Kingdom of Iberia

) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - Adarnase IV (Adarnase IV of Iberia) (888–923) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike I (Kvirike I of Kakheti), Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (893–918) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Smbat I (890–912) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - Adarnase IV (Adarnase IV of Iberia) (888–923) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike I of Kakheti

Kvirike I , Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (893–918) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Smbat I (890–912) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - Adarnase IV (Adarnase IV of Iberia) (888–923) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike I (Kvirike I of Kakheti), Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (893–918) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Smbat I (890

–912) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - Adarnase IV (Adarnase IV of Iberia) (888–923) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike I (Kvirike I of Kakheti), Prince of Kakheti (List of sovereigns of Kakheti) (893–918) **'''Kingdom of Armenia (Bagratuni Kingdom of Armenia)''' - Smbat I (890–912) **'''Kingdom of Iberia''' - Adarnase IV (Adarnase IV of Iberia) (888–923) **'''Principality of Kakheti (Kakheti)''' - Kvirike I


County of Toulouse

William the Pious of Auvergne (''Guillaume le Pieux'') in 918 they came into the possession of Gothia which had been in the family of the counts of Auvergne (Auvergne (province)) for two generations. Thus they more than doubled their territory, once again reuniting Toulouse with the Mediterranean coast from Narbonne to Nîmes. The county of Toulouse took its definite shape, from Toulouse in the west to the Rhone River (Rhône River) in the east, a unity that would survive until

''' - Odo (Odo of Toulouse) (886–918) **'''Tours''' - Odo I (Odo of France), Count of Tours (886–888) **#Robert I (Robert I of France), Count of Paris (888–923) **'''County of Toulouse''' - Odo (Odo of Toulouse) (886–918) **'''Tours''' - **'''County of Paris''' - Robert I (Robert I of France) (888–923) **'''County of Toulouse''' - Odo (Odo of Toulouse) (886–918) **'''Tours''' - Robert I of France

Robert I , Count of Tours (888–922) **'''County of Paris''' - Robert I (Robert I of France) (888–923) **'''County of Toulouse''' - Odo (Odo of Toulouse) (886–918) **'''Tours''' - Robert I (Robert I of France), Count of Tours (888–922) **'''County of Paris''' - Robert I (Robert I of France) (888–923) **'''County of Toulouse''' - Odo (Odo of Toulouse) (886–918) **'''Tours''' - Robert I of France


Goryeo

conventional_long_name Kingdom of Goryeo common_name Goryeo continent Asia region Korean Peninsula country Korea status Member of the Imperial

Chinese tributary system , Vassal state of the Mongol Empire (1259-1271) era government_type Monarchy year_start 918 year_end 1392 event_start Coronation of Taejo (Wang Geon) date_start 15 June, event_end Abdication of Gongyang (Gongyang of Goryeo) date_end 17 July, event1 Unification of the Later Three Kingdoms date_event1 936 event2 Korea-Khitan Wars (Goryeo-Khitan Wars) date_event2 993 - 1019 event3

(1232-1270) Gaegyeong (Kaesong) (1270-1392) latd 37 latm 58 latNS N longd 126 longm 33 longEW E national_motto national_anthem common_languages Middle Korean religion Korean Buddhism, Korean Confucianism, Korean Taoism, Korean shamanism currency title_leader King (Monarch) leader1 Taejo (Wang Geon) (first) year_leader1 918 - 943


Jingnan

, Jingnan Jiedushi (907–924); King of Nanping (Jingnan) (924–928) ** '''Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms))''' – Wang Shenzhi, King of Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms)) (909–925) ** '''Former Shu''' – Wang Yan (Wang Yan (emperor)), Emperor of Former Shu (Former Shu) (918–925) ** ''Jingnan'' – Gao Jixing, Jingnan Jiedushi (907–924); King of Nanping (Jingnan) (924–928) ** '''Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms))''' – Wang Shenzhi, King of Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms)) (909–925

) ** '''Former Shu''' – Wang Yan (Wang Yan (emperor)), Emperor of Former Shu (Former Shu) (918–925) ** ''Jingnan'' – Gao Jixing, Jingnan Jiedushi (907–924); King of Nanping (Jingnan) (924–928) ** '''Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms))''' – Wang Shenzhi, King of Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms)) (909–925) ** '''Former Shu''' – Wang Yan (Wang Yan (emperor)), Emperor of Former Shu (Former Shu) (918–925) ** '''Jingnan''' ('''Nanping''') – Gao Jixing, Jingnan Jiedushi (907

–924); King of Nanping (Jingnan) (924–928) ** '''Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms))''' – Wang Shenzhi, King of Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms)) (909–925) ** '''Former Shu''' – Wang Yan (Wang Yan (emperor)), Emperor of Former Shu (Former Shu) (918–925) ** '''Jingnan''' ('''Nanping''') – Gao Jixing, Jingnan Jiedushi (907–924); King of Nanping (Jingnan) (924–928) ** '''Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms))''' – Wang Shenzhi, King of Min (Min (Ten Kingdoms)) (909–925) ***''conquered


Ganzhou

a title traditionally held by Wuyue kings. ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 270 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷270). Also in 916, Qian Liu's son Qian Chuanxiang (錢傳珦) entered into a marriage with a daughter of Wang Shenzhi, and thereafter Wuyue and Min had friendly relations. **Jiangxi ***Ganzhou (Ganzhou Airport) **Shaanxi In 918, Wu, which was then ruled by Yang Wo's brother and successor Yan Longyan, launched a major attack

forces also withdrew. Subsequently, Liu captured Tan's capital Qian Prefecture (虔州), allowing Wu to directly take over Baisheng Circuit. In 918, Liu Xin put Qian Prefecture (虔州, in modern Ganzhou, Jiangxi), which was then ruled by the warlord Tan Quanbo, whose territory was wedged between Wu, Chu, and the territories of the Later Liang vassals Liu Yan and Wang Shenzhi the Prince of Min, under siege. Tan sought aid from three states which were Later


Shaki, Azerbaijan

-750s. After the death of the last Kartlian erismtavaris John and Juansher, the Heretian lords extended their fiefdoms and, in 787, established an independent principality (''samtavro'') with the capital in Shaki (Shaki, Azerbaijan) . The principality gained significant strength and prestige by 893 allowing Prince Hamam to be crowned the king. Alarmed by the increasing power of the Heretian kingdom, Kvirike I (892-918), the ruler of the neighbouring

Kakhetian principality, allied himself with King Constantine III of Abkhazia and, in 915, campaigned against King Adarnase II Patrikios of Hereti (897-943). The allies occupied and divided the country but for a short time as Adarnase Patrikios soon reconquered what had been lost. A son and successor, Ishkhanik (943-951) ruled together with his mother Dinar, sister of Grand Magister Gurgen IV, Prince of Klarjeti (918-941). Under them, Hereti was forced to recognize the supremacy


County of Boulogne

bought back Boulogne for 400,000 crowns. (see also the Siege of Boulogne). List of counts ;House of Flanders thumb 50px Arms post c.1200 at start of Age of Heraldry (Image:Blason Nord-Pas-De-Calais.svg) * 896–918 : Baldwin I (Baldwin II of Flanders) (also count of Flanders) * 918–933 : Adelolf (Adelolf, Count of Boulogne) (son of Baldwin I) * 933–964 : Arnulf I (Arnulf I, Count of Flanders) (son of Baldwin I, also count of Flanders) * 964–971 : Arnulf II, Count of Boulogne


Pacific Grove, California

of Massachusetts Press year 2006 isbn 9781558495272 (removed

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Dushanbe

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