European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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Sixteen-year-old Javan ruler Hayam Wuruk takes the throne of the Hindu state of Majapahit when his mother, Tribhuvana, abdicates Along with his powerful minister Gajah Mada, he extends Javan control throughout Indonesia

Ramathibodi I, a Utong (Thai) general, becomes king and moves the capital to Ayutthaya, a settlement on an island north of Bangkok He engages in warfare against the Cambodians—who are defeated, but they introduce Khmer culture into that of their conquerors—and establishes coded laws He becomes a Buddhist priest and rules until his death in 1369

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