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PROTOCOLS AND CEREMONIES OF THE SIAMESE AND THE VIETNAMESE COURTS: THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (?). MORRAGOTWONG PHUMPLAB Integrated Thai Studies Program, School of Liberal Arts, Walailak University [email protected], [email protected] RESEARCH IS S UES.

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Morragotwong phumplab integrated thai studies program school of liberal arts walailak university morragotwong phumplab

PROTOCOLS AND CEREMONIES OF

THE SIAMESE AND THE VIETNAMESE COURTS:

THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (?)

MORRAGOTWONG PHUMPLAB

Integrated Thai Studies Program, School of Liberal Arts, Walailak University

[email protected], [email protected]


Research is s ues

RESEARCH ISSUES

  • How did cultural factors play a crucial role in signifying the Siamese and Vietnamese inter-state relations ?

  • How did the nature of cultural treatment between the Bangkok and the Huecourts that led to shifts in their consciousness and attitudes in different contexts ?


The 1780s to 1850s of siam vietnam diplomatic relations

THE 1780s TO 1850s OF SIAM-VIETNAM DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

THE CHAKRI DYNASTY OF SIAM

THE NGUYEN DYNASTY OF VIETNAM

Rama I (1872-1809)

Gia Long (1802-1820)

THE MOST CORDIAL RELATIONS


The 1780s to 1850s of siam vietnam diplomatic relations1

THE 1780s TO 1850s OF SIAM-VIETNAM DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

THE CHAKRI DYNASTY OF SIAM

THE NGUYEN DYNASTY OF VIETNAM

Rama II (1809-1824) Rama III (1824-1851)

Minh Mạng (1820-1840) Thiệu Trị (1841-1847)

A REEVALUATION OF THEIR RELATIONS


The siamese and vietnamese cultural background

THE SIAMESE AND VIETNAMESE CULTURAL BACKGROUND

THE VIETNAMESE COURT

SINICIZED STATE

The model and practices of the Qing court of China and the Lê court of Vietnam

THE SIAMESE COURT

INDIANIZED STATE

The model and practices from the Ayutthaya period


A dual function of protocols and ceremonies

A DUAL FUNCTION OF PROTOCOLS AND CEREMONIES


From bangkok to hue the siamese and vietnamese envoys

FROM BANGKOK TO HUE :THE SIAMESE AND VIETNAMESE ENVOYS


The indication of diplomatic relations 1 welcoming ceremony

THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (1) WELCOMING CEREMONY

“The Ambassadors were feasted on the way, serenaded with Siamese music, and amused with gymnastic and theatrical performances, wherever they rested…There were not less than twelve or thirteen gilded barges, each rowed, or rather paddled, by twenty-five to fifty boatmen, who were uniformly dressed in scarlet, and who pulled with great animation, keeping time to a Siamese song.”

John Crawfurd, Journal of an Embassy to the Court of Siam and Cochin China (London: Oxford University Press, 1967), p. 146.


Morragotwong phumplab integrated thai studies program school of liberal arts walailak university morragotwong phumplab

THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (2) WELCOMING CEREMONY

“In 1810, Vietnamese envoys were welcomed with full honors. The Siamese court arranged for a welcome procession from Samutprakan and also allowed their ambassador to meet Rama II everyday like the Siamese officials.”

Damrong Rachanuphap, Phraratchaphongsawadan Ratchakan thi 2, p. 78.


The indication of diplomatic relations 3

THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (3)

THE SIAMESE AND VIETNAMESE INTER-STATE RELATIONS

FUNERAL DIPLOMACY


The indication of diplomatic relations 4

THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (4)

  • The meaning of the crown as the highest regalia of the Indianized states in Southeast Asia


The indication of diplomatic relations 5

THE INDICATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS (5)

  • The exchange of presents

  • The bestowal of royal regalia


Morragotwong phumplab integrated thai studies program school of liberal arts walailak university morragotwong phumplab

CONCLUSION


Morragotwong phumplab integrated thai studies program school of liberal arts walailak university morragotwong phumplab

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