Thân Văn Nhiếp

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Thân Văn Nhiếp

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The portrait painting of official Thân Văn Nhiếp.
BornThân Văn Nhiếp
Nationality Personal Flag of Emperor Minh Mang.svg Annam
Education Han
Alma mater Hương tiến
Occupation Public prosecutor
Children 3 sons
Relatives Thân Văn Quyền (father)

Thân Văn Nhiếp [1] (Chinese :申文㦪, 1804 – 1872), courtesy name Ngưng Chi (凝之), pseudonym Lỗ Đình (魯亭), was the official of the Nguyễn dynasty.

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Thân Văn Nhiếp was born on 28 September 1804 at the capital of Huế. His father was known as an excellent student, by the troubled times of Tayson era so he hasn't take the Civil Service Exams to be the village teacher. When he was 53, or the 4th year of Minh Mệnh era, he was commended to be an official by his acquaintance.

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  1. Thao lược, chăm dân như Thân Văn Nhiếp - Tuấn Trịnh // Kiến Thức, 13.07.2015, 14:30 (GMT+7)