|King of Cambodia|
|Predecessor||Barom Reachea I|
|Successor||Chey Chettha I|
Preah Ram I (usurper)
Vientiane, Lan Xang
|Issue||Chey Chettha I|
Kaev Hua I
|Father||Barom Reachea I|
|Mother||Maha Kalyanavati Sri Sujata Uttama|
Siamese had recovered their capital from the Burmese, and started to take revenge on Cambodia. In 1594, the Cambodian capital Lovek was under siege. Ruiz and Veloso were sent to Manila for assistance. Before they returned, the capital was sacked by Siamese. Satha was forced to flee and seek refuge in Lan Xang. He later died in Vientiane.
- Chandler, David P. (2008). A history of Cambodia (4th ed.). Westview Press. p. 102. ISBN 978-0813343631.
- Chandler, David P. (2008). A history of Cambodia (4th ed.). Westview Press. p. 99–100. ISBN 978-0813343631.
- the historical background - Shodhganga, page. 28
- Kersten, Carool (2006). "Cambodia's Muslim King: Khmer and Dutch Sources on the Conversion of Reameathipadei I, 1642-1658". Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 37 (1): 6. doi:10.1017/S0022463405000408. JSTOR 20072683.