Khúc Thừa Dụ (Chinese: 曲承裕; pinyin: Qū Chéngyù) or Khúc Tiên (曲先; Qǔ Xiān) (?–907) was a Vietnamese Jiedushi of Vietnam, Jinghai-jun Tĩnh Hải quân, in the early 10th century. Khúc Thừa Dụ was the head of the Khúc family in Hải Dương and was well known by people in the region for his wealth and benevolence. Khúc Thừa Dụ began to rule the country when the Tang Dynasty collapsed, and is considered the ruler who marked the beginning of the independent Vietnam, which had until then been ruled by China as a province. When he died in 907, his position was inherited by his son Khúc Hạo who continued to strengthen the autonomy and prosperity of the country.

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  • Khúc Thừa Dụ, mort en 907, est de 905 à 907 le premier gouverneur vietnamien d'Annam (nord de l'actuel Viêt Nam, à l'époque province à l’extrême sud de la Chine). (fr)
  • 曲 承裕(きょく しょうゆう、生年不詳 - 天祐4年(907年))は唐末の静海軍節度使。 (ja)
  • 曲承裕(越南语:Khúc Thừa Dụ/曲承裕,852年-907年)或曲裕(越南语:Khúc Dụ/曲裕),字豐君(越南语:Phong Quân/豐君),號靜海老夫(越南语:Tĩnh Hải lão phu/靜海老夫),又稱「曲先主」(越南语:Khúc tiên chủ/曲先主),中国唐朝末期,授任他為静海节度使,管辖今越南北部一带,為日後越南脫離中國独立建国打下基礎。 (zh)
  • Khúc Thừa Dụ (Chinese: 曲承裕; pinyin: Qū Chéngyù) or Khúc Tiên (曲先; Qǔ Xiān) (?–907) was a Vietnamese Jiedushi of Vietnam, Jinghai-jun Tĩnh Hải quân, in the early 10th century. Khúc Thừa Dụ was the head of the Khúc family in Hải Dương and was well known by people in the region for his wealth and benevolence. Khúc Thừa Dụ began to rule the country when the Tang Dynasty collapsed, and is considered the ruler who marked the beginning of the independent Vietnam, which had until then been ruled by China as a province. When he died in 907, his position was inherited by his son Khúc Hạo who continued to strengthen the autonomy and prosperity of the country. (en)
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  • Khúc Thừa Dụ, mort en 907, est de 905 à 907 le premier gouverneur vietnamien d'Annam (nord de l'actuel Viêt Nam, à l'époque province à l’extrême sud de la Chine). (fr)
  • 曲 承裕(きょく しょうゆう、生年不詳 - 天祐4年(907年))は唐末の静海軍節度使。 (ja)
  • 曲承裕(越南语:Khúc Thừa Dụ/曲承裕,852年-907年)或曲裕(越南语:Khúc Dụ/曲裕),字豐君(越南语:Phong Quân/豐君),號靜海老夫(越南语:Tĩnh Hải lão phu/靜海老夫),又稱「曲先主」(越南语:Khúc tiên chủ/曲先主),中国唐朝末期,授任他為静海节度使,管辖今越南北部一带,為日後越南脫離中國独立建国打下基礎。 (zh)
  • Khúc Thừa Dụ (Chinese: 曲承裕; pinyin: Qū Chéngyù) or Khúc Tiên (曲先; Qǔ Xiān) (?–907) was a Vietnamese Jiedushi of Vietnam, Jinghai-jun Tĩnh Hải quân, in the early 10th century. Khúc Thừa Dụ was the head of the Khúc family in Hải Dương and was well known by people in the region for his wealth and benevolence. Khúc Thừa Dụ began to rule the country when the Tang Dynasty collapsed, and is considered the ruler who marked the beginning of the independent Vietnam, which had until then been ruled by China as a province. When he died in 907, his position was inherited by his son Khúc Hạo who continued to strengthen the autonomy and prosperity of the country. (en)
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  • Khúc Thừa Dụ (fr)
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  • Khúc Thừa Dụ (en)
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