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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Emperor Yuan of Jin China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Emperor Yuan of Jin China, (276 or 277-January 3, 323) was an emperor of the Jin Dynasty (265-420) and the first of the Eastern Jin Dynasty.
Jin Dynasty emperors A Chinese surname, also called a clan name or family name (姓;, pinyin: x ng; or 氏, shi), is one of the over seven hundred family names used by Han Chinese and Sinicized Chinese ethnic groups.
Events Jin Yuan Di succeeds Jin Min Di; end of the western and beginning of the eastern Jin Dynasty King Marian II of Iberia declares Christianity the official state religion Births February _ Constantine II, Roman Emperor Deaths Categories: 317...
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 Jìn Dynasty (265-420) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meanwhile remnants of the Jìn court fled from the north to the south and reestablished the Jìn court at Jiankang, south-east of Luoyang and Chang'an and near modern-day Nanjing, under Prince of Longya.
It survived the rebellions of Wang Dun and Su Jun.
The conquest of the Northern Liang by the Northern Wei Dynasty in 439 ushered in the Northern Dynasties.
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 Jìn Dynasty (265-420) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Jìn Dynasty (Simplified Chinese: 晋朝; pinyin: jìn cháo; 265-420), one of the Six Dynasties, followed the Three Kingdoms period and preceded the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China.
The dynasty was founded by the Sima family (司馬 pinyin: Sīmǎ).
Although providing a brief period of unity after conquering the Kingdom of Wu in AD 280, the Jìn could not contain the invasion and uprising of nomadic peoples after the devastating War of the Eight Princes.
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 Jin Dynasty (265-420)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The '''Jin Dynasty''' (晉 pinyin: jìn, 265-420) followed the Three Kingdoms and preceded the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China.
The dynasty was founded by the Sima family (司馬 pinyin: Sīmǎ), the descendants of the great historian Sima Qian.
Meanwhile remnants of the Jin court fled from the north to the south and reestablished the Jin court at Jiankang, which was located south-eastward of Luoyang and Chang'an and near modern-day Nanjing, under Prince of Longya.
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 History of Ancient China: Eastern Jin Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Jin was historically divided into two periods: the Western Jin (265 - 316) with Luoyang as its capital city and Eastern Jin as Jiankang (present Nanjing in Jiangsu Province) became the capital city.
Jin Dynasty was the only period, which unified the country during the period between the Wei, the Jin and the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420 - 589), though this kind of achievement was not lasting.
Although Jin Dynasty was short and full of conflicts, the mix between nationalities was accelerated through the long-term contacts and mutual influences.
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 Three Kingdoms Novel and History - Introduction to the Jin Dynasty
Under Sima Yan’s leadership, Jin conquered the Wu kingdom in 280, and united the land.
In the year 300, the War of the Eight Kings erupted, weakening Jin’s internal strength, and setting the stage for Chang'an to be sacked by Xiongnu invaders in 311.
Several attempts were made to reconquer the north, and one famous attempt was made by the north to conquer Eastern Jin in 383 led by the Qi emperor Fu Jian, which led to utter defeat for Fu and the conquest of all his territories by Eastern Jin.
www.kongming.net /novel/writings/jin   (482 words)

  
 222-280. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The Wu dynasty was founded by Sun Quan (182–252) in the lower Yangzi Valley, with its capital at Nanjing.
Jin, gaining nominal control over a unified realm, divided the country among the imperial relatives, which was followed by numerous usurpations.
The Jin capital at Luoyang was destroyed and the emperor murdered by a Xiongnu chieftain claiming the throne.
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 Splintering of Daoism during the Jin Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
During the Western Jin dynasty, the Five Pecks of Rice Tradition started to spread in the Xu realm, a traditional sphere of influence of the Supreme Peace Tradition.
At the end of the Eastern Jin dynasty, Shun En, a Daoist of the Five Pecks of Rice Tradition, involved Daoism in a revolt, following a conflict between local noblemen and migrant noblemen during the Eastern Jin era.
During the Western and Eastern Jin dynasties, Daoism was progressing upward to the ruling class.
www.eng.taoism.org.hk /general-daoism/development-of-daoism/pg1-2-3-3.asp   (1316 words)

