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Encyclopedia > Southern Dynasties
Southern and Northern Dynasties
(420-589)
Southern Dynasties: Northern Dynasties:

Liu Song
Southern Qi
Liang
Chen
This article is about China. ... For other uses, see 420 (disambiguation). ... Events October 17 - The Adige River overflows its banks, flooding the church of St. ... The Southern dynasties 南朝 (nanchao in pinyin: nán cháo) include Liu Song, Southern Qi, Liang Dynasty and Chen Dynasty whose capital were largely all at Jiankang (although the Southern Qi capital was briefly at Jiangling (江陵, in modern Jingzhou, Hubei) during the reign of Emperor He of Southern Qi, and... 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. ... The Southern Qi Dynasty 齊朝 (479-502) was the second of the Southern dynasties in China, followed by the Liang 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. ...

Northern Wei
Eastern Wei
Western Wei
Northern Qi
Northern Zhou
The Northern Wei Dynasty (北魏 386-534) is most noted for the unification of northern China in 440, it was also heavily involved in funding the arts and many antiques and art works from this period have survived. ... The Eastern Wei Dynasty followed the disintegration of the Northern Wei, and ruled northern China from 534 to 550. ... The Western Wei Dynasty followed the disintegration of the Northern Wei, and ruled northern China from 535 to 556. ... The Northern Qi Dynasty was one of the Northern dynasties of Chinese history and ruled northern China from 550 to 577. ... The Northern Zhou Dynasty followed the Western Wei, and ruled northern China from 557 to 581. ...

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The Southern dynasties 南朝 (nanchao in pinyin: nán cháo) include Liu Song, Southern Qi, Liang Dynasty and Chen Dynasty whose capital were largely all at Jiankang (although the Southern Qi capital was briefly at Jiangling (江陵, in modern Jingzhou, Hubei) during the reign of Emperor He of Southern Qi, and Emperor Yuan of Liang, as well as the later Western Liang emperors (Emperor Xuan, Emperor Xiaoming, and Emperor Xiaojing), also set their capital at Jiangling, and Xiao Zhuang, who is considered by some historians to be a Liang Dynasty emperor, had his capital at Yingcheng (郢城, in modern Wuhan, Hubei). Pinyin is a system of romanization (phonemic notation and transcription to Roman script) for Standard Mandarin, where pin means spell(ing) and yin means sound(s)). This article describes the most common variant called Hanyu Pinyin (Simplified Chinese: 汉语拼音; Traditional Chinese: 漢語拼音; pinyin: HànyÇ” PÄ«nyÄ«n), also known as scheme...   The Song Dynasty (宋朝, previous spelling Sung) (420-479) was first of the four Southern Dynasties in China, followed by the Qi Dynasty. ... The Southern Qi Dynasty 齊朝 (479-502) was the second of the Southern dynasties in China, followed by the Liang 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. ... Jiankang (建康城 in pinyin: Jiànkāng chéng), formerly known as Jianye (建業 Jiànyè) until Eastern Jin Dynasty (317 - 420), is an ancient city in China, located west of present-day Nanjing, in south Jiangning County (江寧縣 Jiāngníng Xi... Jingzhou (Simplified Chinese: 荆州; Traditional Chinese: 荊州; pinyin: ) is a city in the Hubei province of the Peoples Republic of China, on the banks of the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang). ... Hubei (Chinese: 湖北; Hanyu Pinyin: ; Wade-Giles: Hu-pei; Postal System Pinyin: Hupeh) is a central province of the Peoples Republic of China. ... Emperor He of Southern Qi ((南)齊和帝) (488-502), personal name Xiao Baorong (蕭寶融), courtesy name Zhizhao (智昭), was the last emperor of the Chinese dynasty Southern Qi. ... Grand Empress Dowager Xiao Zhuang Wen (zh: 孝莊太后 HiyooÅ¡ungga AmbalinggÅ« GenggiyenÅ¡u HÅ«wanghu as the Empress in Manchu; 1613-1688) was the grandmother of Emperor Kang Xi of the Qing Dynasty. ... Location within China Modern and ancient Wuhan (Simplified Chinese: 武汉; Traditional Chinese: 武漢; Pinyin: WÇ”hàn) is the capital of Hubei province, and is the most populous city in central China. ... Hubei (Chinese: 湖北; Hanyu Pinyin: ; Wade-Giles: Hu-pei; Postal System Pinyin: Hupeh) is a central province of the Peoples Republic of China. ...

