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King Taejong of Joseon (r. 1400-1418) was the third ruler of the Joseon Dynasty in Korea. Taejong was a driving force behind consolidating and strengthening the king’s power, và while he was an effective ruler, his violent means of winning...
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The song (aka Sung) dynasty ruled china from 960 to 1279 CE with the reign split into two periods: the Northern tuy nhiên (960-1125 CE) and Southern song (1125-1279 CE). The Northern tuy vậy ruled a largely united đài loan trung quốc from their capital at Kaifeng...
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The Battle of Gaixia (202 BCE, also known as Kai-Hsia) was the decisive engagement of the Chu-Han Contention (206-202 BCE) at which Liu Bang (l. C. 256-195 BCE), from the State of Han, defeated Xiang Yu (l. 232-202 BCE) of the State of Chu...
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Emperor Taizu (960-976 CE), formerly known as Zhao Kuangyin, was the founder of the song (aka Sung) dynasty which ruled trung quốc from 960 khổng lồ 1279 CE. Taizu settled for a territorially smaller but more unified và prosperous trung quốc than was seen...
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Ancient trung quốc produced what has become the oldest extant culture in the world. The name "China" comes from the Sanskrit Cina (derived from the name of the Chinese Qin Dynasty, pronounced "Chin") which was translated as "Cin" by the Persians...
The Book of the Duchess is the first major work of the English poet Geoffrey Chaucer (l. C. 1343-1400 CE), best known for his masterpiece The Canterbury Tales, composed in the last twelve years of his life và left unfinished at his death...
The Khitan people formed the Liao dynasty and ruled parts of Mongolia, Manchuria, & northern china from 907 to 1125 CE. Adopting elements of Chinese government & culture, the Khitan were more than a match for their rivals the tuy nhiên dynasty...
In this interview, Ancient History Encyclopedia is talking khổng lồ Wendy Orr about her first historical fiction novel set in the Aegean Bronze Age, Dragonfly Song. Kelly Macquire (AHE): Wendy, thank you for joining me! vị you want lớn start...
The tuy nhiên of Everlasting Sorrow is a narrative poem of the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE) inspired by the love affair between Xuanzong (r. 712-756 CE), the seventh emperor of the dynasty, and his consort Lady Yang. It was written by the Chinese...
The Jurchen Jin dynasty (meaning “Golden”) ruled parts of China, Mongolia, & northern Korea from 1115 lớn 1234 CE. The Jurchen originated from Manchuria, but in conquering the neighbouring Liao empire of the Khitan & parts...

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