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English: Southeast Asia circa 1100 C.E. showing the approximate areas of control for the Dai-Viet (Vietnam), Champa, and Khmer Empires. Note: Control of the regions away from the coast of Vietnam was more nominal than real except along the Red River.
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21:31, 7 December 2006Thumbnail for version as of 21:31, 7 December 2006425 × 666 (9 KB)Electionworld{{ew|en|Cglassey}} South East Asia circa 1100 C.E. showing the approximate areas of control for the Dai-Viet (Vietnam), Champa, and Khmer Empires. Note: Control of the regions away from the coast of Vietnam was more nominal than real except along the Red
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