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Jin
and Korean. It may refer to: Jin (Chinese state) (晉國), Zhou dynasty Jin dynasty (265–420) (晉朝), also known as Liang Jin and Sima Jin Western Jin (西晉;
Jan 29th 2017



Jin dynasty (1115–1234)
Wanyan clan. For the dynasty founded by the Sima clan, see Jin dynasty (265–420). The Jin dynasty, officially known as the Great Jin, lasted from 1115 to
Apr 29th 2017



Jin dynasty (265–420)
clan. For the dynasty founded by the Wanyan clan, see Jin dynasty (1115–1234). The Jin dynasty, distinguished as the Sima Jin and Liang Jin, was a Chinese
Apr 26th 2017



Mongol conquest of the Jin dynasty
conquest of the Jin dynasty, also known as the MongolJin War, was fought between the Mongol Empire and the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty in Manchuria and
Mar 17th 2017



Later Jin (Five Dynasties)
to the Qing dynasty. For other imperial Chinese state formations, see Jin dynasty (disambiguation). The Later Jin (simplified Chinese: 后晋; traditional
Apr 18th 2017



History of the Jin dynasty (265–420)
Jin The Jin dynasty (265–420) was one of China's most crucial dynasties. Following the devastation of the Three Kingdoms period, the Jin unified those territories
Nov 1st 2016



Jin–Song Wars
The JinSong Wars were a series of conflicts between the Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115–1234) and Han Chinese Song dynasty (960–1279). In 1115, the Jurchens
Apr 22nd 2017



Later Jin
Later Jin may refer to two states in imperial China: Later Jin (Five Dynasties) (後晉; 936–947), one of the Five Dynasties Later Jin (1616-1636) (後金; 1616–1636)
Jul 30th 2016



Lists of emperors of the Jin dynasty
The emperors (皇帝) of the Jin Dynasty may refer to: the emperors of the Western and Eastern Jin dynasties (晉朝/晋朝, Jin Chao; 3rd–5th century) the emperors
Jul 7th 2015



Timeline of the Jin–Song Wars
JinSong-WarsSong Wars were a series of armed conflicts conducted by the Jurchen Jin dynasty and the Song dynasty in the 12th and 13th centuries. The Jurchens were
Nov 17th 2016



Wang Rong (Jin dynasty)
courtesy name Junchong (濬沖), was an official-scholar of the Jin Western Jin dynasty in Chinese history. Wang Rong served under Jin as the 3rd East General
Mar 12th 2016



Book of Jin
Jin is an official Chinese historical text covering the history of the Jin dynasty from 265 to 420. It was compiled in 648 by a number of officials commissioned
Apr 28th 2017



Sun Sheng (Jin dynasty)
family name is Sun. Sun Sheng (ca. 302–373), courtesy name Anguo, was a Jin dynasty historian. He was a native of Pingyao County, Jinzhong, Shanxi. He was
May 23rd 2016



Li Jin (Tang dynasty)
Li Jin was an imperial prince and member of the royal family in the Tang Dynasty. He was the eldest son of crown prince Li Chengqi (also known as Li Xian)
Mar 26th 2016



Emperor Wu of Jin
of Sima Yi and son of Sima Zhao. He became the first emperor of the Jin dynasty (265–420) after forcing Cao Huan, last ruler of the state of Cao Wei
Apr 23rd 2017



Prince of Jin
(236–290), first emperor of Jin Western Jin dynasty Emperor Yuan of Jin, (276–323), first emperor of Eastern Jin dynasty Tuoba Fuluo, (died 447), second son
Apr 9th 2016



Six Dynasties
dynasties in China during the periods of the Three Kingdoms (220–280 AD), Jin dynasty (265–420), and Southern and Northern Dynasties (420–589). It also coincides
Jan 19th 2017



Emperor Taizong of Jin
Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries. His regnal name was "Tianhui" (天會). During his reign, the Jin dynasty conquered
Apr 9th 2017



Jin (Later Tang precursor)
Jin (Chinese state). For other imperial Chinese state formations, see Jin dynasty. Jin (晉), also known as Hedong (河東) in historiography, was an early state
Mar 31st 2017



Emperor Mo of Jin
sinicised name Wanyan Chenglin, was the last emperor of the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries. Originally
Apr 20th 2016



Emperor Zhangzong of Jin
sinicised name Jing">Wanyan Jing, was the sixth emperor of the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries. He reigned
Jan 9th 2017



History of Jin
Jin dynasty founded by the Jurchens in northern China. It was compiled by the Yuan dynasty historian and minister Toqto'a. Although the Jin dynasty was
Jan 31st 2017



Emperor Xizong of Jin
sinicised name Wanyan Dan, was the third emperor of the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries. He reigned
Apr 9th 2017



Marquis Li of Jin
Not to be confused with Marquis Xi of Jin (晉釐侯), often mispronounced as Marquis Li. Marquis Li of Jin (simplified Chinese: 晋厉侯; traditional Chinese: 晉厲侯;
Jul 17th 2016



Emperor Xuanzong of Jin
Wanyan Xun and Wanyan Congjia, was the eighth emperor of the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries. He was
May 2nd 2016



Emperor Aizong of Jin
Wanyan Shouxu and Wanyan Shouli, was the ninth emperor of the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled most of northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries
Sep 28th 2016



