Ramkhamhaeng The Great
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- Ramkhamhaeng University International Research Conference
- Jan 13, 2011 “Resource Management in a Changing World”. January 13 - 14, 2011.
- eLearning Center in Ramkhamhaeng University
- Ramkhamhaeng, by far the largest public university in Thailand, was established in 1971, and was named after.
- 1. Ramkhamhaeng National Museum 2. Wat Sri Sawai
- King Ramkhamhaeng Monument. Though not a historic building, King Ramkhamhaeng the Great. Monument is a landmark in the Sukhothai Historical Park.
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- Another northern paradise
- The city is believed to have been established during the same period as Lamphun and before the Sukhothai Kingdom was built, according to the First Inscription completed by King Ramkhamhaeng the Great of Sukhothai in 1283 which reads ".
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- Ram Khamhaeng - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Ram Khamhaeng the Great. King of Sukhothai.
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- King Ramkhamhaeng the Great - simply-thai.com
- Jan 6, 2011 King Ramkhamhaeng 1279-1298. The Great Father of the Siamese Language.
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- Oct 5, 2003 The history and achievements of King Ramkhamhaeng the great of Sukothai are described.
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