Lê Dụ Tông

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Lê Dụ Tông (chữ Hán: 黎裕宗, 1679–1731) birth name Lê Duy Đường (黎維禟, 黎維禎) was a king of Vietnam, the 11th of the figurehead kings of the later Lê dynasty warlord period. He reigned as king from 1705–1729 (24 năm), the first ten years of which his father Lê Hy Tông was alive and elevated in semi-retirement to Retired Emperor (Vietnamese: Thái thượng hoàng). He was succeeded by Lê Duy Phường, also known as the second king to carry the name Hôn Đức Công.[1][2]

Issue[edit]

He had including five sons. They are Lê Duy Phường, Lê Duy Mật, Lê Duy Quý, Lê Thuần Tông and Lê Ý Tông.

Preceded by
Lê Hy Tông
King of Vietnam
1705–1729
Succeeded by
Lê Duy Phường

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bruce M. Lockhart, William J. Duiker The A to Z of Vietnam 2010 p437 "Lê Dụ Tông"
  2. ^ Hoàn táng thi hài vua Lê Dụ Tông: kỷ yếu Hội đồng họ Lê Việt Nam - 2010 Process ceremony of digging and re-burying corpse of the King Lê Du Tông in Thanh Hóa Province, Vietnam.