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Sovereigns of Southern Dynasties

Posthumous Names ( Shi Hao 諡號) Born Names Period of Reigns Era Names (Nian Hao 年號) and their according range of years
Song Dynasty (420-479)
Convention: Song + posthumous name, sometimes except Liu Yu who was referred using personal name.
Wu Di (武帝 wu3 jing4 di4) Liu Yu (劉裕 liu3 yu4) 420-422 Yongchu (永初 yong3 chu1) 420-422
Shao Di (少帝 shao4 di4) Liu Yi Fu (劉義符 liu3 yi4 fu2) 423-424 Jingping (景平 jing3 ping2) 423-424
Wen Di (文帝 wen2 di4) Liu Yi Long (劉義隆 liu3 yi4 long2) 424-453 Yuanjia (元嘉 yaun2 jia1) 424-453
Xiao Wu Di (孝武帝 xiao1 wu3 di4) Liu Jun (劉駿 liu3 jun4) 454-464 Xiaojian (元嘉 xiao1 jian4) 454-456
Daming (大明 da4 ming2) 457-464
Qian Fei Di (前廢帝 qian2 fei4 di4) Liu Zi Ye (劉子業 liu3 zi5 ye4) 465 Yongguang (永光 yong3 guang1) 465
Jinghe (景和 jing3 he2) 465
Ming Di (明帝 ming2 di4) Liu Yu (劉彧 liu3 yu4) 465-472 Taishi (泰始 tai4 shi3) 465-471
Taiyu (泰豫 tai4 yu4) 472
Hou Fei Di (後廢帝 hou4 fei4 di4 or Cang Wu Wang (蒼梧王 cang1 wu2 wang2) Liu Yu (劉昱 liu3 yu4) 473-477 Yuanhui (元徽 yuan2 hui1) 473-477
Shun Di (順帝 shun4 di4) Liu Zhun (劉準 liu3 zhun3) 477-479 Shengming (昇明 sheng1 ming2) 477-479
Qi Dynasty 479-502
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 jing4 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
Liang Dynasty 502-557
Convention: Liang + posthumous name
Wu Di (武帝 wu3 jing4 di4) Xiao Yan (蕭衍 xiao1 yan3) 502-549 Tianjian (天監 tian1 jian1) 502-519
Putong (普通 pu3 tong1) 520-527
Datong (大通 da4 tong1) 527-529
Zhongdatong (中大通 zhong1 da4 tong1) 529-534
Datong (大同 da4 tong2) 535-546
Zhongdatong (中大同 zhong1 da4 tong2) 546-547
Taiqing (太清 tai4 qing1) 547-549
Jian Wen Di (簡文帝 jian3 wen2 di4) Xiao Gang (蕭綱 xiao1 gang1) 549-551 Dabao (大寶 da4 bao3) 550-551
Yu Zhang Wang (豫章王 yu4 zhang1 wang2) Xiao Dong (蕭棟 xiao1 dong4) 551-552 Tianzheng (天正 tian1 zheng4) 551-552
Yuan Di (元帝 yuan2 di4) Xiao Yi (蕭繹 xiao1 yi4) 552-555 Chengsheng (承聖 cheng2 sheng4) 552-555
Zhen Yang Hou (貞陽侯 zhen1 yang2 hou2) Xiao Yuan Ming (蕭淵明 xiao1 yuan1 ming2) 555 Tiancheng (天成 tian1 cheng2) 555
Jing Di (敬帝 jing4 di4) Xiao Fang Zhi (蕭方智 xiao1 fang1 zhi4) 555-557 Shaotai (紹泰 shao4 tai4) 555-556
Taiping (太平 tai4 ping2) 556-557
Chen Dynasty 557-589
Convention: Chen + posthumous name
Wu Di (武帝 wu3 di4) Chen Ba Xian (陳霸先 chen2 ba4 xian1) 557-559 Yongding (永定 yong3 ding4) 557-559
Wen Di (文帝 wen2 di4) Chen Qian (陳蒨 chen2 qian4) 560-566 Tianjia (天嘉 tian1 jia1) 560-566
Tiankang (天康 tian1 kang1) 566
Fei Di (廢帝 fei4 di4) Chen Bo Zong (陳伯宗 chen2 bo2 zong1) 567-568 Guangda (光大 guang1 da4) 567-568
Xuan Di (宣帝 xuan1 di4) Chen Xu (陳頊 chen2 xu1) 569-582 Taijian (太建 tai4 jian4) 569-582
Hou Zhu (後主 hou4 zhu3) Chen Shu Bao (陳叔寶 chen2 shu2 bao3) 583-589 Zhide (至德 zhi4 de2) 583-586
Zhenming (禎明 zhen1 ming2) 587-589
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A posthumous name (諡號/謚號 Pinyin: shì hào; Romaji: shigō/tsuigō; Revised Romanization of Korean: siho) is a honorary name given to royalty in some cultures posthumously, that is, after the persons death. ... A Chinese era name (traditional Chinese: 年號, simplified Chinese: 年号, pinyin nían hào) is the era name, reign period, or regnal title used when traditionally numbering years in an emperors reign and naming certain Chinese rulers (see the conventions). ... The Song Dynasty (宋朝, previous spelling Sung) (420-479) was first of the four Southern Dynasties in China, followed by the Qi Dynasty. ... For other uses, see 420 (disambiguation). ... Events September 10 - Celestine succeeds Boniface as Pope Births Deaths September 4 - Pope Boniface I Liu Yu (Song Wu Di), ruler of the Chinese Song Dynasty Faxian, Chinese Buddhist monk (approximate date) Categories: 422 ... For other uses, see 420 (disambiguation). ... 