Siamese King’s Tomb to be Destroyed

Siamese King’s Tomb to be Destroyed – The Irrawaddy, July 18, 2012
…“Thai people regularly come to their ex-king’s tomb to pay respect. I always have to clean the tomb before their arrival. They will also feel hurt if the tomb is destroyed,” said Nyein Win, an archaeologist in Amarapura…

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One Response to Siamese King’s Tomb to be Destroyed

  1. Wiz says:

    That refers to King Uthumporn’s tomb containing the ash of the king who has been brought into Amarapura after the downfall of Ayuddhaya on 7 April 1767 …. King Uthumporn passed away in 1796 as a Buddhist monk though …

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