Western Qin

; image_map2_caption capital Yongshicheng (385-386) Wanchuan (386-388, 400, 410-412) Jincheng (Lanzhou) (388-395) Xicheng (395-400) Dujianshan (409-410) Tanjiao (412), Fuhan (412-429) Dinglian (429-430) Nan'an (430-431) capital_exile latd latm latNS longd longm longEW national_motto national_anthem common_languages

religion currency leader1 Qifu Guoren leader2 Qifu Gangui leader3 Qifu Chipan leader4 Qifu Mumo year_leader1 385-388 year_leader2 388-400, 409-412 year_leader3 412-428 year_leader4 428-431 title_leader Prince representative1


History of the Khitans

2 status status_text empire Liao Dynasty government_type Monarchy event_start split from Kumo Xi year_start 388 event_end final defeat in a coup year_end 1211 year_exile_start 1125 year_exile_end 1211 event1 date_event1 event2 set up the Liao dynasty date_event2

of Mongolia The '''history of the Khitans (Khitan people)''' dates back to the 4th century. The Khitan people dominated much of Mongolia and modern Manchuria (Northeast China) by the 10th century, under the Liao Dynasty, and eventually collapsed by 1125 (or 1211). Originally from Xianbei origins they were part of the Kumo Xi tribe until 388 when the Kumo Xi-Khitan tribal grouping was defeated by the newly

established Northern Wei. This allowed the Khitan to resume their own tribe and entity which led to the beginning of Khitan written history. Xu Elina-Qian, 258 From the 5th to the 8th centuries the Khitan were dominated by the steppe powers to their West the Turks (Turkic peoples) and then the Uyghurs. The Chinese (Chinese people) also came from


Southern Yan

then, after approval from Yao Xing, attacked Jing Province (荊州, modern Hubei and Hunan) with Huan Qian and the Later Qin general Gou Lin (苟林). They were, however, defeated by Liu Yu's brother Liu Daogui (劉道規), and Huan Qian was killed. Qiao Zong withdrew back to his domain, but did manage to, in the process, capture Badong Commandery (巴東, roughly modern Chongqing). ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388-400) ** ''' Southern Yan

''' - Murong De. Prince of Southern Yan (Southern Yan) (398-405) *'''Gupta Empire ''' – Chandragupta II, Gupta Emperor of India (Gupta dynasty) (375-414) ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388-400) ** '''Southern Yan''' - Murong De. Prince of Southern Yan (Southern Yan) (398-405) *'''Gupta Empire ''' – Chandragupta II, Gupta Emperor of India (Gupta dynasty) (375- 414

) ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388-400) ** '''Southern Yan''' - Murong De. Prince of Southern Yan (Southern Yan) (398-405) *'''Gupta Empire ''' – Chandragupta II, Gupta Emperor of India (Gupta dynasty) (375-414) ** '''Western Qin''' - Qifu Gangui, Prince of Western Qin (Western Qin) (388-400) ** '''Southern Yan''' - Murong De. Prince of Southern Yan (Southern Yan) ( 398


Western Yan

Shenyuan, with the temple name Shizu. The Khitan tribe formed part of the Yuwen Xianbei (Yuwen) under Yuwen Mohuai (reigned 260-293). They separated from the Yuwen along with the Kumo Xi in 344 and finally separated from the Kumo Xi in 388 beginning their independent history. The Khitan later established the Dahe Confederation (History of the Khitans) (618-730), the Yaonian Khaganate (List of the Khitan rulers) (730-906), the Liao Dynasty (907-1125) and the Kara-Khitan Khanate

to 400 when Lü Guang died, but that was in fact not likely. '''Wei''' ( ) was a state of Dingling ethnicity that existed during China (History of China)'s Sixteen Kingdoms period—specifically, from 388 to 392. Its founder Zhai Liao had previously been vacillating between being a vassal of Later Yan, Western Yan, or Jin Dynasty (265-420), and in 388, after his last overture to reconcile with Later Yan's emperor Murong Chui was rejected


Asyut

, a type of red and brown pottery which has been painted black on its top and interior. Gardiner (1964), p.388 He was born in Port Sudan in 1937 and lived the first years of his life there, before moving with his family to Wad Madani, to the south east of Khartoum on the Blue Nile. From here he was sent to boarding school in Asyut in Middle Egypt, from where he returned to Wad Madani for the summer holidays before his father’s

The Tasian culture was the next in Upper Egypt. This culture group is named for the burials found at Der Tasa, on the east bank of the Nile between Asyut and Akhmim. The Tasian culture group is notable for producing the earliest blacktop-ware, a type of red and brown pottery that is painted black on the top and interior. This pottery is vital to the dating of predynastic Egypt. Because all dates for the predynastic period are tenuous at best


Later Yan

, with the temple name Shizu. The Khitan tribe formed part of the Yuwen Xianbei (Yuwen) under Yuwen Mohuai (reigned 260-293). They separated from the Yuwen along with the Kumo Xi in 344 and finally separated from the Kumo Xi in 388 beginning their independent history. The Khitan later established the Dahe Confederation (History of the Khitans) (618-730), the Yaonian Khaganate (List of the Khitan rulers) (730-906), the Liao Dynasty (907-1125) and the Kara-Khitan Khanate (1124–1218

Yan , Former Qin, Later Qin, Western Qin, Xia (Xia (Sixteen Kingdoms))) - * 388-?: Later (Later Yan) (383–409) & Northern Yan (409–436) – a result of the 388 AD Kumo Xi defeat facing the Northern Wei * 479-? : Northern Wei – to avoid a Rouran-Goguryean (Goguryeo) invasion Gwanggaetto is said to have conquered 64 walled cities and 1,400 villages from

Tuoba Gui , Later Qin sent a relief force to aid Northern Wei, although Later Qin forces did not actually engage Later Yan. Further, in 397, with Later Yan under heavy attack by Northern Wei after its founding emperor Murong Chui died and was replaced by Murong Bao, Later Qin refused to provide aid to Later Yan. '''Wei''' ( ) was a state of Dingling ethnicity that existed during China (History of China)'s Sixteen Kingdoms period—specifically, from 388


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Alon Shvut

publisher Israel Ministry of Agriculture accessdate 17 November 2011 is sacred to the Arabs with the name ''Ballutet el Yerzeh'' (oak of Yerzeh).


Temagami

with Highway 11 (Ontario Highway 11) in Matheson (Matheson, Ontario) before continuing east to the Ontario–Quebec border where it becomes Route 388 (Quebec Route 388). The highway forms one of the only connections between the two routes of the Trans-Canada Highway between Nipigon (Nipigon, Ontario) and Temagami, and crosses some of the most remote regions of Northern Ontario. File:Nymphalis-antiopa-caterpillar.png A ''Nymphalis antiopa'' larva found


Bovec

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