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Events Relations between the Roman Emperor Anthemius and the general Ricimer deteriorate completely. ... Events Song Qian Fei Di, then Song Ming Di become ruler of the Song Dynasty in China. ... Events Northern Wei Xiao Wen Di succeeds Northern Wei Xian Wen Di as ruler of the Chinese Northern Wei Dynasty Acacius becomes Patriarch of Constantinople. ... Events Relations between the Roman Emperor Anthemius and the general Ricimer deteriorate completely. ... Events Glycerius is named Western Roman Emperor. ... Events Huneric becomes king of Vandals Aelle king of the South Saxons, arrives in England, with his three sons, near Cymenshore. ... Events Glycerius is named Western Roman Emperor. ... Events Huneric becomes king of Vandals Aelle king of the South Saxons, arrives in England, with his three sons, near Cymenshore. ... Events Huneric becomes king of Vandals Aelle king of the South Saxons, arrives in England, with his three sons, near Cymenshore. ... Events End of the Song Dynasty and beginning of the Qi Dynasty in southern China. ... Events Huneric becomes king of Vandals Aelle king of the South Saxons, arrives in England, with his three sons, near Cymenshore. ... Events End of the Song Dynasty and beginning of the Qi Dynasty in southern China. ... 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. ... Qi Gao Di (Xiao Dao Cheng|蕭道成 xiao1 dao4 cheng2), (5th century), was the first emperor of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events End of the Song Dynasty and beginning of the Qi Dynasty in southern China. ... Events Qi Gao Di, ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty Byzantine emperor Zeno I issues the Henotikon, an attempt to reconcile the differences between the supporters of Orthodoxy and Monophysitism. ... Events End of the Song Dynasty and beginning of the Qi Dynasty in southern China. ... Events Qi Gao Di, ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty Byzantine emperor Zeno I issues the Henotikon, an attempt to reconcile the differences between the supporters of Orthodoxy and Monophysitism. ... Qi Wu Di (Xiao Ze|蕭賾 xiao1 ze2), (died 493), was the second emperor of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events March 13 - Pope Felix III succeeds Pope Simplicius The general Illus and Verina, mother-in-law of Byzantine emperor Zeno I, attempt to overthrow Zeno and place a general named Leontius on the throne. ... Events February 25 - Odoacer agrees to a mediated peace with Theodoric the Great, and is later killed by him personally. ... Events March 13 - Pope Felix III succeeds Pope Simplicius The general Illus and Verina, mother-in-law of Byzantine emperor Zeno I, attempt to overthrow Zeno and place a general named Leontius on the throne. ... Events February 25 - Odoacer agrees to a mediated peace with Theodoric the Great, and is later killed by him personally. ... Qi Yu Lin Wang (Xiao Zhao Ye|蕭昭業 xiao1 zhao1 ye4), (5th century), was the third ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. ... Events Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. ... Qi Hai Ling Wang (Xiao Zhao Wen|蕭昭文 xiao1 zhao1 wen2), (5th century), was the fourth ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. ... Events Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. ... Qi Ming Di (Xiao Luan|蕭鸞 xiao1 luan2), (5th century), was the fifth ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. ... Events November 22 - After the death of Anastasius II, Symmachus is elected pope in the Lateran Palace, while Laurentius is elected pope in Santa Maria Maggiore. ... Events Pope Gelasius I delineates the relationship between church and state. ... Events November 22 - After the death of Anastasius II, Symmachus is elected pope in the Lateran Palace, while Laurentius is elected pope in Santa Maria Maggiore. ... Events November 22 - After the death of Anastasius II, Symmachus is elected pope in the Lateran Palace, while Laurentius is elected pope in Santa Maria Maggiore. ... Qi Dong Hun Hou (Xiao Bao Juan|蕭寶卷 xiao1 bao3 juan3), (5th to 6th century), was the sixth ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events March 1 - Pope Symmachus makes Antipope Laurentius bishop of Nocera in Campania. ... Events Qi He Di succeeds Qo Dong Hun Hou as ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty Pope Symmachus is accused of various crimes, but claims that the secular rulers have no authority over him. ... Events March 1 - Pope Symmachus makes Antipope Laurentius bishop of Nocera in Campania. ... Events Qi He Di succeeds Qo Dong Hun