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Study & Research European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: World Events

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The Cambodians establish a new capital at Phnom Penh, after having tried a new site on the Mekong River two years earlier. The new site was necessary because the former capital, Angkor, was vulnerable to raids by the Thais.

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