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鄭主 (ja); Dynastie Trịnh (fr); Trịnh Chú (nan); Trinh-heren (nl); Князья Чинь (ru); 鄭主 (zh-hant); 郑主 (zh-hans); Chúa Trịnh (vi); Trịnh lords (en); 찐 왕조의 역대 왕 (ko); 鄭主 (zh); 鄭主 (zh-hk) dynastie vietnamienne de maires du palais qui s'imposa aux empereurs de la dynastie Lê de 1539 à 1786 (fr); Vọng tộc cao quý nắm thực quyền Đàng Ngoài, triều đại Lê Trung Hưng (vi) 北河国 (ja); Chúa Trịnh, Dynastie Trinh (fr); Nhà Trịnh (vi); 越南鄭氏, 鄭朝, 河北國, 北河國 (zh); Trinh-heersers, Trinh heersers (nl)

The Trịnh lords (1545 - 1787) were a series of rulers of Vietnam who controlled the powers of government while leaving a figurehead as king. They have been referred to as the Vietnamese shoguns. The Trịnh lords traced their descent from Trịnh Khả, a friend and advisor to the Medieval Vietnamese Emperor Lê Lợi, and, for nearly a decade, the real power behind the throne of the Boy-Emperor Lê Nhân Tông. During the reign of the great Vietnamese Emperor Lê Thánh Tông, one of his top generals was Trịnh Văn Sái.

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