Early Lý dynasty

The Early Lý Dynasty (nhà Tiền Lý) was a dynasty of Vietnam dating from 544 to 602. Its founder, Lý Nam Đế (Lý Bí) (r. 544–548) is traditionally counted the first emperor of Vietnam, as signified by the throne name ending with `Đế,` (literally `Lý South Emperor`). The capital at that time was Long Biên and the country was kno...
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Early Ly dynasty

(from the article `Later Ly dynasty`) ...known later as Dai Viet, was established by Ly Thai To in the Red River Delta area of present northern Vietnam. Its capital was Thang Long ...
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