Three Kingdoms articles on Wikipedia
Three Kingdoms
the time period in China. For other uses, see Three Kingdoms (disambiguation). The Three Kingdoms (AD 220–280) was the tripartite division of China
Apr 18th 2017



Three Kingdoms of Korea
uses, see Three Kingdoms (disambiguation). The concept of the Three Kingdoms of Korea (Hangul: 삼국시대; Hanja: 三國時代) refers to the three kingdoms of Baekje
Apr 13th 2017



Later Three Kingdoms
For other uses, see Three Kingdoms (disambiguation). The Later Three Kingdoms of Korea (892–936) consisted of Silla, Hubaekje ("Later Baekje") and Hugoguryeo
Apr 16th 2017



Proto–Three Kingdoms of Korea
ProtoThree Kingdoms of Korea (or Samhan) refers to the proto-historical period in the Korean Peninsula, after the fall of Gojoseon and before the maturation
Feb 10th 2017



List of people of the Three Kingdoms
the Three Kingdoms and those found in other cultural references to the Three Kingdoms are listed separately in List of fictional people of the Three Kingdoms
Feb 5th 2017



Records of the Three Kingdoms
see Romance of the Three Kingdoms (video game series). For the manga series, see Sangokushi (manga). The Records of the Three Kingdoms is a Chinese historical
Apr 4th 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms
of the Three Kingdoms (video game series). For other uses, see Romance of the Three Kingdoms (disambiguation). Romance of the Three Kingdoms, attributed
Apr 21st 2017



Three Kingdoms (manhua)
Three Kingdoms (simplified Chinese: 三国志; traditional Chinese: 三國志; pinyin: Sān Guo Zhi), also known as Sangokushi in Japanese, is a Hong Kong manhua based
Apr 21st 2017



Wars of the Three Kingdoms
For other uses, see Three Kingdoms (disambiguation). The Wars of the Three Kingdoms, sometimes known as the British Civil Wars, formed an intertwined
Apr 26th 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms (video game series)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms (三國志, Sangokushi?, lit. "Records of the Three Kingdoms") is a series of turn-based tactical role-playing simulation grand
Apr 21st 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms II
of the II Three Kingdoms II (Japanese: 三國志II, Hepburn: Sangokushi Tsū?, lit. "II Three Kingdoms II") is the second in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series
Dec 29th 2016



Three Kingdoms (TV series)
Three Kingdoms is a Chinese television series based on the events in the late Eastern Han dynasty and the Three Kingdoms period. The plot is adapted from
Apr 24th 2017



Game of the Three Kingdoms
Game of the Three-KingdomsThree Kingdoms (Chinese: 三國棋, p Sān-guo-qi ; also called Sanguo Qi, Three-KingdomsThree Kingdoms Chess, or Three-Handed Xiangqi) is a three-player variant
Feb 5th 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII, also known as Sangokushi-13Sangokushi 13 (三國志13?), is the 13th installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) strategy
Apr 26th 2017



Three Kingdoms RPG
Three Kingdoms RPG is a 2012 Hong Kong television series produced by TVB, with Lau Kar-ho serving as the drama's executive producer. It stars Kenneth Ma
Apr 11th 2017



Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon
Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon is a 2008 Hong Kong action war drama film loosely based on parts of the Chinese classical novel Romance of the
Mar 8th 2017



Legends of the Three Kingdoms
Legend of Three Kingdoms. Legends of the Three Kingdoms (simplified Chinese: 三国杀; traditional Chinese: 三國殺; literally Three Kingdoms Kill), or sometimes
Apr 2nd 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX
Romance of the IX Three Kingdoms IX, also known as Sangokushi-IX Sangokushi IX (三國志IX) in Japan, is the ninth installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi)
Jan 1st 2017



The Legend of Three Kingdoms
Chinese For Chinese card game, see Legends of the Three Kingdoms. The Legend of Three Kingdoms (simplified Chinese: 三国群英传; traditional Chinese: 三國群英傳; pinyin:
Nov 6th 2015



List of media adaptations of Romance of the Three Kingdoms
The following is a list of media adaptations of Romance of the Three Kingdoms, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. The story
Feb 21st 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire
Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire (released as Sangokushi IV in Japan) is the fourth in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series of turn-based
Apr 22nd 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms (2009 animation)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms is a 2009 animated television series joint produced by the Beijing Huihuang Animation Company of China and Future Planet
May 21st 2016



Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms
the Three Kingdoms may refer to: Records of the Three Kingdoms, a history of the Three Kingdoms period of China. Samguk Sagi, a history of the Three Kingdoms
May 10th 2012



Romance of the Three Kingdoms VI: Awakening of the Dragon
Romance of the VI Three Kingdoms VI: Awakening of the Dragon (三國志VI) is the 6th installment in Koei's famous Romance of the Three Kingdoms series. Power
Dec 29th 2016



