Northern Zhou
The Northern Zhou (Chinese: 北周; pinyin: Bĕi Zhōu) followed the Western Wei, and ruled northern China from 557 to 581. It was overthrown by the Sui Dynasty.Northern Zhou's basis of power was e...
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Chen Chang
Chen Chang (陳昌) (537–560), courtesy name Jingye (敬業), formally Prince Xian of Hengyang (衡陽獻王), was an imperial prince of the Chinese dynasty Chen Dynasty. He was the sixth and only surviving son of t...
Gao Yanzong
Gao Yanzong (高延宗) (died 577), often known by his princely title of Prince of Ande (安德王), was an imperial prince of the Chinese dynasty Northern Qi who briefly claimed imperial title in 577 for three d...
Yuwen Tai
Yuwen Tai (Chinese: 宇文泰; pinyin: Yǔwén Tài) (507–556), nickname Heita (黑獺), formally Duke Wen of Anding (安定文公), later further posthumously honored by Northern Zhou initially as Prince Wen (文王)...
Empress Hu (Gao Wei)
Empress Hu (胡皇后, personal name unknown) was an empress of the Chinese dynasty Northern Qi. She was Gao Wei's second empress.She was the daughter of Hu Changren (胡長仁) the Prince of Longdong, who was t...
Emperor Gong of Western Wei
Emperor Gong of Western Wei ((西)魏恭帝) (537–557), personal name né Yuan Kuo (元廓), later changed to Tuoba Kuo (拓拔廓), was the last emperor of the Western Wei -- a branch successor state to Northern Wei. ...
Emperor Xuan of Chen
Emperor Xuan of Chen (陳宣帝) (530–582), personal name Chen Xu (陳頊), courtesy name Shaoshi (紹世), nickname Shili (師利), was an emperor of the Chinese Chen Dynasty. He seized the throne from his nephew Emp...
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Book of Zhou
The Book of Zhou (周書/周书; pinyin Zhōu Shū) records the official history of the Chinese/Xianbei dynasty Northern Zhou, and ranks among the official Twenty-Four Histories of imperial China. Compiled by ...
Li Baiyao
Li Baiyao (simplified Chinese: 李百药; traditional Chinese: 李百藥) (564–647), courtesy name Zhonggui (重規), formally Viscount Kang of Anping (安平康子), was a Chinese historian and an official during th...
History of Northern Dynasties
The History of the Northern Dynasties (Chinese: 北史; pinyin: Běishǐ) is one of the official Chinese historical works in the Twenty-Four Histories canon. It contain 100 volumes and covers the pe...
Emperor Ming of Western Liang
Emperor Ming of Western Liang ((西)梁明帝) (542–585), personal name Xiao Kui (蕭巋), courtesy name Renyuan (仁遠), was a (disputed) emperor of the Chinese Liang Dynasty. As he, his father Emperor Xuan, and h...
Feng Xiaolian
Consort Feng Xiaolian (馮小憐) (died 581?) was an imperial consort of the Chinese dynasty Northern Qi. She was a concubine of the penultimate Gao Wei, and his infatuation with her caused her to be, fair...
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Gao Shaoyi
Gao Shaoyi (高紹義), often known by his princely title of Prince of Fanyang (范陽王), was an imperial prince of the Chinese dynasty Northern Qi, who claimed the Northern Qi throne in exile under the protect...
Li Jing
Li Jing or Jing Li may refer to:Li Jing may also refer to:
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Yu Xin (poet)
Yu Xin (Chinese: 庾信; pinyin: Yŭ Xìn; Wade–Giles: Yü Hsin) (513-581) was a poet of the Liang and Northern Zhou dynasties. He was born and raised in Jiangling, which was once the capital of ...
Gao Wei
Gao Wei (高緯) (557–577), often known in history as Houzhu of Northern Qi ((北)齊後主), courtesy name Rengang (仁綱), sometimes referred to by his later Northern Zhou-created title of Duke of Wen (溫公), was an...
Three Disasters of Wu
The Three Disasters of Wu (Chinese language: 三武之禍; pinyin sān wǔ zhī huò) were three major persecutions against Buddhism in Chinese history. They were named as such because the posthumous names or te...
Yang Yong
Yang Yong may refer to: