Tang dynasty


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Noun1.Tang dynasty - the imperial dynasty of China from 618 to 907Tang dynasty - the imperial dynasty of China from 618 to 907
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
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We invite readers to create their own versions of the images dating back to the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-557) and Tang Dynasty (618-907)," said Yu.
The history of the Yang family governing Bozhou began with their ancestor Yang Rui (Liao ethnic group, predecessor of Gelao ethnic group) who occupied Bozhou in 876, the 3rd year during Qianfu's reign in the Tang dynasty.
Chinese historians generally agree that African people came to China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.
As a glorious period in the history of China's feudal society, the Tang Dynasty had powerful national strength, economic prosperity, open general mood of society and frequent foreign cultural exchanges and trades.
Chinese knowledge about East Africa during the Tang Dynasty (618-907) comes primarily from the Ching-hsing Chi ("Record of Travels") and Yu-yung Tsa -tsu ("Assorted Dishes from Yu-yang").
Similar to the BYD Qin, Tang gets its name from the Tang Dynasty, and is known throughout the world as the most prosperous of all the great Chinese Dynasties.
Thus, cooperation between the Historical Museum of Kyrgyzstan and Xi'an Tang Dynasty West Market of China will assist to exchange cultures thanks to a folk art exhibition of customs of Shnxi province, the Shadow Play.
This history of foreign relations during the Tang Dynasty period of Imperial China (618-907) uses 'multi-polarity' as a lens for understanding China's complex relationships with its neighbors.
Shangguan Wan'er -- who lived from 664 to 710 in the Tang dynasty -- was a trusted aide to China's first empress Wu Zetian and is sometimes described as effectively her prime minister.
Monk fruit, a common fruit in China known as Luo Han Guo, has been consumed for centuries as a popular tea and "cooling" beverage, dating back to the Tang Dynasty during the thirteenth century.
Critique: A deftly crafted romance novel set in the era of the China's Tang Dynasty, author Jeannie Lin has paid close attention to historical details as she weaves an engaging plot populated with memorable characters that engage the reader's total and rapt attention from beginning to end.
Andy Lau stars as a Tang dynasty detective in a beautifully designed adventure.