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Group 5

Leader: Ralph Derek Manuel

Members: Schielena Joy Alberto
Joshua Evan Araneta
Rose Sheena Marasigan
In 500 BC,
 Centralized and densely populated
settlements spread throughout Southeast Asia.
Is their culture owing to the huge and heavy
drums made of bronze that were widely
used in the region.

Its name is derived from Dong Son, Vietnam

where evidence of such drums was found.
Between 150 BC and 150 AD
 The region began to be influenced by China and
India. Chinese influence spread in Vietnam
and the rest of Southeast Asia.
 Influence spread out to other parts of the region. The
“Indianized” empire of Funan and Khemer emerged in
 Buddhists frequented Palembeng in Sumatra in the 7th
Century as a result of the spread of Buddhism there.
 Temples heavily influenced by Hindu-Buddhism were put up
 Borobodur in Java, Pagan in Myanmar
 The world-famous Buddhist complex of Angkor Thom
 Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
9th Century
 Empires founded on political ideologies of India
emerged in Cambodia, Myanmar, Sumatra, and
Khmer Empire
 Established the kingdom of Peru in Burma, which lasted
for about 240 years.
 Prince Jayavarman II
 Leader of Khimer Empire
 united Cambodia. He led the Khmer Empire from 900-1200. The
empire’s territory expanded as a result of the collapse of nearby
 the kingdom’s founder succeeded because he discovered
irrigation thereby increasing agricultural production
 10 kings succeeded him.

 The kingdom ended in 1300 as a result of the weak

leadership of the heirs to the throne.

 Two kingdoms were then founded— Ava and Toungoo.

Suryavarman II
Jayavarman VII
Zhou Daguan
Was founded in 1238
Founder: Chao Phraya
He found Thailand when he seized Sukhotai from the
Khmer empire.
Two other states were created:
 Chieng Mai in 13th Century
 Ayuthia in the 14th Century
King Ramathibodi of Ayuthia, Thailand
achieved a unified government.
 Le Loi, a hero of the battle between the Chinese
and the Vietnamese, became Vietnam’s king.

 When he assumed the leader ship of Le Dynasty,

he changed the name of the empire from Au Nam
to Dai Viet and pushed for agrarian reform. His
dynasty ruled from 1418 and ended in 1788
because it was eventually overthrown by
amother Vietnamese empire.
sri means "shining" or "radiant" and vijaya means
"victory" or "excellence"
It was another powerful empire in Southeast
It reigned over the insular region from 7th to the
13th Century.
It rose to power by monopolizing trade. It was
during this period that spices became important in
world trade. Its influence spread to Philippines,
Moluccas, and Borneo.
In 1200 AD, this kingdom was established by
King Kertenagara in Java. It ruled the entire
island of Java.
Its power and influence were acknowledged in
Sumatra, Moluccas, eastern Malaysia, and
southern Borneo.
The Singosari kingdom lost power in 1292.
The capital of the previous empire was
transferred to Madjapahit, a town in Java.
Ruled from 1293 to around 1500
It became a powerful empire ruling a great
part of Indonesia and Malaysia
This small state was finally extinguished at
the hands of the Demak in 1527
 Raden Wijaya, styled Kertarajasa Jayawardhana (1294 - 1309)
 Kalagamet, styled Jayanagara (1309 - 1328)
 Sri Gitarja (1328 - 1350)
 Hayam Wuruk, styled Sri Rajasanagara (1350 - 1389)
 Wikramawardhana(1389 - 1429)
 Suhita (1429 - 1447)
 Kertawijaya,(1447 - 1451)
 Rajasawardhana, (1451 - 1453)
 Interregnum (1453-1456)
 Bhre Wengker (1456 - 1466)
 Singhawikramawardhana, Pandanalas (1466 - 1468 or 1478[6] )
 Kertabumi (1468 - 1478)
 Girindrawardhana (1478 - 1498)
-With the collapse of Srivijaya and Khmer in
1300, many other settlements emerged in South
East Asia. Historians claim that it was during this
period that settlements, which the Europeans
found when they arrived in the 16th Century,
were formed.
-Many free communities were already
established in Southeast Asia when the
Europeans arrived in the region. These
communities were actively establishing
trade relations with one another.
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