Hồ Hán Thương

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Hồ Hán Thương
Emperor of Đại Ngu
Emperor of Hồ dynasty
Reign1401 – 1407
PredecessorHồ Quý Ly
SuccessorDynasty collapsed
IssueHồ Nhuế
Full name
Lê Hán Thương (黎漢蒼)
Hồ Đăng (胡𡗨)
Era dates
Thiệu Thành (紹成, 1401 - 1402)
Khai Đại (開大, 1403 - 1407)
DynastyHồ dynasty
FatherHồ Quý Ly
MotherHuy Ninh

Hồ Hán Thương (Hán tự: 胡漢蒼, ? - 1407?) was the second and final emperor of the short-lived Hồ dynasty of Đại Ngu (now Viet Nam).α

Hán Thương, his father Hồ Quý Ly, and his son Nhe, were captured by the Ming forces during the Ming–Hồ War in June 1407 and died in exile in China.[1]


The Hồ Dynasty (1400-1407) renamed the country Đại Ngu, with Tây Đô as the capital.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Maspero, Georges (2002). The Champa Kingdom: The History Fo an Extinct Vietnamese Culture. Bangkok: White Lotus Press. pp. 112–113. ISBN 9747534991.
Hồ Hán Thương
Hồ Dynasty
Preceded by
Hồ Quý Ly
Emperor of Đại Ngu
Succeeded by
Giản Định Đế