Ly Cao Tong

Ly Cao Tong

Lý Cao Tông (1176–1210), born Lý Long Trát or Lý Long Cán, was the seventh king of the Lý dynasty, ruling for 35 years. Some consider his reign being the beginning of the falling into decay of the Lý Dynasty because of erroneous determinations made by him. However, many historians agree his important influence in Vietnamese history.

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Ly Cao Tong - The Ending of The Reign and Some Comments
... October 28, 1210, Cao Tông died at the age of 38 at Thánh Thọ palace ... Lý Dynasty was replaced by Trần Dynasty Historians criticise Cao Tông about his incompetence whereby the Lý Dynasty lost and was replaced ... There were some comments was given by Vietnamese ancient historians Cao Tông was an epicurean Emperor, who was lost in lust, hunting, spirits, music ...