  
 Jin Dynasty (265 420)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Jin Dynasty (晉 pinyin jìn, 265 - 420) followed the ThreeKingdoms and preceded the Southernand Northern Dynasties in China.
Battle of Fei turnedout to be a victory of Jin under a short-lived cooperation of Huan Chong, brother of Huan Wen and the Prime Minister (or Imperial Secretariat) Xie An Huan Xuan, son of Huan Wen, usurped and changed the name of thedynasty to Chu.
The conquest of the NorthernLiang by the Northern Wei Dynasty in 439 ushered in the NorthernDynasties.
www.therfcc.org /jin-dynasty-265-420--40724.html   (483 words)

  
 History of Ancient China: Eastern Jin Dynasty
After the collapse of the Western Jin Dynasty (265 - 316), the Han government retreated to the east of the Yangtze River.
In the Eastern Jin period, the development of powerful family politics reached its peak as royal power was on the decline.
During the over one-hundred-year reign of the Eastern Jin, noble families from the Central Plains were in a dominant situation and Wang, Xie, Yu and Huan families even determined state affairs.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/history/jin/eastern.htm   (855 words)

  
 Battle of Feishui - China History Forum, chinese history forum
This unexpected defeat at the hands of Eastern Jin troops apparently had a big impact on the morale of the Qin army, and even on the confidence of Fu Jian himself.
Fu Rong had reported that the Eastern Jin force was small and the only fear was that they would escape, hence the eagerness to engage them in battle as soon as possible.
The Eastern Jin Army of the Northern Garrison may have been a pretty well-trained and well-motivated force, but they went in without any real plan of attack, much less a cunning plan to defeat the enemy.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=131&st=0   (4198 words)

  
 Emperor yuan of jin china - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
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 Chinese Porcelain History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The collapse of the Han dynasty was followed by nearly four centuries of rule by warlords.
Unity was restored briefly in the early years of the Jin dynasty (A.D. The Jin could not long contain the invasions of the nomadic peoples, though, and was in A.D. 317 forced to flee from Luoyang to the south and reestablished itself at Nanjing.
During this period the process of sinicization accelerated among the non-Chinese arrivals in the north and among the aboriginal tribesmen in the south.
www.gotheborg.com /chronology/sixdynasties.shtml   (250 words)

  
 Emperor Heaven: Western Jin Dynasty
Western Jin Dynasty 265 AD - 316 AD Although short and full of conflict, the Western Jin Dynasty was a period when the country was unified once again.
The Jin was based on the heredity of nobles so the privileged were protected and conflicts between the aristocratic families increased impairing the power of the government.
The Jin survivors fled to Chang-an where they crowned another Emperor but the Xiongnu captured Chang-an too signalling the end of the Western Jin Dynasty and a further 272 years of disunity.
emperor.heavengames.com /history/shorts/earlyimperialchina/wjin   (303 words)

  
 Eminent Philosophers and Accomplished Daoists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Zhang Sanfeng was a Daoist from Yizhou of Laodong (southwest of present-day Zhangwu in Liaoning province) in the Yuan and Ming Dynasties......
Lu Xixing, who lived in the Ming Dynasty, was from Xinghua, in Yangzhou (in today's Jiangsu province), and he was the founder of the Eastern Sect of Inner Alchemy......
Wang Changyue, born in Changzhi County, Shanxi province, was a famous Daoist of the Dragon Gate Sect in the early Qing Dynasty......
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 Six Dynasties Calligraphy
AD) was the foremost among the calligraphers of the Eastern Jin period, and is revered today as the Sage of Calligraphy.
By the end of the Six Dynasties period, however, Wang Xizhi was reinstated as China's foremost calligrapher, displaying what was considered to be the most classical and sophisticated style.
The factors thought to contribute most to the maturation of a good calligrapher were his natural ability, a literary background, family connections, and exposure to a variety of written models, as the only way to master calligraphy was through practicing the major styles, basing innovations firmly on previous examples.
depts.washington.edu /chinaciv/callig/7calsixd.htm   (927 words)