Hou as ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty Pope Symmachus is accused of various crimes, but claims that the secular rulers have no authority over him. ... Qi He Di (Xiao Bao Rong|蕭寶融 xiao1 bao3 rong2), (6th century), was the seventh and last ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty. ... Events Qi He Di succeeds Qo Dong Hun Hou as ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty Pope Symmachus is accused of various crimes, but claims that the secular rulers have no authority over him. ... Events End of the Qi Dynasty and beginning of the Liang Dynasty in southern China. ... Events Qi He Di succeeds Qo Dong Hun Hou as ruler of the Chinese Qi Dynasty Pope Symmachus is accused of various crimes, but claims that the secular rulers have no authority over him. ... Events End of the Qi Dynasty and beginning of the Liang Dynasty in southern China. ... Events End of the Qi Dynasty and beginning of the Liang Dynasty in southern China. ... Events Beginning of the Northern Zhou Dynasty in northern China. ... Liang Wudi (梁武帝) (502-549) was the first Emperor of China of the short-lived Liang Dynasty. ... Events End of the Qi Dynasty and beginning of the Liang Dynasty in southern China. ... Events Emperor Jinwen succeeds Emperor Wu as ruler of the Liang Dynasty in China. ... Events End of the Qi Dynasty and beginning of the Liang Dynasty in southern China. ... Events The Eastern and Western churches are temporarily reconciled with the end of the Acacian schism. ... Events February 20 - Epiphanius elected Patriarch of Constantinople. ... This article is about the year. ... This article is about the year. ... For other uses, see number 529. ... For other uses, see number 529. ... Events January 1 - Decimus Theodorius Paulinus appointed consul, the last to hold this office in the West. ... Events Beginning of the Western Wei Dynasty in China. ... Events The Ostrogoths under Totila retake Rome from the Byzantine Empire. ... Events The Ostrogoths under Totila retake Rome from the Byzantine Empire. ... Events Ida founds the kingdom of Bernicia at Bamburgh (traditional date). ... Events Ida founds the kingdom of Bernicia at Bamburgh (traditional date). ... Events Emperor Jinwen succeeds Emperor Wu as ruler of the Liang Dynasty in China. ... Events Emperor Jinwen succeeds Emperor Wu as ruler of the Liang Dynasty in China. ... Events Jordanes publishes The Origin and Deeds of the Goths. ... Events By Place Byzantine Empire Silk reaches Constantinople (approximate date). ... Events Jordanes publishes The Origin and Deeds of the Goths. ... Events Jordanes publishes The Origin and Deeds of the Goths. ... Events July - Battle of Taginae: The Byzantine general Narses defeats and kills Totila, king of the Ostrogoths. ... Events Jordanes publishes The Origin and Deeds of the Goths. ... Events July - Battle of Taginae: The Byzantine general Narses defeats and kills Totila, king of the Ostrogoths. ... Events July - Battle of Taginae: The Byzantine general Narses defeats and kills Totila, king of the Ostrogoths. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... Events July - Battle of Taginae: The Byzantine general Narses defeats and kills Totila, king of the Ostrogoths. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... Events Beginning of the Northern Zhou Dynasty in northern China. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... Events End of the Western Wei Dynasty in China. ... Events End of the Western Wei Dynasty in China. ... Events Beginning of the Northern Zhou Dynasty in northern China. ... Events Beginning of the Northern Zhou Dynasty in northern China. ... Events October 17 - The Adige River overflows its banks, flooding the church of St. ... 