of Champa from 1220 to 1254. In 1252, nonstop territorial growth by Champa caused the Vietnamese king Tran Thai Tong to ...
Jaya Indravarman VI
Jaya Indravarman VI was the king of Champa from 1254 to 1265. During his reign, the Mongols invaded Champa under commander Sogetu under Kublai Khan. Sogetu captured the port of Vijaya, but was defea...
Che Chi
Chế Chi, or Jaya Sinhavarman IV, was the king of Champa from 1307 - 1312. Because Chế Chi's Vietnamese mother refused to die with her husband and Chế Chi's father, Chế Mân, Chế Chi set out to recaptu...