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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Lo ngam

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Other names / Alternative spellings

Long ngam (ms. PT 1060)

Lo ngam rta 'dzi (ms. PT 1287)
 

Social groups (status, family, lineage...)

rgyal pran


Period of activity 

Mythical times / Reign of Dri gum btsan po


Biographical data

Lo ngam was the lord (rje) of Myang ro sham po, his ministers were Ngab myi and 'Bre (ms. PT 1286 l. 9-10).  

Long ngam was a king (rgyal po) in the fortress of Myang ro sham po dgu rtsigs lang ling, (together with Ngam tsha pyi brom dkar po ?). His ministers were Ngab myi and 'Bre gas (PT 1060 l. 85-86). 

Lo ngam "the horse keeper" (rta 'dzi ) was provoked by the king Dri gum btsan po, but at first did not dare to fight him (ms. PT 1287 l. 10).  

Lo ngam eventually accepted Dri gum btsan po's challenge on the condition that he would be allowed to fight with the king's magical weapons (ms. PT 1287 l. 10-12).

Lo ngam fought Dri gum btsan po in Myang ro and killed him after neutralizing the king's protective deity lDe bla gung rgyal (ms. PT 1287 l. 12-19).

rHya mo rhul bzhi khugs and sNa nam btsan bzhong rgyal planned Lo ngam assassination, they spread poison on dogs' fur (ms. PT 1287 l. 21-23).

Lo ngam died after touching the dogs' poisonned fur (ms. PT 1287 l. 24-26)

Lo ngam's hundred males and hundred females (his vassals?) are eventually killed during the conquest of Myang ro sham po by Dri gum's heir, Sha khyi alias sPu de gung rgyal (ms. PT 1287 l. 54-55).


Titles

rje (ms. PT 1286 l. 9)

rta dzi (ms. PT 1287 l. 9, 13, 32)

rgyal po (ms. PT 1060 l. 85-86)


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