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Zhao Mo was the grandson of Zhao Tuo, his successor, and the second ruler of Nanyue, a kingdom encompassing parts of southern China and northern Vietnam. His rule began in 137 BC and ended with his death in 122 BC. In Chinese history, Nanyue is considered to be a Chinese kingdom. But in Vietnam, he is considered to be a ruler of the Triệu Dynasty and a king of Vietnam.
Zhao Mo
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Zhao Mo was the grandson of Zhao Tuo, his successor, and the second ruler of Nanyue, a kingdom encompassing parts of southern China and northern Vietnam. His rule began in 137 BC and ended with his death in 122 BC. In Chinese history, Nanyue is considered to be a Chinese kingdom. But in Vietnam, he is considered to be a ruler of the Triệu Dynasty and a king of Vietnam.
Zhao Mo
Zhao Mo
Zhao Mo was the grandson of Zhao Tuo, his successor, and the second ruler of Nanyue, a kingdom encompassing parts of southern China and northern Vietnam. His rule began in 137 BC and ended with his death in 122 BC. In Chinese history, Nanyue is considered to be a Chinese kingdom. But in Vietnam, he is considered to be a ruler of the Triệu Dynasty and a king of Vietnam.
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