Văn Lang (Chinese: 文郎) was the first semi-legendary nation of the ancient Vietnamese people. It was ruled by the Hùng Kings of the Hồng Bàng dynasty. Hùng Vương as the title of a line of kings and the Văn Lang kingdom's existence are attested in Qin and Tang-era sources. The people of Văn Lang were referred to as the Lạc Việt or sometimes simply as the Lạc. Văn Lang ended c. 258 BC when the Âu invaded under their Shu prince Thục Phán. Thục defeated the last Hùng Vương, united the kingdoms as Âu Lạc, and proclaimed himself An Dương Vương.

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  • Le Văn Lang (chinois : 文郎) est la première nation du peuple viêt (après le néolithique). Elle était principalement située sur le Delta du Fleuve Rouge. Fondée en 2877 av. J.-C. selon les historiens vietnamiens, elle disparaît en 258 av. J.-C., année au cours de laquelle elle est défaite par la dynastie An Duong Vuong. À l’époque, elle était gouvernée par la dynastie Hồng Bàng. (fr)
  • 文郎国(ぶんろうこく、ヴァンランこく、ベトナム語: Văn Lang / 文郞)は、ベトナム史上初の国家である。国家形態を示す記録も遺構も存在しないため、半ば伝説上の国家とされる。 (ja)
  • Het koninkrijk Văn Lang is een historisch land in Zuidoost-Azië. Het land lag waar tegenwoordig het noorden van Vietnam ligt. Het land werd gesticht in 2879 v.Chr. door de Hồng Bàng dynastie. Het land heeft bestaan tot 258 v.Chr. De hoofdstad van het land was Phong Châu. Dit gebied ligt tegenwoordig in de provincie Phú Thọ. Het koninkrijk had 15 regio's. (nl)
  • Văn Lang (Chinese: 文郎) was the first semi-legendary nation of the ancient Vietnamese people. It was ruled by the Hùng Kings of the Hồng Bàng dynasty. Hùng Vương as the title of a line of kings and the Văn Lang kingdom's existence are attested in Qin and Tang-era sources. The people of Văn Lang were referred to as the Lạc Việt or sometimes simply as the Lạc. According to the 15th-century book Đại Việt sử ký toàn thư (Đại Việt Complete History), the nation had its capital at Phong Châu in present-day Phú Thọ Province. It was bordered to the east by the South China Sea, to the west by Ba Thục (present-day Sichuan), to the north by Dongting Lake (Hunan), and to the south by Champa. According to Trần Trọng Kim's book, Việt Nam sử lược (A Brief History of Vietnam), the country was divided into 15 regions as in the table below: Việt Sử Lược (Việt Brief History) notes that Văn Lang consisted of 15 regions: in it there are 10 names recorded similar to those given in Đại Việt Complete History (Giao Chỉ, Vũ Ninh, Việt Thường, Ninh Hải, Lục Hải, Hoài Hoan, Cửu Chân, Bình Văn, Cửu Đức, and Văn Lang), and five regions with different names (Quân Ninh, Gia Ninh, Thang Tuyền, Tân Xương, and Nhật Nam). The founder of Văn Lang was Hùng Vương (King Hùng). The Hùng Vương throne was hereditary. The Hùng Kings were military commanders and religious leaders at the same time. Văn Lang was supposedly ruled by 88 Hùng Kings, but only 18 names are recorded (or, according to recent research, 18 names of 18 Dynasties, like Ancient Egyptian): 1. * Hùng Dương (Lộc Tục) 2. * Hùng Hiền (Lạc Long Quân) 3. * Hùng Lân (vua) 4. * Hùng Việp 5. * Hùng Hy 6. * Hùng Huy 7. * Hùng Chiêu 8. * Hùng Vỹ 9. * Hùng Định * Hùng Hy 10. * Hùng Trinh 11. * Hùng Võ 12. * Hùng Việt 13. * Hùng Anh 14. * Hùng Triều 15. * Hùng Tạo 16. * Hùng Nghị 17. * Hùng Duệ Văn Lang ended c. 258 BC when the Âu invaded under their Shu prince Thục Phán. Thục defeated the last Hùng Vương, united the kingdoms as Âu Lạc, and proclaimed himself An Dương Vương. (en)
