Mạc Mậu Hợp
|Mạc Mậu Hợp|
|Emperor of Vietnam|
|Predecessor||Mạc Tuyên Tông|
Mạc Mậu Hợp (chữ Hán: 莫茂洽, 1560 – 1592) was the fifth and effectively last reigning emperor of the Mạc Dynasty of Vietnam from 1562–1592. In 1592, the Trịnh Lords under Trịnh Tùng conquered Hanoi along with the rest of the northern provinces. Mạc Mậu Hợp was captured during the retreat and was cut to pieces over three days. Mạc Toàn and other successors continued to hold Cao Bằng.
- Bruce M. Lockhart, William J. Duiker The A to Z of Vietnam 1461731925 2010 Page 437 "Mạc Dynasty: Mạc Thái Tổ (Mạc Đăng Dung) (1527-30), Mạc Thái Tông (Mạc Đăng Doanh) (1530-40), Mạc Hiến Tông (Mạc Phúc Hải) (1540-46), Mạc Tuyên Tông (Mạc Phúc Nguyên) (1546-64), ruler without imperial titles: Mạc Mậu Hợp (1564-92)."
- Keat Gin Ooi Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia Volume 1 - Page 805 2004 "The last emperor of the Mac, Mac Mau Hop (r. 1562-1592), was killed, and the dynasty was overthrown. But some family members, such as Mac Kinh Cung, escaped into the northern mountain area (Cao Bang, Lang Son, etc.) and maintained ..."
- Đại Việt Thông Sử, Lê Quý Đôn (1759)
Mạc Tuyên Tông
|Emperor of Vietnam
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