Legend of the Three Kingdoms
Legend of the Three Kingdoms may refer to: The Legend of Three Kingdoms, Taiwanese video game series Legends of the Three Kingdoms, Chinese card game
Dec 23rd 2015



Heroes of Three Kingdoms
Heroes of Kingdoms Three Kingdoms (simplified Chinese: 赤壁Online; traditional Chinese: 決戰!真三國) (also known as Chi Bi or Red Cliff in China, and Legend of 3 Kingdoms
Feb 5th 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII
Romance of the VIII Three Kingdoms VIII (三國志VIII) is the eighth installment in Koei's Romance of the Three Kingdoms series. Power up kit includes following
Dec 29th 2016



Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII
Romance of the VII Three Kingdoms VII (三國志VII) is the 7th installment in Koei's famous Romance of the Three Kingdoms series. Power up kit includes following
Dec 29th 2016



Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny
Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny is the third in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series of turn-based strategy games produced by
Jan 15th 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms X
Romance of the X Three Kingdoms X, also known as Sangokushi-X Sangokushi X (三國志X) in Japan, is the 10th installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) strategy
Jan 1st 2017



Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI, also known as Sangokushi-11Sangokushi 11 (三國志11), is the 11th installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) grand
Dec 29th 2016



Qian Hong (Three Kingdoms)
Qian Hong (died 271) was a military general of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He served the Jin Dynasty after the end of
Sep 18th 2016



Wang Chen (Three Kingdoms)
Chudao, was an official and historian of the state of Wei Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period. After the Wei regime ended in 265, he continued serving in the
Dec 31st 2016



Romance of the Three Kingdoms 12
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 12, also known as Sangokushi-12Sangokushi 12 (三國志12?), is the 12th installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) strategy
Jan 1st 2017



Portal (Magic: The Gathering)
on June 24, 1998 and Portal Three Kingdoms on July 6, 1999. The Portal set was inspired by Chinese mythology; Three Kingdoms in particular by Chinese historical
Jul 26th 2016



List of fictitious stories in Romance of the Three Kingdoms
chronologically arranged list of fictitious stories in Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sanguo Yanyi), one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature
Feb 1st 2017



Timeline of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
events leading up to, culminating in, and resulting from the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. 1637: Charles I attempts to impose Anglican services on the Presbyterian
Jul 25th 2016



Romance of the Three Kingdoms (TV series)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms is a Chinese television series adapted from the classical novel of the same title by Luo Guanzhong. The series was produced
Apr 19th 2017



List of fictional people of the Three Kingdoms
the Three Kingdoms period (220–280) in Chinese history. The list includes mainly characters in Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Apr 19th 2017



Scotland in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Between 1639 and 1653 Scotland was involved in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, a series of wars starting with the Bishops Wars (between Scotland and England)
Apr 7th 2017



Wang Jun (Three Kingdoms)
courtesy name Shizhi (士治), was a military general who lived in the late Three Kingdoms period and early Western Jin Dynasty. He was appointed Imperial Protector
Mar 11th 2016



Three Kingdoms: Fate of the Dragon
Three Kingdoms: Fate of the Dragon (or simply Fate of the Dragon for short in the U.S. version) is a video game developed by Overmax Studios in 2001 for
Jan 1st 2017



Kingdom (biology)
divided into three large divisions and referred to them as the "three primary kingdom" model or "urkingdom" model. In 1990, the name "domain" was proposed
Apr 29th 2017



Gao Xiang (Three Kingdoms)
This article is about the Shu Han military officer of the Three Kingdoms period. For the Qing dynasty painter, see Gao Xiang. This is a Chinese name; the
Jan 4th 2017



Three Kingdoms (disambiguation)
The Three Kingdoms period (220–280) was a period in Chinese history including three major kingdoms, Wei, Shu, and Wu. Three Kingdoms may also refer to:
Jan 16th 2017



Chen Zhen (Three Kingdoms)
courtesy name Xiaoqi, was a minister of the state of Shu Han in the Three Kingdoms period. Chen Zhen was from Nanyang Commandery. When Liu Bei became
Mar 1st 2017



Xie Jing (Three Kingdoms)
name is Xie. Xie Jing was a military general of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He was a subordinate of Sun Huan during the
Nov 24th 2016



Ding Yi (Three Kingdoms)
Suixi County, Anhui), was a minister of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. Ding was originally engaged to Cao Cao's daughter Princess Qinghe
Mar 10th 2017



Shi Hui (Three Kingdoms)
the son of Shi Xie, the Prefect of Jiaozhi in Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. Following his father's death, he prevented
Jun 3rd 2016



Wu Yi (Three Kingdoms)
is Wu. Wu Yi (died 237) was a general of the state of Shu Han in the Three Kingdoms period. His younger sister, Empress Mu, was the empress consort of Shu's
Mar 20th 2017





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