  
 NameTraq | Last Name: Jin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
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 Jin Dynasty (265-420) - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Although providing a brief period of unity after conquering the Kingdom of Wu in AD 280, the Jin could not contain the invasion and uprising of nomadic peoples after the devastating War of the Eight Princes.
The capital was Luoyang until 311 when Emperor Huai was captured by the forces of Han Zhao.
He was toppled by Liu Yu, who proclaimed himself Emperor Wu and forced the abdication of the last emperor, Emperor Gong, in 420.
www.infosearchpoint.com /display/Jin_Dynasty_(265-420)   (387 words)

  
 Pongü's China Travel and Hotel Guide - History
The difference was eastern Zhou moved the capital to an eastern city.
Jin 265 -- 420 *The winner of the fighting was the powerful general of Wei whose son started Jin dynasty.
Southern Dynasties: Song 420 -- 479 Qi 479 -- 502 Liang 502 -- 557 Chen 557 -- 589 Northern Dynasties: Northern Wei 386 -- 534 Eastern Wei 534 -- 550 Northern Qi 550 -- 577 Western Wei 535 -- 556 Northern Zhou 557 -- 581 *Some kings in northern dynasties were not Han.
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 Jin Dynasty (265-420)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Jin Dynasty (晉 pinyin jìn 265 - 420) followed the Three Kingdoms and preceded the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China.
Prominent local of Zhu Gan Lu Gu and Zhou supported the proclamation of Prince of as Emperor Yuan of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (ch.
Porcelain from the Jin to the Tang Dynasties
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 Shouxian County of Anhui Province, Tour and travel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 23), Shouxian became the capital of the state of Huainan.
In the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), a stone barrier was built among the city wall to protect its foundations.
The river is famous for passing through the ancient battlefield of the Feishui combat, a famous battle in Chinese history known for the weak defeating the strong.
www.greatwalltour.com /greatwall_pages/provinces/anhui/shouxian/shouxian.htm   (784 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Emperor Fei of Jin China Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Emperor Fei of Jin China was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty in China.
Emperor Fei of Jin China (341 or 342-November 23, 386) was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420) in China.
August and September, 369: Forces of Jin reached Fangtou (southwest of modern-day Rui County, Henan Province).
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 division
The northern part of China fell under the control of the Xiongnu, as the decedents of the Western Jin royal families fled to the south.
The Eastern Jin never stopped their endeavors to unify China, but they were not successful.
After the reign of the Eastern Jin was over, four other dynasties followed in the south----the Song, Qi, Liang and then Chen.
www.hometownchina.com /division.htm   (597 words)

  
 Emperor Heaven: Eastern Jin Dynasty
Eastern Jin Dynasty 317 AD - 420 AD When the Western Jin Dynasty was overcome, the government retreated east of the Yangze River and the unified country no longer existed.
Sima Rui, a member of the Jin royal family living in Jiankang, took power.
Not learning any lessons from the Western Jin, the noble families who had helped with the restoration lived a luxurious life, and the struggles between them for supremacy continued.
emperor.heavengames.com /history/shorts/earlyimperialchina/ejin   (248 words)

  
 SGZ Intro & Translation Notes
Chen Shou worked under the Jin government and together with the fact that he was formerly an official of Shu-Han, it comes to no surprise that he was very careful in choosing the words he used.
This was a crucial point since the legitimacy of the Jin dynasty depended on the legitimacy of the previous dynasty which the Sima family usurped.
With the Western Jin crumbling to barbarians, there were legitimacy concerns with the new Eastern Jin dynasty, mirroring that of Shu-Han and its claim that it was continuing the lineage of the previous Han dynasty.
www.3kingdoms.net /sgzbios/sgzintro.htm   (1359 words)

  
 South-North Dynasties -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China
The late Jin China period was known as the 'Turmoils of Eight Horses' because the eight Jin princes were named Sima, carrying the last character 'ma' (meaning 'horse').
However, General Liu was eager to return to Nanking to usurp the Jin Dynasty, and his army in Luoyang-Xi'an areas were defeated by the Hunnic Xia.
Eastern Wei and Western Wei would be usurped by two generals of Xianbei origin, respectively, who set up Northern Qi (AD 550-577) and Northern Zhou (AD 557-581).
www.uglychinese.org /southnorth.htm   (1406 words)

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