  • 文郎国(越南语:Văn Lang)是越南历史上第一个古国,由传说中的雒龙君所建,大约存在于公元前2879年到前258年。《大越史记全书》所载,其疆域东临南海,西接巴蜀,北临洞庭湖,南临胡孙国。但实际疆域可能仅限于今天的越南北部及中国广西南部一带。国中又分十五部:交趾、朱鸢、宁山、福禄、越裳、宁海、阳泉、桂阳、武宁、怀驩、九真、日南、真定、桂林、象郡。 (zh)
  • Ванланг (вьетн. Văn Lang, тьы-ном 文郎) — первое государство вьетов на территории современного Вьетнама, легендарная дата основания которого относится к 2524 году до н. э. (по другим источникам, это было в VII в. до н. э.) и просуществовавшее до 258 года до н. э. Правила страной династия Хонг-банг. Жителей Ванланга называли лаквьетами. (ru)
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  • Le Văn Lang (chinois : 文郎) est la première nation du peuple viêt (après le néolithique). Elle était principalement située sur le Delta du Fleuve Rouge. Fondée en 2877 av. J.-C. selon les historiens vietnamiens, elle disparaît en 258 av. J.-C., année au cours de laquelle elle est défaite par la dynastie An Duong Vuong. À l’époque, elle était gouvernée par la dynastie Hồng Bàng. (fr)
  • 文郎国(ぶんろうこく、ヴァンランこく、ベトナム語: Văn Lang / 文郞)は、ベトナム史上初の国家である。国家形態を示す記録も遺構も存在しないため、半ば伝説上の国家とされる。 (ja)
  • Het koninkrijk Văn Lang is een historisch land in Zuidoost-Azië. Het land lag waar tegenwoordig het noorden van Vietnam ligt. Het land werd gesticht in 2879 v.Chr. door de Hồng Bàng dynastie. Het land heeft bestaan tot 258 v.Chr. De hoofdstad van het land was Phong Châu. Dit gebied ligt tegenwoordig in de provincie Phú Thọ. Het koninkrijk had 15 regio's. (nl)
  • 文郎国(越南语:Văn Lang)是越南历史上第一个古国,由传说中的雒龙君所建,大约存在于公元前2879年到前258年。《大越史记全书》所载,其疆域东临南海,西接巴蜀,北临洞庭湖,南临胡孙国。但实际疆域可能仅限于今天的越南北部及中国广西南部一带。国中又分十五部:交趾、朱鸢、宁山、福禄、越裳、宁海、阳泉、桂阳、武宁、怀驩、九真、日南、真定、桂林、象郡。 (zh)
  • Ванланг (вьетн. Văn Lang, тьы-ном 文郎) — первое государство вьетов на территории современного Вьетнама, легендарная дата основания которого относится к 2524 году до н. э. (по другим источникам, это было в VII в. до н. э.) и просуществовавшее до 258 года до н. э. Правила страной династия Хонг-банг. Жителей Ванланга называли лаквьетами. (ru)
  • Văn Lang (Chinese: 文郎) was the first semi-legendary nation of the ancient Vietnamese people. It was ruled by the Hùng Kings of the Hồng Bàng dynasty. Hùng Vương as the title of a line of kings and the Văn Lang kingdom's existence are attested in Qin and Tang-era sources. The people of Văn Lang were referred to as the Lạc Việt or sometimes simply as the Lạc. Văn Lang ended c. 258 BC when the Âu invaded under their Shu prince Thục Phán. Thục defeated the last Hùng Vương, united the kingdoms as Âu Lạc, and proclaimed himself An Dương Vương. (en)
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