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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Tridu Songtsen (Tibetan: ཁྲི་འདུས་སྲོང་བཙན་Wylie: Khri 'dus-srong btsan), Tridu Songtsän or Dusong Mangban, (670–704; r. 676–704 CE) was an emperor of the Tibetan Empire from 676 to 704.


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Intro  Ascent to throne  Political and military activities  Relations with Nepal  His wives and son  His support of Buddhism  'Dus-srong's death and succession  Notes  References  

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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Tridu Songtsen (Tibetan: ཁྲི་འདུས་སྲོང་བཙན་Wylie: Khri 'dus-srong btsan), Tridu Songtsän or Dusong Mangban, (670–704; r. 676–704 CE) was an emperor of the Tibetan Empire from 676 to 704.


Tridu Songtsen sections
Intro  Ascent to throne  Political and military activities  Relations with Nepal  His wives and son  His support of Buddhism  'Dus-srong's death and succession  Notes  References  

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