Jiuzhen

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Jiuzhen (Chinese: 九真) was a Chinese commandery within Jiaozhou.wikipedia
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Jiaozhou (region)

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Jiuzhen (Chinese: 九真) was a Chinese commandery within Jiaozhou.
In addition to six original commanderies (Nanhai, Hepu, Cangwu, Yulin, Jiaozhi and Jiuzhen), the Han Empire conquered new territories on Hainan as well as in the area south of the Ngang Pass and established them as the commanderies of Zhuya, Dan'er, and Rinan.

Chinese language

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Jiuzhen (Chinese: 九真) was a Chinese commandery within Jiaozhou.

Commandery (China)

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Jiuzhen (Chinese: 九真) was a Chinese commandery within Jiaozhou.

Thanh Hóa Province

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It is located in present-day Thanh Hóa province.

Lü Jia (Nanyue)

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According to Vietnamese legend, he was a Lạc Việt chief born in Lôi Dương, Cửu Chân (mordern Thọ Xuân District, Thanh Hóa Province, Vietnam).

Jiaozhi

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Zhao Tuo declared his independent kingdom of Nanyue in 204 and organized his Vietnamese territory as the two commanderies of Jiaozhi and Jiuzhen (present-day Thanh Hóa, Nghệ An, and Hà Tĩnh).

Long Biên

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Jiao Province also held the commanderies of Nanhai, Cangwu, Yulin, Hepu, Jiuzhen, and Rinan.

Military history of the Three Kingdoms

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His son Shi Hui was given the post of prefect in Jiuzhen Commandery while Chen Shi became prefect of Jiaozhi Commandery.

Military of the Han dynasty

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In 40 AD, Jiuzhen, Jiaozhi, and Rinan commanderies rebelled under the Trung sisters.

First Chinese domination of Vietnam

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Shi Hui (Three Kingdoms)

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In the same time, Shi Hui was appointed as Administrator of Jiuzhen ordered to leave Jiaozhi, while Chen Shi, a close aide of Sun Quan, was to replace him as the Administrator of Jiaozhi.

Eastern Wu

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In 248, the people of Jiaozhi and Jiuzhen commanderies rebelled.

Three Kingdoms

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In 248, the people of Jiaozhi and Jiuzhen commanderies rebelled.

Lady Triệu

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However, the Sanguozhi (Records of the Three Kingdoms), a classical Chinese historical account, does mention a rebellion at this time in the commanderies of Jiaozhi (交趾; Vietnamese: Giao Chỉ) and Jiuzhen (九真, Vietnamese: Cửu Chân):

Qin campaign against the Yue tribes

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Following Zhao's capture of Au Lac, Zhao partitioned it into two prefectures Jiaozhi and Jiuzhen.

Bhadravarman I

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In 399, Bhadravarman went on a military campaign up north and succeeded in capturing the Vietnamese provinces of Rinan and Jiuzhen (Cửu Chân).