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Gia Long, Emperor of Vietnam, 1762-1820

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    • Gia Long, King of Vietnam, 1761-1820
    • Gia Long, King of Vietnam, 1762-1820
    • Nguyễn Phúc, Ánh, Emperor of Vietnam, 1762-1820
    • Nguyễn, Ánh, Emperor of Vietnam, 1762-1820
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1762-02-08
    • Death Date

        (edtf) [1820-01-25,1820-02-03]
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        Huế (Vietnam)
    • Death Place

        Huế (Vietnam)
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          • Gia Long, King of Vietnam, 1761-1820
        • Sources

          • found: Hoàng Việt luật lệ, 1996- :v. 1, t.p. (Gia Long)
          • found: Whitfield, D.J. Hist. & cult. dict. of Vietnam, 1976:p. 89 (Gia-Long; Nguyẽ̂n Phúc Ánh, founder and first Emperor of the Nguyẽ̂n dynasty, ruled 1802-1820)
          • found: Từ điẻ̂n nhân vật Việt Nam, 1991:p. 578 (Nguyẽ̂n Phúc Ánh; Nguyyẽ̂n Ánh; Gia Long; b. 1762; d. 1820)
          • found: LC data base, 7-21-97(hdg. Gia Long, King of Vietnam, 1761-1820)
          • found: Wikipedia, December 1, 2020(Gia Long (8 February 1762 - 3 February 1820), born Nguyễn Phúc Ánh or Nguyễn Ánh, was the first Emperor of the Nguyễn dynasty of Vietnam. Unifying what is now modern Vietnam in 1802, he founded the Nguyễn dynasty, the last of the Vietnamese dynasties; Emperor Gia Long, Emperor of Việt Nam; born Phú Xuân, Đàng Trong, Đại Việt; died Imperial City, Huế, Việt Nam)
          • found: Britannica online, December 1, 2020(Gia Long, emperor of Vietnam; Gia Long, original name Nguyen Phuc Anh, (born Feb. 8, 1762, Hue, Vietnam--died Jan. 25 or Feb. 3, 1820, Hue), emperor and founder of the Nguyen dynasty, the last dynasty of Vietnam before conquest by France; on June 1, 1802 he proclaimed himself emperor, assuming the title Gia Long)
          • found: Brief history of the Nguyen dynasty, 2009, via Hue Monuments Conservation Centre website, viewed December 1, 2020(The Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945) began with the reign of king Gia Long, who was the dynasty's founder, and ended with the reign of king Bao Dai who was the last monarch time of Vietnam; In 1802, after he defeated the forces of Tay Son, Nguyen Anh, who was a descendant of Nguyen Lords, unified the country and established the Nguyen dynasty. During his reign he took the name Gia Long; 13 Nguyễn kings include: Gia Long king (1802-1819); Minh Mạng king (1820-1840); Thiệu Trị king (1841-1847); Tự Đức king (1848-1883); Dục Đức king (1883, 3 ngày); Hiệp Hòa king (30.7.1883-29.11.1883); Kiến Phúc king (2.12.1883-31.7.1884); Hàm Nghi king (1884-1885); Đồng Khánh king (1886-1888); Thành Thái king (1889-1907); Duy Tân king (1907-1916); Khải Định king (1916-1925); Bảo Đại king (1926-1945)) -
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