Tarabya II of Sagaing

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Tarabya II
တရဖျားငယ်
King of Sagaing
Reign c. February 1350 – 23 February 1352
Predecessor Nawrahta Minye
Successor Minbyauk Thihapate
House Myinsaing
Father Sawyun
Mother Kodawgyi[1]
Born 16 November 1321
Monday, 10th waning of Natdaw 683 ME[note 1]
Died 23 February 1352(1352-02-23) (aged 30)
Thursday, 9th waxing of Tabaung 713 ME[2]
Sagaing
Religion Theravada Buddhism

Tarabya II of Sagaing or Tarabyange (Burmese: တရဖျားငယ်, pronounced: [təja̰pʰjá ŋɛ̀]; 1321–1352) was king of Sagaing from 1350 to 1352. He was the youngest son of Sawyun, the kingdom's founder. He was succeeded by Minbyauk Thihapate, his brother-in-law.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Zatadawbon Yazawin (Zata 1960: 71) says he was born on Monday, 25th day of 9th month of 689 ME (Tuesday, 10 November 1327). The Zata date is highly unlikely since his father King Sawyun had died since 5 February 1327, according to a contemporary inscription (Than Tun 1959: 126). Hmannan Yazawin (Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 391) came to power at age 28 in 711 ME (28 March 1349 to 27 March 1350), meaning he was born in 683 ME (28 March 1321 to 27 March 1322).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Than Tun 1959: 126
  2. ^ Than Tun 1959: 127
  3. ^ Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 391–392

References[edit]

  • Royal Historians of Burma (c. 1680). U Hla Tin (Hla Thamein), ed. Zatadawbon Yazawin (1960 ed.). Historical Research Directorate of the Union of Burma. 
  • Royal Historical Commission of Burma (1832). Hmannan Yazawin (in Burmese) 1–3 (2003 ed.). Yangon: Ministry of Information, Myanmar. 
  • Than Tun (December 1959). "History of Burma: A.D. 1300–1400". Journal of Burma Research Society XLII (II). 
Tarabya II of Sagaing
Born: 16 November 1321 Died: 23 February 1352
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Nawrahta Minye
King of Sagaing
1350–1352
Succeeded by
Minbyauk Thihapate