The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao examines the rebellion of the eleventh-century Tai chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca. 1025-1055), whose struggle for independence along Vietnam's mountainous northern frontier was a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations. Tri Cao's revolt occurred during Vietnam's earliest years of independence from China and would prove to be a vital test of the Vietnamese court's ability to confront local political challenges and maintain harmony with its powerful northern neighbor.... the Influence of Our Dynasty Commemorative stele to Nung Tri Cao at Xia Lei, Guangxi, China, 1997 Ky SAm Temple, Cao ... 1997 Site of Nung TAan PhAoca#39;s citadel with more recent Mac garrison and NA Lu Temple structures, 1997 Suburbananbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao|
|Author||:||James A. Anderson|
|Publisher||:||University of Washington Press - 2012-12-20|