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Nguyễn Phúc Hồng Y

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Nguyễn Phúc Hồng Y (阮福洪依, 11 September 1833 – 23 February 1877) courtesy name Quân Bác (君博),[1] was a prince of Nguyễn dynasty, Vietnam. He was the father of Emperor Dục Đức.

Hồng Y was the fourth son of Emperor Thiệu Trị, and his mother was Nguyễn Thị Xuyên. He was granted the title Kiến Thụy Công (建瑞公, "Duke of Kiến Thụy") in 1846.[citation needed] He undertook a wide range of learning and had talents in literature. He often exchanged poems with Emperor Tự Đức, Prince Miên Thẩm and Prince Miên Trinh. Tự Đức had no child, and adopted Hồng Y's second son Ưng Ái, whom later became the Emperor Dục Đức.[2][3][4][5]

Hồng Y died in 1877. He was granted the title Kiến Thụy Quận Vương (建瑞郡王, "Provincial Prince Kiến Thụy") and received the posthumous name Tuệ Đạt (慧達).

In 1889, his grandson Thành Thái ascended the throne, and granted him the title Thụy Thái Vương (瑞太王, "King Father Thụy"), and changed his posthumous name to Đôn Chính (敦正).


  1. ^ Tuần Cai Biệt Thự Thi Hợp Tập
  2. ^ Bruce M. Lockhart, William J. Duiker Historical Dictionary of Vietnam 2006 p113 "Dục Đức (1852-1884). Emperor (r. 1883) under the Nguyén dynasty." Page 154 "A younger brother and adopted son of Emperor Tự Đức, [Hiép Hoa] succeeded his nephew Dục Đức after the latter was deposed by court officials in 1883. Hiép Hoa attempted to wrest power back from these officials, but he was not strong enough"
  3. ^ Corfield, Justin J. (2008). The history of Vietnam. Westport, Conn., USA: Greenwood Press. pp. xvii, 21–22. ISBN 978-0-313-34193-9. OCLC 182857138.
  4. ^ Chapuis, Oscar (2000). The last emperors of Vietnam : from Tu Duc to Bao Dai. Westport, Conn., USA: Greenwood Press. pp. 15–16. ISBN 978-0-313-31170-3. OCLC 231866735.
  5. ^ Taylor, K. W. (2013). A History of the Vietnamese. Cambridge University Press. p. 474. ISBN 0521875862. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
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