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| Khúc Dynasty |
|- 1440-1476||Khúc Thắng Tổ|
|- 1826-1830||Khúc Chiêu Tông|
|Historical era||Second Quenminese Renaissance|
|- Abdication of the Last Vưu Emperor||May 2, 1338|
|- Three Dynasties and the Six Cliques Era||August 15, 1830|
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|History of Quenmin|
The Khúc Dynasty (Quenminese: Khúc triều; Chữ Nôm: 曲朝) was a dynasty that ruled Quenmin from 1338 to 1830; it was founded by Khúc Thắng Tổ at the end of the Spring Uprising and ended with the split of the empire under the rule of Khúc Chiêu Tông.
The Dynasty resided within the epoch that was termed the Second Quenminese Renaissance. Prior to this fact, the rule of the Khúc Imperial Family was considered by many Quenminese historians to be one of the "most politically and economically stable realms" to ever exist within the history of the country. With a set of beneficial and well-reasoned government and economic reforms enacted by Khúc Thắng Tổ, Khúc Hiến Tông, Minh Đức, Cảnh Khánh, and Huống Chiêu Thắng, power within the Imperial Court had been balanced and reasonably distributed, and the welfare and financial state of the country has been almost without any significant turmoil, except for the subsequent Rice Fiasco. Furthermore, the Dynasty gave way to an upsurge of the abundance of scientific and technological progress, and changes in Quenminese culture, particularly literature and gender norms.