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File:Map of Taungoo Empire (1580).png



English: Taungoo Empire at its highest extent during the reign of King Bayinnaung (1551-1581)
Date 21 December 2011
Source Own work. Background map is taken from (public domain: Terms of Use).
Author Soewinhan


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Refer to the

  • Victor B. Lieberman (2003) Strange parallels: Southeast Asia in global context, c 800-1830, Volume 1, pp. 152 ISBN: 0521804965. for the extent of Taungoo Empire as of 1580.
  • File:Map of Toungoo Kingdom 1572.jpg and File:Map-of-southeast-asia 900 CE.png for geographic names.


  • The borders at that times were not demarcated. As stated in Berkeley timemap: The level of details present in some boundaries should not be interpreted as a result of a precise, detailed understanding of the borders of states during this period.


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