Kiem Si Doi

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Vietnamese History: Thiên Sách Vương (天策王),reign: 954-965

Brought back by his younger brother Ngô Xương Văn to the throne, Ngô Xương Ngập soon abused his rights as the oldest son and began to rule Giao Chỉ as dictator. The country was ripe for open rivalries between different lords who fought each other to become the next successor.

[edit] Ngô Sứ Quân (吳使君),reign: 965-968

After Ngô Xương Ngập’s death in 965, his son Ngô Xương Xí (吳昌熾) succeeded him. But as he ascended to the throne Ngô Xương Xí was faced with the daunting task of having his rule recognized by the now open rivalry between the 12 lords who fought one another as they vied for control of the country. With the announcement of his rule, the country was thrown into a chaotic period called the Thập Nhị Sứ Quân (十二使君) Rebellion.

[edit] “The 12 Lords Rebellion” or “Thập Nhị Sứ Quân Rebellion” (966-968)

The 12 Lords were:

* Ngô Xương Xí (the nominal emperor whose reign and rule were contested)
* Đỗ Cảnh Thạc
* Trần Lãm (who proclaimed himself Trần Minh Công. It was Trần Lãm who trained Đinh Bộ Lĩnh who soon would emerge and prove himself as the strongest of the 12 lords and eventually found the Đinh Dynasty.
* Kiều Công Hãn (who proclaimed himself Kiều Công Che)
* Nguyễn Khoan (who proclaimed himself Nguyễn Thái Bình)
* Ngô Nhật Khánh
* Lý Khê
* Nguyễn Thủ Tiệp
* Lý Đường
* Nguyễn Siêu
* Kiều Thuận
* Phạm Bạch Hổ

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