Marquis Xian of Jin
Marquis Xian of JinJin (simplified Chinese: 晋献侯; traditional Chinese: 晉獻侯; pinyin: JinJin Xian Hou), ancestral name Ji (姬), given name Su (蘇), was the eighth
Jul 17th 2016



Duke Wu of Jin
of the Zhou dynasty, Sui dynasty, and Tang dynasty in the Later Jin (Five Dynasties). 'Book of Sui, vol. 1 New Book of Tang, zh:s:新唐書 Howard L
Jun 19th 2016



Chen Jin (general)
Chen Jin (simplified Chinese: 陈锦; traditional Chinese: 陳錦; d. 1652) was a military commander and official of the late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty
Feb 2nd 2017



Later Han (Five Dynasties)
Later Jin (Five Dynasties)
Jan 3rd 2017



Jin Yi (Han dynasty)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Jin. Jin Yi (died 218), courtesy name Dewei (德偉), was the son of the minor warlord Jin Xuan, who lived in the
Jun 29th 2016



Jin (Chinese state)
(Tang Later Tang precursor). For other imperial Chinese state formations, see Jin dynasty. Jin (Chinese: 晉, Old Chinese: *tsi[n]-s), originally known as Tang (唐)
Apr 26th 2017



Jin (Korean surname)
Jin (진) is the romanization of a number of Korean surnames, written as 陳, 秦, 眞, or 晉 in hanja. Jin (陳), the most common version, derived from the Chinese
Sep 5th 2014



Liao dynasty
remarry. Liao The Liao dynasty was destroyed by the Jurchen people of the Jin dynasty in 1125 with the capture of Emperor Tianzuo of Liao. However, the remnant
Apr 19th 2017



He Jin
For the Olympic water polo player, see He-JinHe Jin (water polo). This is a Chinese name; the family name is He. He-JinHe Jin (died 22 September 189), courtesy name
Mar 7th 2017



Northern and Southern dynasties
Jin-DynastyJin Dynasty as Wu Emperor Wu of Jin and the conquest of Wu by Jin occurred in 280, ending the Three Kingdoms period and reuniting China. The Jin dynasty
Mar 17th 2017



Chinese emperors family tree (early)
The following is a family tree for the Jin Dynasty, which ruled a unified China during the Western Jin Dynasty (265–316 AD). Although greatly weakened
Apr 1st 2017



Xie, Marquis of Jin
Xie was the original Marquis of Jin (Chinese: 晉侯燮; pinyin: Jin Hou Xie), and the second ruler of the State of Jin during the early Zhou Dynasty. His ancestral
Apr 28th 2016



Shang Shu (Jin)
Shang-ShuShang Shu (simplified Chinese: 殇叔; traditional Chinese: 殤叔; pinyin: Shāng Shū), ancestral name Ji (姬), given name unknown, was the tenth ruler of the state
Jan 14th 2017



Jin Chinese
"Jin-yu" redirects here. For the last remaining speaker of the Pazeh language of Taiwan, see Pan Jin-yu. Jin (simplified Chinese: 晋语; traditional Chinese:
Jan 2nd 2017



Duke Jing of Jin (Jiao)
Not to be confused with Jing">Duke Jing of Jin (Ju) (晉景公) or Jing">Duke Jing of Jin (Jujiu) (晉靜公). Jing">Duke Jing of Jin (simplified Chinese: 晋敬公; traditional Chinese:
Dec 2nd 2016



Emperor Taizu of Jin
name Wanyan Min, was the founder and first emperor of the Jurchen-led Jin dynasty, which ruled northern China between the 12th and 13th centuries. He was
Apr 10th 2017



Sui dynasty
Linyi-Champa Campaign (602–605). Hanoi">The Hanoi area formerly held by the Han and Jin dynasties was easily recovered from the local ruler in 602. A few years later
Apr 26th 2017



Liu Song dynasty
rebel Huan Xuan. After Huan Xuan's fall, Liu Yu gained control of the Jin dynasty. The Han dynasty founder Emperor Gaozu of Han's younger brother Liu Jiao
Apr 20th 2017



Consort Jin
Imperial Noble Consort Wenjing (1873–1924), better known as Consort Jin, was a consort of the Guangxu Emperor, the penultimate emperor of the Qing dynasty
Mar 13th 2017



History of the Song dynasty
there that new naval strength was developed to combat the Jurchen's Jin dynasty formed in the north. Although the Song dynasty was able to defeat further
Apr 22nd 2017



Conquest of Wu by Jin
The conquest of Wu by Jin was a military campaign launched by the Jin Dynasty against the state of Eastern Wu in 280 towards the end of the Three Kingdoms
Dec 10th 2016



Marquis Wu of Jin
Marquis Wu of JinJin (simplified Chinese: 晋武侯; traditional Chinese: 晉武侯; pinyin: JinJin Wǔ Hou), Ancestral name is Ji (姬), given name is Ningzu (寧族), was the
Apr 28th 2016



Marquis Cheng of Jin
Marquis Cheng of JinJin (simplified Chinese: 晋成侯; traditional Chinese: 晉成侯; pinyin: JinJin Cheng Hou, Ancestral name is Ji (姬), given name is Furen (服人), was
Apr 28th 2016



Song dynasty
period after the Song lost control of its northern half to the Jin Jurchen Jin dynasty in the JinSong Wars. During this time, the Song court retreated south
Apr 21st 2017





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