Muné Tsenpo

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Muné Tsenpo (T. mu ne btsan po མུ་ནེ་བཙན་པོ་) was a son of the Tibetan king Trisong Detsen and his immediate successor to the throne of the Tibetan Empire. His reign lasted less than two years (circa 797-799) before he died of suspected poisoning. He was succeeded on the throne by his younger brother Senaleg.

Further reading

  • 32px-Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg.png Muné Tsenpo, Wikipedia
  • Stein, R. A. (1972) Tibetan Civilization, p. 101. Stanford University Press.