Kingdom of Iberia

of Iberia David II (923–937) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike II (Kvirike II of Kakheti), Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (929–976) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Abas I (Abas I of Armenia) (928–953) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - David II (David II of Iberia) (923–937) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike II (Kvirike II of Kakheti), List of sovereigns

of Kakheti Prince of Kakheti (929–976) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Abas I (Abas I of Armenia) (928–953) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - David II (David II of Iberia) (923–937) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike II (Kvirike II of Kakheti), Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (929–976) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Abas I (Abas I of Armenia) (928&

;ndash;953) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - David II (David II of Iberia) (923–937) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike II (Kvirike II of Kakheti), Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (929–976) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Abas I (Abas I of Armenia) (928–953) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - David II (David II of Iberia) (923–937) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike


Margraviate of Austria

Catholicism Roman Catholic currency leader1 Leopold I (Leopold I, Margrave of Austria) (first Babenberg (House of Babenberg) margrave) leader2 Leopold IV (Leopold IV, Duke of Bavaria)¹ (last margrave) year_leader1 976–994 year_leader2 1136–41 title_leader Margrave of Austria legislature house1 <

;!--- Name of first chamber --- type_house1 house2 type_house2 footnotes 1: Also Dukes of Bavaria (List of rulers of Bavaria) from 1139. The '''Margraviate of Austria''' was a southeastern frontier march (march (territory)) of the Holy Roman Empire created in 976 out


Southern Tang

of the Later Zhou and gave up the emperor status. -- empire Later Zhou government_type Monarchy year_start 937 year_end 976 year_exile_start year_exile_end event_start Coup d'etat date_start 937 event_end Surrendered to Song (Song Dynasty) date_end 976 event1 Renamed from "Qi" to "Tang" date_event1

leader1 Emperor Liezu (Li Bian) leader2 Emperor Yuanzong (Li Jing (Southern Tang)) leader3 King of Jiangnan (Li Yu (Southern Tang)) leader4 year_leader1 937-943 year_leader2 943-961 year_leader3 961-976 year_leader4 title_leader Emperor King (Southern Tang#Rulers) deputy1 deputy2 deputy3 deputy4

stat_area5 stat_pop5 footnotes today ; also referred to as '''Nantang'''), later known as '''Jiangnan''' (江南), was one of the Ten Kingdoms in south-central China created following the Tang Dynasty from 937–976. Southern Tang replaced the Wu (Wu (Ten Kingdoms)) Kingdom when Li Bian (a.k.a. Xu Zhigao) deposed the emperor Yang Pu


Wuyue

;Xiande (顯德):954-960 Jianlong (建隆):960-963 Qiande (乾德):963-968 Kaibao (開寶):968-976 Taiping Xingguo (太平興國):976-978 - Qian Chu submitted to the Song Dynasty in 978 and continued to reign nominally as King of Wuyue until his death in 988. Rulers family tree

-burning gunpowder match to fire a continuous stream of flame (as referred to in the ''Wujing Zongyao'' manuscript of 1044 AD). In the suppression of the Southern Tang state by 976 AD, early Song naval forces confronted them on the Yangtze River in 975 AD. Southern Tang forces attempted to use flamethrowers against the Song navy, but were accidentally consumed by their own fire when violent winds swept in their direction. ref name "


Strumica

first P title Rebellion of Peter and Boyan in 976 and struggle of the Cometopuli with Byzantium (Vosstanie Petra i Boyana v 976 i borba Komitopulov s Vizantiei, Восстание Петра и Бояна в 976 г. и борьба Комитопулов с Византией) journal Byzantinobulgarica issue 1 year 1962 pages 130–132 language Russian Some records suggest that David played a major role in this tumultuous period of Bulgarian history. Zlatarski, p. 615. * Struma (river) Struma


French Southern and Antarctic Lands

JORFTEXT000018048991&fastPos 1&fastReqId 2007253908&categorieLien id&oldAction rechTexte Décret du 31 janvier 2008 relatif à l'administration de l'île de Clipperton . It has overseas countries and territories status within the European Union. Overseas Départements and Territories use 3-digit codes starting with : 971 (Guadeloupe), 972 (Martinique), 973 (French Guiana), 974 (Réunion), 975 (Saint-Pierre and Miquelon), 976 (Mayotte), 984 ( French


Kaliningrad

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Erdenet

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Vidin

in the period from the 10th to the 14th century. In the Middle Ages Vidin used to be an important Bulgarian city, a bishop seat and capital of a large province. Between 971 and 976 the town was the center of Samuil (Samuil of Bulgaria)'s possessions while his brothers ruled to the south. In 1003 Vidin was seized by Basil II after an eight-month siege because of the betrayal of the local bishop. Its importance once again rose during the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185–1422) and its '' Despot

Province merged with the provinces of Vidin and Niš in 1864 and became Danube Province (Danube Province, Ottoman Empire) in 1864. Silistra was downgraded to a ''kaza'' centre in Ruse (Ruse, Bulgaria) district in this province in the same year. When the Byzantine emperor Basil II ascended the throne in 976, he made the destruction of independent Bulgaria his first ambition. Opposing him were the Western Bulgarians, now led by Samuel of Bulgaria. Basil II's first campaign

the Byzantines was headed by the Comitopuli brothers. By 976, the fourth brother, Samuil (Samuil of Bulgaria) concentrated all power in his hands after the deaths of his eldest brother. When the rightful heir to the throne, Roman (Roman of Bulgaria), escaped from captivity in Constantinople, he was recognized as Emperor by Samuil in Vidin Prokić, p. 28 and the later remained the chief commander of the Bulgarian army. A brilliant general and good politician, he managed


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