Europe is the text of the king who was "crowned" by the red lipstick. In the Nguyen dynasty, the administrative documents were formed during the state management of the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945), the last dynasty in the history of Vietnamese feudalism, including the documents of the internal authorities. The central and local government apparatus submitted to the king for approval, the documents of the kings promulgated with some diplomatic documents and the poetry of the regime.
The entire block of the Nguyen dynasty has 773 episodes, equivalent to about 85,000 texts of 11 Nguyen kings (Gia Long, Minh Mang, Thieu Tri, Tu Duc, Kien Phuc, Ham Nghi, Dong Khanh, Thanh Thai and Duy Tan). , Khai Dinh and Bao Dai). The types of documents of the Chau dynasty's Nguyen texts are very rich, including: projection, example, only, sorrow, drama, revelation, blessings, thoughts, etc., which are strictly regulated by function and authority. promulgate. European version of the Nguyen dynasty is mainly handwritten on paper , reflecting the problems of social life, changes in history, domestic and foreign policies of Vietnam in the 19th and first half of the century. 20.
The events recorded in Châu Bản are highly authentic because they are information for social management and received and dealt with by the Nguyen kings themselves. The form of writing was also strictly regulated by the Nguyen Dynasty, the traces left in the text such as the king's writing, the seal . were difficult to create. The village is also an important source of data for compilation of official texts and official books such as Dai Nam and Luc Chinh Bien, Dai Nam Thong Thong, Dai Nam, and Kham Dinh Dai Nam, the canonical class. (main border, customary), the main tide of the border is weak, Tu Duc paraphrases, Ha dau set of writings, Ha decrees to practice .
Chau recorded a direct record of approval by the ink of the Nguyen dynasties and used four types of writing: Chinese, Nom, French and Quoc Ngu (Vietnamese). The village is written and handwritten with quill because the letters have good literary and literary ability. The writing system in Châu Châu reflects the changes in the use of language and script in Vietnam from the early 19th century to the middle of the 20th century, changes in social ideology and the impact of lanes. Cultural waves from countries invaded colonial nations.
In the Nguyen dynasty, it also reflected Vietnam's trading activities with countries in the region and the world such as Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, China, France, England and Spain .
Rare and precious
The Nguyen dynasty is the only document in Vietnam and rare in the world with the king's autographs to approve details of all issues of the country in writing. These are very valuable original documents, helping to research the entire political, economic, cultural, social and human system of a nation in a historical period. Over time, images printed on documents, kings approved by the kings, forms of text, language, writing, paper materials, ink . all become valuable materials, providing information Useful news in areas such as administrative studies, academic texts, genealogies, chapter publications .
With 773 episodes equivalent to about 85,000 documents, the Nguyen dynasty is the complete and complete administrative document of a feudal dynasty in Vietnam.
One of the outstanding values of the Nguyen Dynasty shows that these are particularly important documents contributing to asserting Vietnam's sovereignty over the two archipelagos of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa. Of the 85,000 Chau villages kept, there are about 19 Chau specific records of the annual Nguyen dynasty sending Hoang Sa naval forces to two archipelagos of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa for surveying, measuring waterways, drawing maps, landmarking sovereignty, exploiting products . as well as approving reward / punishment in protecting these two archipelagos. In particular, these villages have shown that Vietnam is a very responsible sea country in the rescue and rescue of raft boats of distressed countries on the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa seas.
With unique and outstanding values, May 14, 2014, at the 2nd meeting of the 6th Plenary Meeting of the Asia-Pacific World Memory Program Committee (MOWCAP) took place. In Guangzhou (China), the Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam was recognized by UNESCO as a Documentary Heritage of the Asia-Pacific World Memory Program. Currently, this huge document store is being preserved at the National Archives Center I (No. 18 Vu Pham Ham, Yen Hoa Ward, Cau Giay District, Hanoi).