Hexi Corridor
Hexi Corridor (Chinese: 河西走廊; pinyin: Hexi Zoulang; Wade–Giles: Ho-hsi Tsou-lang) or Gansu Corridor refers to the historical route in Gansu province of China. As part of the Northern Silk...
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2000 Year Old Ancient Tombs Discovered In Eastern China
Chinese archaeologists announced Wednesday the discovery of the most complete Western Han Dynasty (206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery. The Haihunhou cemetery is located a kilometer from the nearest village i...
Tang Dynasty
A Fascinating Photo Documentary about the Tang Dynasty (18 June 618--4 June 907)
Tang Dynasty - Video
From Wikipedia, The Tang Dynasty (Chinese: 唐朝; pinyin: Táng Cháo; Middle Chinese: dhɑng[1]) (18 June 618--4 June 907) was an imperial dynasty of China preced...
Han Dynasty
The Han dynasty (simplified Chinese: 汉朝; traditional Chinese: 漢朝; pinyin: Hàn Cháo; Wade–Giles: Han Ch'ao; [xân tʂʰɑ̌ʊ̯], 206 BC – 220 AD) was the second imperial dynasty of C...
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Tang Dynasty
The Tang dynasty (T'ang Dynasty) (Chinese: 唐朝; pinyin: Táng cháo; [tʰɑ̌ŋ tʂʰɑ̌ʊ]; Middle Chinese: Dâng) (618–907 AD) was an imperial dynasty of China preceded by the Sui dynasty and foll...
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Western Xia
The Western Xia (traditional Chinese: 西夏; pinyin: Xī Xià; Wade–Giles : Hsi Hsia), also known as the Tangut Empire and to the Tangut people and the Tibetans as Minyak, was ...
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Yuan Dynasty
The Yuan (/juːˈɑːn/) dynasty (Mongolian script: ᠶᠡᠬᠡ ᠦᠨ ᠤᠯᠤᠰ, Mongolian Cyrillic: Их Юань Улс; Chinese: 元朝; pinyin: Yuán Cháo), officially the Great Yuan (Chinese: 大元; pinyin:...
Mongol-Jin Dynasty War
The Mongol conquest of the Jin dynasty (Chinese: 蒙金戰爭), also known as the Mongol-Jin War, lasted over 23 years and the Jin dynasty finally fell in 1234, the year that the Mongol Empire had claimed...
Science and technology of the Han Dynasty
The Han dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE) of ancient China, divided between the eras of Western Han (206 BCE – 9 CE, when the capital was at Chang'an), Xin dynasty of Wang Mang (r. 9–23 CE), and Ea...
Science and technology of the Han Dynasty - Wikipedia
Society and culture of the Han Dynasty
The Han dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE) was a period of ancient China divided by the Western Han (206 BCE – 9 CE) and Eastern Han (25–220 CE) periods, when the capital cities were located...
Society and culture of the Han Dynasty - Wikipedia
2000 Year Old Ancient Tombs Discovered In Eastern China
Chinese archaeologists announced Wednesday the discovery of the most complete Western Han Dynasty (206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery. The Haihunhou cemetery is located a kilometer from the nearest village i...
Wang Wujun
Wang Wujun (王武俊) (735 – August 9, 801), courtesy name Yuanying (元英), né Monuogan (沒諾干), formally Prince Zhonglie of Langye (琅邪忠烈王), was a general of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, serving as a long...
Imperial consorts of Tang China
Imperial consorts of Tang China are organized in eight or nine ranks, in addition to the empress. They are also called the "inner officials" (內官), as opposed to "palace officials" (宮官), the bureaucrac...
Temür Khan, Emperor Chengzong of Yuan
Temür Öljeytü Khan (Mongolian: Öljiyt Tömör, Өлзийт Төмөр, Öljeytü Temür), born Temür (simplified Chinese: 铁穆耳; traditional Chinese: 鐵穆耳; pinyin: Tiěmùěr; Wade–Giles: T'ieh-mu-erh)...
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Li Yuanji
Li Yuanji (李元吉) (603 – July 2, 626), formally Prince La of Chao (巢剌王), more commonly known by the title of Prince of Qi (齊王), nickname Sanhu (三胡), was an imperial prince of the Chinese Tang Dynasty. ...
Wang Jingwu
Wang Jingwu (王敬武) (d. 889) was a warlord late in the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, who ruled Pinglu Circuit (平盧, headquartered in modern Weifang, Shandong) as its military governor (Jiedushi) from 882...
Ganlu Incident
The Sweet Dew Incident (Ganlu incident, 甘露事變 or 甘露之變) referred to an incident on December 14, 835, where then-reigning Emperor Wenzong of the Chinese Tang Dynasty, angry about the power that the power...
Li Jiao
Li Jiao may refer to:
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Lin Shihong
Lin Shihong (林士弘) (died 622) was an agrarian leader who rose against the rule of the Chinese Sui Dynasty near the end of Emperor Yang's reign. For several years, he controlled most of modern Jiangxi ...
Shide (monk)
Shide (Chinese: 拾得; pinyin: Shídé; Wade–Giles: Shih-Te; literally: "Pick-up or Foundling", fl. 9th century) was a Tang Dynasty Chinese Buddhist poet at the Guoqing Temple on Mount Tian...
Shide (monk) - Wikipedia
Hsiang-yen Chih-hsien
Hsiang-yen Chih-hsien (Japanese: Kyôgen Chikan) (died 898) was a T'ang dynasty Ch'an master of the House of Kuei-yang. A Dharma heir of Kueishan Ling-yu, the story of Hsiang-yen's enlightenment is rat...
Cui Hang
Cui Hang (崔沆) (died January 24, 881), courtesy name Neirong (內融), was an official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, serving as a chancellor during the reign of Emperor Xizong. When the agrarian re...
Yiwen Leiju
The Yiwen Leiju (Chinese: 藝文類聚; pinyin: Yìwén Lèijù; literally: "Collection of Literature Arranged by Categories") is a Chinese leishu encyclopedia completed during the Tang Dynasty by the...
Guan Daosheng
Guan Daosheng (Chinese: 管道昇; 1262–1319) was a Chinese poet and painter who was active during the Yuan Dynasty. She is credited with being "the most famous female painter in Chinese history...remembere...
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Empress Zhou (Wang Jian)
Empress Zhou (周皇后, personal name unknown) (died October 1, 918), formally (as her posthumous name) Empress Shunde (順德皇后), known as Empress Zhaosheng (昭聖皇后) in her lifetime, was an empress of the Chine...
Zhang Changzong
Zhang Changzong (張昌宗) (died February 20, 705), formally the Duke of Ye (鄴公), nickname Liulang (六郎), was an official of Wu Zetian's Zhou Dynasty who, along with his brother Zhang Yizhi, became a lover ...
Wu Zhen
Wu Zhen (simplified Chinese: 吴镇; traditional Chinese: 吳鎮; pinyin: Wú Zhèn) (1280-1354 C.E.) was a painter born in Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, during the Yuan dynasty of China, one of the s...
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Wu Shihuo
Wǔ Shìhuò (simplified Chinese: 武士彟; traditional Chinese: 武士彠; 559-635 CE) was the father of Wu Zetian, the only woman in the history of China to assume the title of Empress Regnant. Posthumous...
Tan Quanbo
Tan Quanbo (譚全播) (834?-918?) was a ruler of Qian Prefecture (虔州, in modern Ganzhou, Jiangxi) from 913 to 918, early in the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He was a long-time strategis...