... situation in which for more than a hundred years during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries their emperor was no more than a figurehead, a puppet at the beck and call of one of the great families. However limited a king's power was away from... Southeast Asia: An Introductory History - 第 46 頁Milton E. Osborne 著 - 2004 - 349 頁有限的預覽
Milton E. Osborne - 2002 - 272 頁
...However limited a king's power away from the capital in which he had his palace, and however much his senior officials might have tried to take advantage...officials than of its ruler was not part of the system that existed in the Buddhist kingdoms. Common to all of the Buddhist rulers of mainland Southeast Asia...