Louis Laneau (31 May 1637 in Mondoubleau 16 March 1696 in Ayutthaya) was a French bishop of the 17th century who was active as a missionary in the kingdom of Siam (modern Thailand). He was a member of the Paris Foreign Missions Society. He was initially nominated as the replacement of Msgr Ignace Cotolendi in charge of Nankin.
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Les Missions EtrangÃ¨res. Trois siecles et demi d'histoire et d'aventure en Asie Editions Perrin, 2008,
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