Pagan Kingdom, Khmer Empire, Trading Kingdoms and Vietnam

The Pagan Kingdom (849-1287) had many rulers such as Anawrahta, Kyansittha, Aulangsithu and Narapaisithu. They had a monarchy government and their capital was Pagan. They were influenced by Buddhism and some of their achievements were irrigation, city planning and stupas.

The Khmer Empire (802-1431) had many rulers such as Jayavarman II, Suryavarman II, Jayavarman VII and Ponhea Yat. They had an absolute monarchy government and their capitals were Yasodharapura, Hariharalaya and Angkor. They had an agricultural economy and they excelled in building temples and monuments.

Vietnam had rulers including Trương Tấn Sang and Nguyễn Tấn Dũng. They had a Marxist-Leninist single-party state. They had an agricultural economic base and they excelled in Vietnamese festivals and customs.

The Trading Kingdoms capitals included Mali, Ghannan and Songhai. They were influenced by Islam and they excelled in exporting gold. -Pagan Kingdom

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