• Tang
  • While there is doubt about the level of Songtsän Gampo's interest in Buddhism, it is known that he married a Chinese Tang Dynasty Buddhist princess, Wencheng, who came to Tibet with a statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. (wikipedia.org)
  • After the fall of the Tang dynasty in 907, it was occupied by the Tangut Xi-Xia dynasty, of which it was the capital. (chinafacttours.com)
  • As the short-lived Qin (Chin) dynasty (220-206 b.c.e.) that it has been compared to, the Sui heralded China's second great imperial age under its successor, the Tang (T'ang) dynasty . (blogspot.co.id)
  • Wendi curtailed the power of the great landed families by vesting in the central government the power to appoint all officials throughout the land and laid the foundations for personnel recruitment through a nationwide examination for which the successor Tang (T'ang) dynasty is usually given credit. (blogspot.co.id)
  • Under the Tang dynasty, Beijing as Fanyang, served as a military frontier command center. (polskibreivik.pl)
  • During the An-Shi Rebellion and again amidst the turmoil of the late Tang, local military commanders founded their own short-lived Yan dynasties and called the city Yanjing, or the "Yan Capital. (polskibreivik.pl)
  • In 938, after the fall of the Tang, the Later Jin ceded the entire northern frontier to the Khitan Liao dynasty, which renamed the city Nanjing, or the "Southern Capital", one of four secondary capitals to complement its "Supreme Capital", Shangjing (modern Baarin Left Banner in Inner Mongolia). (polskibreivik.pl)
  • The Sui Dynasty breathed its last in 618 after its 37-year rule, and was finally replaced by the Tang Dynasty (618 ~ 907). (greatwall-of-china.com)
  • The strength of Tang Dynasty reached the peak of all times. (greatwall-of-china.com)
  • So the Tang Dynasty didn't build any wall. (greatwall-of-china.com)
  • Beijing
  • Technically Mongolia had been covered by the diocese of Peking, and it was not until 1840, when a Vicariate Apostolic was divided from Beijing that Mongolia had its own Catholic jurisdiction. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1952, six years after becoming communist, the province was abolished and divided into parts of Inner Mongolia, Beijing Municipality and Hebei. (wikipedia.org)
  • By 1368 Chu had consolidated control of the Yangtze Valley, seized the Yuan capital of Khanbligh (Beijing) and proclaimed himself emperor. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Leading an army of 250,000 men, he drove the Yuan emperor Shun Di along with the Mongol leaders out of Beijing. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Khanbaliq
  • After Kublai's victory over Ariq Böke, Mongolia was put within the Central Region (腹裏) directly governed by the Central Secretariat at the capital Khanbaliq (Dadu). (wikipedia.org)
  • khans
  • Bayan Qulï 1348-1358 Shah Temür 1358 Tughlugh Timur (in Mogulistan 1348-1363) 1358-1363 Ilyas Khodja (in Mogulistan 1363-1368) 1363 d. 1368 Adil-Sultan 1363 Khabul Shah 1364-1370 From 1370 on, the Chagatai Khans were puppets of Timur. (wikipedia.org)
  • Liao
  • Buddhism prevailed among aristocrats and was patronised by the monarchs of the Northern Wei (386 CE - 534 CE) established by the Xianbei and of the Liao dynasty (907 CE - 1125 CE) established by the Khitan people. (wikipedia.org)
  • It resurfaced in the late 11th century during the Khitan-ruled Liao dynasty. (wikipedia.org)
  • When Qadan resumed his revolt and attacked the Goryeo capital of Kaesong, the Yuan Zhongshu Sheng specifically appointed Hong Dagu to pacify the region east of the Liao River and granted him wide latitude to accomplish this task. (wikipedia.org)
  • Borjigin
  • Because Kublai founded the Yuan, the members of the other branches of the Borjigin could take part in the election of a new Khagan as the supporters of one or other of the contestants, but they could not enter the contest as candidates themselves. (wikipedia.org)
  • By 1470 the Borjigin lines were severely weakened, and Mongolia was almost in chaos. (wikipedia.org)
  • Tibetan Buddhism
  • Buddhism in Mongolia derives much of its recent characteristics from Tibetan Buddhism of the Gelug and Kagyu lineages, but is distinct and presents its own unique characteristics. (wikipedia.org)
  • uprisings
  • Due to the years of suffering from economic crises, famines, natural disasters and political problems, the Yuan Dynasty met its plummet when uprisings of the disgruntled populace came up against the government. (totallyhistory.com)
  • Buddhist
  • Buddhist monkhood played significant political roles in Central and Southeast Asia, and the sangha in Mongolia was no exception. (wikipedia.org)
  • short-lived
  • This short-lived dynasty (581-618) is enormously important in Chinese history because it restored unity to a country that had been divided since the fall of the Han dynasty in 220. (blogspot.co.id)
  • Xianbei
  • The Zhukaigou Xianbei (part of the Ordos culture of Inner Mongolia and northern Shaanxi) had trade relations with the Shang. (wikipedia.org)
  • Again in Inner Mongolia another closely connected core Mongolic Xianbei region was the Upper Xiajiadian culture (1000-600 BCE) where the Donghu confederation was centered. (wikipedia.org)
  • Emperor's
  • Dayan Khan (1464-1517/1543) once revived Emperor's authority and recovered its reputation in Mongolia, but with the distribution of his empire among his sons and relatives as fiefs it again caused decentralized rule. (wikipedia.org)
  • grasslands
  • It is bounded on the south by the high and desolate Tibetan plateau and on the north by the grasslands of Mongolia. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the thirteenth century, Genghis Khan unified the northern grasslands of Mongolia and led his troops in six rounds of attacks against the Western Xia over a period of twenty-two years (1205, 1207, 1209-10, 1211-13, 1214-19, 1225-27). (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • After Yongle's death in 1424, the Ming abandoned the last garrison at Kaiping (the former Yuan capital also known as Xanadu) in 1430. (wikipedia.org)
  • period
  • The present-day Hebei, Shandong, Shanxi, the south-eastern portion of present Inner Mongolia and the Henan areas north of the Yellow River was consisted the Central region of the Yuan period. (totallyhistory.com)
  • During the Three Kingdoms period, it was held by Gongsun Zan and Yuan Shao before falling to Cao Cao's Wei Kingdom. (polskibreivik.pl)