Hồ Hán Thương

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Hồ Hán Thương was the second and final king of the short lived Hồ dynasty.[1]


  1. ^ Renowned Vietnamese intellectuals prior to the 20th century 2004 HỒ DYNASTY (1400-1407) Naming the country Đại Ngu with Tây Đô as the capital, the HỔ held the throne for seven years, through two generations: HỔ Quý Ly (a.k.a. Thánh Nguyen, 1400-1401) and his son Hổ Hán Thương (1401-1407).