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Lan Na was the kingdom under Tilockarat (1441-1487). In 1456 Tilockarat captured the neighbouring kingdom of Payao. Chariyasettha went to Lan Na and so Lan Na was governed by a Lao royal. 1547 Prince Chaiyasettha came back to Lan Xang to take the seat and rose as Setthathirath. Then the kingdom became the victim of the expansion course of the Burmesian king Bayinnaung.
2 ] Motivated by Setthathirath, Mekuti rebelled during the Burmese-Siamese War (1563-64). However, the king was taken prisoner by Burma's troops in November 1564 and sent to the then Burma's capitol, Pegu. The Siamese revolt was successful (1584-93), after which all minions of Pegu went their own way in 1596-1597. Nawrahta Minsaw became a creek of Naresuan of Siam in 1602.
By the time the Myanmar return, the Emperor of Lan Na Thado Kyaw (Phra Choi) was seeking and receiving help from Lan Xang, not his nominee lord Siam, who sent no help. After 1614, minion-king vassals of Myanmar origin reigned Lan Na for over a hundred years. 1727 Chiang Mai rebelled because of high taxes.
In 1727-1728 and 1731-1732 the opposition forced the Myanmar military back, after which Chiang Mai and the Ping Valley became self-sufficient. Chiang Mai became a subsidiary of the new Myanmar ruling family again in 1757. In 1761 she rebelled again with Thai support, but the insurgency was repressed in January 1763.
As of 1765, the Myanmar used Lan Na as a launch site to enter the Lao states and Siam itself. Burma was at the height of its political might in the early 1770s since Bayinnaung, after defeating Siam (1765-67) and China (1765-69), Burma's armed forces leaders and lieutenants became "drunk with victory".
Thado Mindin, the new Burma Governor in Chiang Mai, was irreverent towards the locals and the population and was highly disliked. Kawila of Lampang, one of the village's chieftains, rebelled with Thai help and conquered the town on January 15, 1775, ending 200-year-old Burma's reign.
1 ] Kawila was appointed Lampang and Phraya Chaban as Chiangmai kings, both of Siam. Kawila consolidates his property from Lan Na in the 1790' and takes over Chiang Saen and Luang Prabang (1792-1794). Nevertheless, the Kingdom of Chiangmai was established as the state of Siam.
Chiang Mai Histories - Probably begun in the latter part of the fifteenth centuary and magnified with each copy of the leaf. The book Jinak?lam?li - written by Ratanapañña (16th century), reports on the early ascent of Buddhism in Thailand and provides information on many historic occurrences. King Mae Ku (Mekuti):
To Burmese Nat' in: David, David, Ancient Chiang Mai Band 1. Cognoscenti books, 2012. David, David, Ancient Chiang Mai Band 1. Cognoscenti books, 2012. National Symposium on Graduate Research, Chiang Mai, Thaïlande, 10-11 août 2004.
This is Chiang Mai: andrew forbes, andrew,'the people of chiang may', in: Penth, Hans und Forbes, Andrew, A Brief History of Lan Na (Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Centre, Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Centre, Chiang Mai, 2004), S. 221-256. Hmanan Yazawin (in Burmese). Thailand: