P'an-Lo T'ou-Ts'iuan or Bàn La Trà Toàn in Vietnamese (both based on readings of literary Chinese transliteration 槃羅茶全) was king of Champa from 1460 to 1471, the year of the fall of Champa. In 1471, in a reaction to a Cham raid against Hóa Châu, the emperor Lê Thánh Tông of Đại Việt (Vietnam), invaded Champa.:116–117
This was the final defeat of Champa, which then became a minor Viet province.
Moho P'an-Lo-Yue 1458–1460
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Lê Thánh Tông of Đại Việt
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