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គស 50-630 ទីតាំង * ៣០០លី លិចលីនីយ(ជនជាតិចាម) * ៧០០០លី Jenan(តុងកឹង) * ឈូងសមុទ្រធំមួយ * ទន្លេរធំមួយ លិចនឹងពាយព្យគឺសមុទ្រ * ១លី=៥៧៦ម=១៧២៨គម=> 1. កម្ពុជា 2. កម្ពុជាក្រោម 3. ថៃ(ភាគកណ្តាល) រាជវង្សមាន៖ 1. លីវយី(៥០-៦៨) 2. ហ៊ុនទៀន(៦៨) 3. ហ៊ុនប៉ានហួង៖ដែលជាមេទ័ពបានប្រើល្បិចវាយក្រុងទាំង៧នឹងបានដណ្តើមអំណាចពីព្រះ បាទហ៊ុនទៀន 4. ហ៊ុនប៉ានប៉ាង៖ជាកូនហ៊ុនប៉ានហួង 5. ហ្វាន់ជេម៉ាន់៖ជាអ្នកសំលាប់សោយរាជ្យបន្តរឺក៍ហ៊ុនប៉ានប៉ាងផ្ទេរអំណាចអោយ 6. គិនចេង(២២៥)៖ត្រូវជាកូនរបស់របស់ហ្វាន់ជេម៉ាន់ពីព្រោះគាត់បានស្លាប់ពេលវាយ នៅ គិនស៊ីន 7. ហ្វានឆាន(២២៥-២៤៥)៖បានសំលាប់គិនចេងដើម្បីសោយរាជ្យបន្តដែលត្រូវជាក្មួយហ្វាន់ជេម៉ាន់នឹងត្រូវជាបងប្អូនគិនចេង 8. ហ្វានឆាង(២៤៥-២៥០)៖ជាកូនពៅរបស់ហ្វានជេម៉ាន់បានមកសងសឹកនឹងសោយរាជ្យបន្ត 9. ហ្វានស៊ីយ៉ុន(២៥០-២៨៩)៖បានសំលាប់ហ្វានឆាងសោយរាជ្យបន្ត 10. ធៀនឈូឆានតាន(៣៥៧) 11. កៅណ្ឌិន្យ(៣៥៧)៖គាត់មានកូនពីរគឺស្រីឥន្រ្ទវរ្ម័ននឹងស្រេស្ធវរ្ម័ន 12. កៅណ្ឌិន្យជ័យវរ្ម័ន(៤៤២-៥១៤)៖មានបុត្រាពីរគឺគុណវរ្ម័នជាប្អូននឹងរុទ្រវរ្ម័នជាបងក៍ប៉ុន្តែគុណវរ្ម័នជាអ្នកសោយរាជ្យដែលត្រូវជាកូនកុលប្រភាវតីជាមហេសីរីឯរុទ្រវរ្ម័នជាកូនស្នំ។ដោយមិនសុខចិត្តព្រោះខ្លួនជាបងមិនបានសោយរាជ្យក៍ប្រើល្បិចសំលាប់ប្អូនដើម្បី សោយរាជ្យម្តង។ 13. គុណវរ្ម័ន 14. ចេនឡា ចេនឡា
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