Lê Thuần Tông
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Lê Thuần Tông (chữ Hán: 黎純宗, 1699 – 1735) birth name Lê Duy Tường (黎維祥, 黎維祜) was the thirteenth and fourth-last king of Vietnamese Lê Dynasty under the domination of the Trịnh Lords. He reigned from 1732 to 1735 and was succeeded by Lê Ý Tông.
- Cuong T. Nguyen Zen in Medieval Vietnam: A Study and Translation of the Thiền Uyển Tập Anh 1997- Page 434 The Việt sử lược, 2:6b2, had "Princess Khanh Thanh" instead of Kim Thanh. Lê Thuần Tông was son of Lê Long Đĩnh and grandson of Lê Đại Hành. On Princess Kim Thành, daughter of Lý Thái Tông, see Toan Tbit, "Ban Ky," 2:213. 586
- Bruce M. Lockhart, William J. Duiker The A to Z of Vietnam 2010 Page 437 "Lê Thuần Tông (1619-43, 1649-62)"
- 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. ISBN 0-8131-0966-3.
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