|Date of birth||9 February 1739|
|Date of death||13 September 1782|
|Country of citizenship|
Trịnh Sâm (鄭森, 1739 – 1782) ruled northern Vietnam from 1767 to 1782. He ruled with the title Tĩnh Đô vương (靖都王), and was one of the last of the powerful Trịnh lords. Trịnh Sâm defeated the ancient enemy of the northern state, the Nguyễn lords in the south. The Trịnh line was separate from the toyal Lê Dynasty, and the officially recognized king was Lê Hiển Tông, who continued to occupy the royal throne in Đông Kinh, but without real power.
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