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Chatusadom or Catustambha ( th, จตุสดมภ์ , literally "Four Pillars" from Sanskrit language, Sanskrit ''Catur'' "Four" + ''Stambha'' "Pillars") was the Thai system of central executive governance during the Ayutthaya Kingdom, Thonburi Kingdom and Rattanakosin Kingdom (1782–1932), Rattanakosin Kingdom from 1454 to 1892. For about four hundred years, it had served as the constitution of central government of Siam or Thailand until King Chulalongkorn organized ''Chatusadom'' into modern List of government ministries of Thailand, ministries and officially established the Cabinet of Thailand, Cabinet on April 1, 1892. The ''Chatusadom'' system King Borommatrailokkanat, Trailokanat promulgated the constitution of ''Chatusadom'' in his Palatine Law, or ''Phra aiyakan tamnaeng na phonlaruean'' ( th, พระไอยการตำแหน่งนาพลเรือน), with the promulgation date being 1454. The original written law had been lost, however. ''Chatusado ...
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Rattanakosin Kingdom (1782–1932)
The Rattanakosin Kingdom ( th, อาณาจักรรัตนโกสินทร์, , or shortened to, , ) is the fourth and present Thai people, Thai kingdom in the History of Thailand, history of Thailand, which was formerly known as Siam until 1939. It was founded in 1782 with the History of Bangkok#Rattanakosin, establishment of Rattanakosin (Bangkok), which replaced the city of Thonburi Kingdom, Thonburi as the capital of Siam. This article covers the period until the Siamese revolution of 1932. The maximum zone of influence of Rattanakosin included the vassal states of Post-Angkor period, Cambodia, History of Laos#Siam and Suzerainty (1779–1893), Laos, Shan States, and the northern History of Malaysia#Siamese Expansion into Malaya, Malay states. The kingdom was founded by Rama I of the Chakri Dynasty. The first half of this period was characterized by the consolidation of the kingdom's power and was punctuated by periodic conflicts with Burma, Vietnam and Laos. ...
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Borommakot
Borommakot ( th, บรมโกศ, ) or Borommarachathirat V ( th, บรมราชาธิราชที่ ๕) was the king of Ayutthaya from 1733 to 1758. His reign was the last blooming period of Ayutthaya as the kingdom would fall nine years after his death.Chakrabongse, C., 1960, Lords of Life, London: Alvin Redman Limited "His reign of 25 years is important for being the last peaceful period of Ayudhya during which literature with the arts and crafts flurished." However, the king himself was known for "cruelty to people and animals alike," with seven of his sons meeting violent deaths. Ayutthya civil war Prince Phon ( th, พร) was the son of Sanpet VIII. His elder brother, Prince Phet (), succeeded the throne as Sanphet IX in 1708.Rajanubhab, D., 2001, Our Wars With the Burmese, Bangkok: White Lotus Co. Ltd., Phon was then appointed as the Front Palace Krom Phra Ratchawang Bowon Sathan Mongkhon , colloquially known as the Front Palace ( th, วังหน ...
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