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Nankin   (translated from French)
... capital of the kingdom of Wu, baptized Jiankang 937: capital of the kingdom of Tang ... established their capital with Nankin, called then Jiankang (??). Nankin was then the capital of China ... the South (937-975). The industry of Jiankang developed louse to reach its apogee under ...
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nankin - 22k - Cached (French) - Wikipedia (French) - Similar pages

Huan Chong
... of Yang Province (which included the capital Jiankang (建康, modern Nanjing, Jiangsu)) to Xie, instead ... major attack, this time seeking to capture Jiankang and destroy Jin, Huan Chong was concerned ... elite soldiers to Xie to shore up Jiankang's defenses, which Xie declined, stating that ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huan_Chong - 9k - Cached - Similar pages

Huan Wen
... and escorted him to the Jin capital Jiankang (建康, modern Nanjing, Jiangsu), where Emperor Mu ... Wuhu, Anhui) and monitored the situation at Jiankang remotely. In 365, Murong Ke attacked Luoyang ... Former Yan, he would then return to Jiankang and force the imperial government to confer ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huan_Wen - 33k - Cached - Similar pages

... as the capital, which was then called Jiankang (建康). Since then Jiankang remained as the capital of Southern China ... lived Southern Tang Kingdom (937 – 975). Jiankang's industry burgeoned and thrived during Song ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanjing - 53k - Cached - Similar pages

Empress Wang Shen'ai
... resolved to flee west from the capital Jiankang (建康, modern Nanjing, Jiangsu), but on the ... Mu's Empress He Fani back to Jiankang. Later that year, after Huan Xuan was ...
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Ge Hong
... vacuum, moving the Jin court south to Jiankang (near present day Nanjing), and taking the ... mantle of emperor. The refugee court in Jiankang was eager to solidify its position among ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ge_Hong - 72k - Cached - Similar pages

Table of Chinese monarchs
... Shu Gong (尚書公 shang4 shu1 gong1) or Jiankang Gong (建康公 jian4 kang1 gong1) 呂隆 luu3 ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_Chinese_monarchs - 180k - Cached - Similar pages

Three kingdoms (China)   (translated from Dutch)
... simultaneous attack along the river Yangzi, from Jiankang to Jianglin, whereas the fleet of Sichuan ... large attack the armies of Wu succumbed. Jiankang fell in the third month of 280 ...
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drie_Koninkrijken_(China) - 34k - Cached (Dutch) - Wikipedia (Dutch) - Similar pages

History of China   (translated from Spanish)
... was reconstituted in the city sureña of Jiankang, near the present one Nanjing, where it ... 420 , four dynasties in the cut of Jiankang followed one another: Song, Qi, Liang and ...
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historia_de_China - 58k - Cached (Spanish) - Wikipedia (Spanish) - Similar pages

Emperor of the Han dynasty   (translated from German)
... 141 Hanan (?? PY hàn?n) 142 - 144 Jiankang (?? PY jiàn k?ng) 144 Chong ??? Liu ...
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiser_der_Han-Dynastie - 10k - Cached (German) - Wikipedia (German) - Similar pages

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