Lê Ý Tông
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Lê Ý Tông (黎懿宗 1719–1759) was the third-last king of Vietnamese Lê Dynasty, reigning only nominally under the power of Trịnh Giang of the Trịnh Lords. He reigned from 1735 to 1740 and was succeeded by Lê Hiển Tông.
- Nguyẽ̂n, Phút Tá̂n (1964). A Modern History of Viet-nam (1802-1954). Khai-Trí. pp. 134–135.
- Tucker, Spencer (1999). Vietnam. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky. pp. 17–18. ISBN 0-8131-0966-3.
Lê Thuần Tông
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Lê Hiển Tông
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