Later Yan

year_leader1 384-396 year_leader2 396-398 year_leader3 398 year_leader4 398-401 year_leader5 401-407 year_leader6 407-409 title_leader Emperor representative1 representative2 representative3 representative4 year_representative1 year_representative2

Chuí 384-396 Yanwang (燕王 Yànwáng) 384-386 Jianxing (建興 Jiànxīng) 386-396 - Liezong (烈宗 Lièzōng) Huimin (惠愍 Huìmǐn) 慕容寶 Mùróng Bǎo (Murong Bao) 396-398 Yongkang (永康 Yǒngkāng) 396-398 - Unknown Unknown 蘭汗 兰汗 Lán Hàn (Lan Han) 398 Qinglong (青龍 青龙 Qīnglóng) 398 - Zhongzong (中宗 Zhōngzōng) Zhaowu (昭武 Zhāowǔ) 慕容盛 Mùróng Shèng (Murong Sheng) 398-401 Jianping (建平 Jiànpíng) 398 Changle (長樂 Chánglè) 399-401 br>

of the Visigoths (d. 410) * Murong Hui (Murong Hui (Later Yan)), imperial prince of the Xianbei state Later Yan (d. 397) * Murong Sheng, emperor of the Xianbei state Later Yan (d. 401) * Constantius Gallus, Caesar (Caesar (title)) and son of Julius Constantius (d. 354) * Murong Chui, general and founder of Later Yan (d. 396) thumb left 1500-year-old iron lion in Cangzhou (File:IronLion.jpg) After the invasions of northern nomadic peoples at the end


Jinzhou

. Murong Bao did so in fall 396, and created Murong Hui and Murong Sheng princes. Murong Hui was displeased and secretly considered rebellion. During Murong Chui's reign In spring 384, Murong Chui declared the establishingment of Later Yan, and Murong Nong continued to contribute greatly to the campaigns that he would wage the next year against Former Qin remnants and other generals who had maintained semi-independence in light of Former Qin's collapse. Around the new year 386, Murong Nong

in early 396, however, and died during the campaign and was succeeded by Murong Bao. In spring 398, after a rebellion by the general Duan Sugu (段速骨) had Murong Bao sieged behind the walls of Longcheng (龍城, in modern Jinzhou, Liaoning), Lan Han was described as having the title of Prince of Dunqiu and commanding an army near the city, but secretly aligned with Duan. It was at his instigation that Murong Nong surrendered to Duan, causing the morale of Murong Bao's army to collapse

that he was declaring a new state. In fall 396, Tuoba Gui led his Northern Wei troops and made a surprise attack on Bing Province (并州, modern central and northern Shanxi), defeating Murong Nong and forcing him to flee back to Zhongshan. Tuoba Gui then advanced east, ready to attack Zhongshan. Accepting Murong Lin's suggestion, Murong Bao prepared to defend Zhongshan, leaving the Northern Wei forces free to roam over his territory, believing that Northern Wei would retreat once its forces


Northern Wei

; align "center" ''Convention: Northern Wei + posthumous name'' - colspan "4" ''The imperial Tuoba family changed their family name to 元 (yuán) during the reign of Emperor Xiaowen in 496 so their names in this table will also thus be "Yuan" subsequently.'' - Dao Wu Di (Emperor Daowu of Northern Wei) (道武帝 daò wǔ dì) Tuoba Gui (拓拔珪 tuò bá guī) 386-409 Dengguo (登國 dēng guó) 386-396 Huangshi (皇始 huáng shǐ) 396-398 Tianxing (天興 tiān xīng) 398-404<

Prince of Southern Liang (397-399) ***Murong Bao, Emperor of Later Yan (Later Yan) (396-398) ** '''Northern Wei''' - Emperor Daowu (Emperor Daowu of Northern Wei), Emperor of Northern Wei (Northern Wei) (386-409) ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388-400) ***Murong Bao, Emperor of Later Yan (Later Yan) (396-398) ** '''Northern Wei''' - Emperor Daowu of Northern Wei Emperor Daowu

, Emperor of Northern Wei (Northern Wei) (386-409) ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388-400) ** '''Later Yan''' - Murong Chui, Emperor of Later Yan (Later Yan) (384-396) ** '''Northern Wei''' - Emperor Daowu (Emperor Daowu of Northern Wei), Emperor of Northern Wei (Northern Wei) (386-409) ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388- 400


Western Yan

Guang, who then carried the title Prince of Sanhe, created her his princess and created Lü Shao heir apparent. By the time he claimed the imperial title "Heavenly Prince" (''Tian Wang'') in 396 and created Lü Shao crown prince, she was not mentioned, implying that she might have died by that point, and there was no further reference to her in history. If she had in fact survived to 396, she would have likely been created empress. The table below assumes that she survived

), Lü Shao and Lü Guang's wife Lady Shi were not with him -- they had remained in the Former Qin capital Chang'an during Lü Guang's campaign, and had fled to Chouchi when Chang'an subsequently fell to Western Yan in 385. In 389, they, along with Lü Guang's brother Lü Deshi (呂德世), arrived in Later Liang territory. Lü Guang, then with the title Prince of Sanhe, created Lü Shao his heir apparent. In 396, after Lü Guang claimed the title of "Heavenly Prince" ('' Tian Wang


Santa María Atzompa

05 N 96 45 W display inline,title near the geographic center (Centroid) of the state, and at an altitude of about 1550&nbsp;m (5000&nbsp;ft). The area is known as the three "Valles Centrales" (Central Valleys) region and is surrounded by thick forests of pine and holm oak. - 396 Santa María Atzompa Santa María Atzompa Centro (Centro District, Oaxaca) - - 396 Santa María Atzompa Santa María


Hengshui

expending the money from the commandery storage to retain an assault corps; Helan agreed, and the assault corps thus retained were able to help him to recapture Xindu Commandery (信都, roughly modern Hengshui, Hebei). Murong Bao had more immediate pressing concerns, however. In fall 396 as well, Tuoba Gui led his Northern Wei troops and made a surprise attack on Bing Province (并州, modern central and northern Shanxi), defeating Murong Nong and forcing him to flee back to Zhongshan

, Henan, and Shandong Provinces. In fall 396, Tuoba Gui led his Northern Wei troops and made a surprise attack on Bing Province (并州, modern central and northern Shanxi), defeating Murong Nong and forcing him to flee back to Zhongshan. Tuoba Gui then advanced east, ready to attack Zhongshan. Accepting Murong Lin's suggestion, Murong Bao prepared to defend Zhongshan, leaving the Northern Wei forces free to roam over his territory, believing that Northern Wei would retreat once its forces


Cache Creek, British Columbia

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Hønefoss

Finse url http: www.bt.no kamera article147.ece?lang en publisher Bergens Tidende accessdate 2008-06-03 which is the highest railway in Northern Europe above sea level. File:Bundesarchiv Bild


Xinyang

in Xinyang, Henan.jpg thumb Wuhan Reganmian has since spread to other neighboring areas. Picture showing this dish found in Xinyang, Henan * Zeliezovce (Želiezovce), Slovakia *Zhumadian – 396 *Xinyang (Former Huangchuan special area) – 397 (abolished


Al-Bassa

Blown glass pitchers uncovered in a tomb in al-Bassa were dated to circa 396 AD. Whitehouse and Corning Museum of Glass, 2002, p. 182. ref>


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