陳霸先 å­—  : 興國 (Xing4 Guo2) 小字 : 法生 (Fa3 Sheng1) 陳霸先 (Chen2 Ba4 Xian1) born in 503 AD and is a native of 吳興長城 Wu2 Xing1 Chang2 Cheng2 (Present 浙江 Zhe2 Jiang1 長興 Chang2 Xing1). ... Events Beginning of the Northern Zhou Dynasty in northern China. ... Events The Bulgars invade and raid Byzantine territory, but are driven back near Constantinople by Belisarius. ... Events Beginning of the Northern Zhou Dynasty in northern China. ... Events The Bulgars invade and raid Byzantine territory, but are driven back near Constantinople by Belisarius. ... This article or section is in need of attention from an expert on the subject. ... Events Ceawlin of Wessex becomes King of Wessex (traditional date). ... Events Births Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib, uncle of Muhammad Deaths Chen Wen Di, Chinese ruler of the Chen Dynasty Theodosius I, Patriarch of Alexandria. ... Events Ceawlin of Wessex becomes King of Wessex (traditional date). ... Events Births Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib, uncle of Muhammad Deaths Chen Wen Di, Chinese ruler of the Chen Dynasty Theodosius I, Patriarch of Alexandria. ... Events Births Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib, uncle of Muhammad Deaths Chen Wen Di, Chinese ruler of the Chen Dynasty Theodosius I, Patriarch of Alexandria. ... Events Livva I succeeds Athanagild as king of the Visigoths. ... Events April 1 - King Alboin leads the Lombards into Italy; refugees fleeing from them go on to found Venice. ... Events Livva I succeeds Athanagild as king of the Visigoths. ... Events April 1 - King Alboin leads the Lombards into Italy; refugees fleeing from them go on to found Venice. ... Events The Nubian kingdom of Alodia is converted to Christianity, according to John of Ephesus. ... Events Maurice I succeeds Tiberius II Constantine as Byzantine Emperor. ... Events The Nubian kingdom of Alodia is converted to Christianity, according to John of Ephesus. ... Events Maurice I succeeds Tiberius II Constantine as Byzantine Emperor. ... Categories: 583 ... Events October 17 - The Adige River overflows its banks, flooding the church of St. ... Categories: 583 ... Events Reccared succeeds his father Leovigild as king of the Visigoths. ... Events End of the Nan Liang Dynasty in China. ... Events October 17 - The Adige River overflows its banks, flooding the church of St. ...

Nan Liang Dynasty 555-587

Temple Names ( Miao Hao 廟號 miào hào) Posthumous Names ( Shi Hao 諡號 ) Personal Names Period of Reigns Era Names (Nián Hào 年號) and their relevant range of years
Convention: Nan Liang + posthumous name
Note: some historians set Nan Liang as a continuation of the Liang Dynasty since it was founded by descendants of the Xiao's, the ruling family of the Liang Dynasty.
Zhong Zong (中宗 zhong1 zong1) Xuan Di (宣帝 xuan1 di4) Xiao Cha (蕭察 xiao1 cha2) 555-562 Dading (大定 da4 ding4) 555-562
Shi Zong (世4宗 zhong1 zong1) Xiao Ming Di (孝明帝 xiao4 ming2 di4) Xiao Kui (蕭巋 xiao1 kui1) 562-585 Tianbao (天保 tian1 bao3) 562-585
Did not exist Xiao Jing Di (孝靜帝 xiao4 jing4 di4)
or
Ju Gong (#33682;公 ju3 gong1)
Xiao Cong (蕭琮 xiao1 cong2) 585-587 Guangyun (廣運 guang3 yun4) 562-585
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For other uses, see number 555. ... Events End of the Nan Liang Dynasty in China. ... Temple names (廟號 or less commonly 庙號 Pinyin: miào hào;), are commonly used when naming most Chinese and certain Korean rulers. ... A posthumous name (諡號/謚號 Pinyin: shì hào; Romaji: shigō/tsuigō; Revised Romanization of Korean: siho) is a honorary name given to royalty in some cultures posthumously, that is, after the persons death. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... For the area code 562 see Area Code 562 Events Nan Xiao Ming Di succeeds Nan Liang Xuan Di as ruler of the Chinese Nan Liang Dynasty. ... For other uses, see number 555. ... For the area code 562 see Area Code 562 Events Nan Xiao Ming Di succeeds Nan Liang Xuan Di as ruler of the Chinese Nan Liang Dynasty. ... For the area code 562 see Area Code 562 Events Nan Xiao Ming Di succeeds Nan Liang Xuan Di as ruler of the Chinese Nan Liang Dynasty. ... Events Famine in Gaul. ... For the area code 562 see Area Code 562 Events Nan Xiao Ming Di succeeds Nan Liang Xuan Di as ruler of the Chinese Nan Liang Dynasty. ... Events Famine in Gaul. ... Events Famine in Gaul. ... Events End of the Nan Liang Dynasty in China. ... For the area code 562 see Area Code 562 Events Nan Xiao Ming Di succeeds Nan Liang Xuan Di as ruler of the Chinese Nan Liang Dynasty. ... Events Famine in Gaul. ...

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