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Somdet Phra Sīsawarinthirā--
Bib ID 458782
Format BookBook
Author
Somphop Čhanthrapraphā
 
Description [Bangkok : Samnak Rātchalēkhāthikān, 2528 i.e. 1985] 
198 p., [27] p. of plates : ports. (some col.) ; 27 cm. 
Summary

Biography of Sisawarinthira, Queen, consort of Chulalongkorn, King of Siam, 1862-1955; cremation volume for Chirik Kitiyakon, M.R., 1952-1985; includes a biography, condolences, and a sampling of poems by the crematee.

Notes

"Somdet Phranāng Čhao Sirikit Phrabō̜rommarāchinīnāt song phrakarunā prōt klao-- hai phim phrarātchathān pen ʻanusō̜n nai ngān phrarātchathān phlœ̄ng sop Mō̜m Rātchawong Ying Čhirik Kitiyākō̜n."

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Sīsawarinthirā, Queen, consort of Chulalongkorn, King of Siam, 1862-1955.  |  Čhirik Kitiyākō̜n, M.R., 1952-1985 -- Death and burial.  |  Queens -- Thailand -- Biography.
Other authors/contributors Čhirik Kitiyākō̜n, M.R., 1952-1985

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