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Encyclopedia > Qi Dynasty
Southern and Northern Dynasties
(420-589)
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This article is about China. ... // Events End of the Jin Dynasty in China. ... Events October 17 - The Adige River overflows its banks, flooding the church of St. ... The Southern dynasties 南朝 (nanchao in pinyin: nan2 chao2) include Song Dynasty, Qi Dynasty, Liang Dynasty and Chen Dynasty whose capital were all at Jiankang See also:Chinese history, Southern and Northern Dynasty, Chinese sovereign ... The Northern Dynasties (北朝 bei3 chao2) included Northern Wei Dynasty, Eastern Wei Dynasty, Western Wei Dynasty, Northern Qi Dynasty, Northern Zhou Dynasty. ... The Song Dynasty (宋朝, previous spelling Sung) (420-479) was first of the four Southern Dynasties in China, followed by the Qi Dynasty. ... Liang Dynasty (also: Leung in Cantonese,) 梁朝 (502-557) was the third of Southern dynasties in China, followed by the Chen Dynasty. ... Chen Dynasty 陳朝 (557-589) was the fourth and the last of the Southern dynasties in China, eliminated by the Sui Dynasty. ...

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Northern Wei Buddha Maitreya, 443 AD. A Buddhist stela from the Northern Wei period, build in the early 6th century. ... The Eastern Wei Dynasty followed the disintegration of the Northern Wei, and ruled northern China from 534 to 550. ... The Northern Qi Dynasty was one of the Northern dynasties of Chinese history. ...

Qi Dynasty 齊朝 (479-502) was the second of Southern dynasties in China, followed by the Liang Dynasty. Events End of the Song Dynasty and beginning of the Qi Dynasty in southern China. ... Events End of the Qi Dynasty and beginning of the Liang Dynasty in southern China. ... The Southern dynasties 南朝 (nanchao in pinyin: nan2 chao2) include Song Dynasty, Qi Dynasty, Liang Dynasty and Chen Dynasty whose capital were all at Jiankang See also:Chinese history, Southern and Northern Dynasty, Chinese sovereign ... Liang Dynasty (also: Leung in Cantonese,) 梁朝 (502-557) was the third of Southern dynasties in China, followed by the Chen Dynasty. ...

Sovereigns of Qi Dynasty (479-502)
Posthumous Name Family name and given names Period of Reigns Era names and their according range of years
Convention: Qi + posthumous name
Gao Di 高帝 gao1 di4 Xiao Dao Cheng|蕭道成 xiao1 dao4 cheng2 479-482 Jianyuan (建元 jian4 yuan2) 479-482
Wu Di 武帝 wu3 di4 Xiao Ze|蕭賾 xiao1 ze2 483-493 Yongming (永明 yong3 ming2) 483-493
Yu Lin Wang 鬱林王 yu4 lin2 wang2 Xiao Zhao Ye|蕭昭業 xiao1 zhao1 ye4 494 Longchang (隆昌 long2 chang1) 494
Hai Ling Wang (海陵王 hai3 ling2 wang2) Xiao Zhao Wen|蕭昭文 xiao1 zhao1 wen2 494 Yanxing (延興 yan2 xing1) 494
Ming Di 明帝 ming2 di4 Xiao Luan|蕭鸞 xiao1 luan2 494-498 Jianwu (建武 jian4 wu3) 494-498
 Yongtai (永泰 yong3 tai4) 498
Dong Hun Hou (東昏侯 dong1 hun1 hou2) Xiao Bao Juan|蕭寶卷 xiao1 bao3 juan3 499-501 Yongyuan (永元 yong3 yuan2) 499-501
He Di 和帝 he2 di4 Xiao Bao Rong|蕭寶融 xiao1 bao3 rong2 501-502 Zhongxing (中興 zhong1 xing1) 501-502

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Qi Gong (pronounced Chi Kung) is an ancient Chinese energy (Chi) practice.
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Qi Gong (QiGong or Chi'i Kong) is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is used as a preventative measure as well as a remedy for specific conditions.
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