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HISTORY & MONARCHY

 

 

   

  Chakri Dynasty

 

Thailand

The first eight Kings of the Chakri Dynasty as portrayed in the Thai Human Imagery Museum in Nakhon Pathom. In the back-ground is the coat of arms of the Chakri dynasty, a trisun (tri-dent) with a chakra (disc).

 

From left to right are: King Chulachomklao or Rama V (fig.); King Mongkutklao or Rama VI (fig.); King Phra Phutta Leut La or Rama II (fig.); King Phra Phutta Yotfa Chulalok or Rama I (fig.); King Phra Nang Klao or Rama III (fig.); King Pokklao or Rama VII (fig.); King Phra Chom Klao or Rama IV (fig.); and King Ananda Mahidol or Rama VIII (fig.).

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