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Country's official name
 

At the beginning of the Bronze Age, the Viet tribe groups had settled down in the North and in the north of Central Vietnam. There were about 15 groups of Lac Viet tribesmen living mainly in the northern highland and delta and a dozen Au Viet groups of tribesmen living in Viet Bac, the northern region of old Vietnam.

Prehistoric Era
 

 Prehistoric Era of Vietnam include: Pre-Paleolithic Age and Neolithic Age

Foundation of the Nation
  Vietnam existed three major cultural centers: Phung Nguyen - Dong Son (The North), Long Thanh - Sa Huynh (The Centre) and Cau Sat, Doc Chua - Dong Nai (The South) from Bronze Age to Iron Age
Chinese domination period (1st century, BC - 10th century, AD)
 

In the 3rd century BC, the Han people who lived in the Yellow River basin unified China, merging the various ethnic groups who lived in southern China to the south of the Yangtze River into a centralized empire. This feudal empire soon spread southwards.

Insurrections and the struggle for independence
 

The grim resistance by the population against Chinese imperialist domination, which persisted century after century, time and again, broke out in the form of armed insurrection.

Ngo Dynasty (939 - 965)
 

Ngo King (939-944)
Later Ngo King (950-965)

Dinh Dynasty (968-980)
 

Dinh Tien Hoang (968-979)

Dynastic title: Thai Binh (970-979)

Pre-Le Dynasty (980-1009)
 

Le Dai Hanh (980-1005)

Dynastic title: Thien Phuc (980-988); Hung Thong (989-993); Ung Thien (994-1005)

Le Trung Tong (1005)

Le Long Dinh (1005-1009)

Ly Dynasty (1010-1225)
  After a long period of subjugation by the Chinese feudal empire, a period marked by numerous insurrections, the Vietnamese people finally won back their independence in the 10th century
Tran Dynasty (1225-1400)
  The Tran, who succeeded the Ly in 1225, continued this work of unification and nation-building until the end of the 14th century. During this 400-year period the country experienced vigorous development in many fields
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