Southern and Northern Dynasties
The Southern and Northern Dynasties (Chinese: 南北朝; pinyin: Nánběicháo) was a period in the history of China that lasted from 420 to 589. It is sometimes considered as the latter part of a long...
Southern and Northern Dynasties - Wikipedia
Liu Song Dynasty
The Liu Song dynasty (simplified Chinese: 刘宋朝; traditional Chinese: 劉宋朝; pinyin: Liú Sòng Cháo; Wade-Giles: Liu Sung Ch'ao), also known as Former Song (前宋) (420-479 CE), was first of the f...
Liu Song Dynasty - Wikipedia
Southern Qi
The Southern Qi (simplified Chinese: 南齐; traditional Chinese: 南齊; pinyin: Nán Qí) (479-502) was the second of the Southern dynasties in China, followed by the Liang Dynasty. During its 23...
Liang Dynasty
The Liang dynasty (Chinese: 梁朝; pinyin: Liáng cháo) (502-557), also known as the Southern Liang dynasty (南梁), was the third of the Southern Dynasties during China's Southern and Northern Dynas...
Liang Dynasty - Wikipedia
Chen Dynasty
The Chen dynasty (simplified Chinese: 陈朝; traditional Chinese: 陳朝; pinyin: Chén Cháo; 557-589), also known as the Southern Chen dynasty, was the fourth and last of the Southern Dynasties i...
Chen Dynasty - Wikipedia
Northern Wei
The Northern Wei (Chinese: 北魏; pinyin: Běi Wèi), also known as the Tuoba Wei (拓跋魏), Later Wei (後魏), or Yuan Wei (元魏), was a dynasty founded by the Tuoba clan of the Xianbei, which rul...
Northern Wei - Wikipedia
Eastern Wei
The Eastern Wei (simplified Chinese: 东魏; traditional Chinese: 東魏; pinyin: Dōng Wèi) followed the disintegration of the Northern Wei, and ruled northern China from 534 to 550.In 534 Gao Hua...
Eastern Wei - Wikipedia
Western Wei
The Western Wei (Chinese: 西魏; pinyin: Xī Wèi) followed the disintegration of the Northern Wei, and ruled northern China from 535 to 556.After the Xianbei general Yuwen Tai killed the Northern ...
Northern Qi
The Northern Qi (simplified Chinese: 北齐; traditional Chinese: 北齊; pinyin: Běi Qí) was one of the Northern dynasties of Chinese history and ruled northern China from 550 to 577.
The Chi...
Northern Qi - Wikipedia
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...
Northern Zhou - Wikipedia
Wu Hu
Wu Hu may refer to:
Husi Chun
Husi Chun (斛斯椿) (495–537), courtesy name Fashou (法壽), formally Prince Wenxuan of Changshan (常山文宣王), was a general and official of the Chinese/Xianbei state Northern Wei and Northern Wei's branch succe...
Nine-rank system
The nine rank system, or much less commonly nine grade controller system, was a civil service nomination system during the Three Kingdoms and the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China. Chen Qun, a ...
Xiao Mohe
Xiao Mohe (蕭摩訶) (532–604), courtesy name Yuanyin (元胤), was a general of the Chinese dynasties Chen Dynasty and Sui Dynasty. He initially served in the military in the late Liang Dynasty, and graduall...
List of Emperors of China's Southern Dynasties
The Southern dynasties (南朝 pinyin: náncháo) describe a succession of Chinese empires that coexisted alongside a series of Northern Dynasties. The era is generally described as the Southern and North...
List of Emperors of China's Southern Dynasties - Wikipedia
List of Emperors of China's Northern Dynasties
The Northern Dynasties (北朝 běi cháo) describe a succession of Chinese empires that coexisted alongside a series of Southern Dynasties. The era is generally described as the Southern and Northern Dynas...
List of Emperors of China's Northern Dynasties - Wikipedia
Zhiyi
Zhiyi (Chinese: 智顗; pinyin: zhì yǐ; Wade–Giles: Chih-I; Japanese: Chigi) (538–597 CE) is traditionally listed as the fourth patriarch, but is generally considered the founder of the Ti...
Zhiyi - Wikipedia
Emperor Wu of Liu Song
Emperor Wu of (Liu) Song ((劉)宋武帝; 363–422), personal name Liu Yu (劉裕), courtesy name Dexing (德興), nickname Jinu (寄奴), was the founding emperor of the Chinese dynasty Liu Song. He came from a humble b...
Emperor Wu of Liu Song - Wikipedia