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Paekche Rulers

Paekche Clan : Legendary line : Wiryeseong period Posthumous Names/시호諡號 : 생몰 : Period of Reigns재위기간 : Personal Names/이름 : Biryu (비류/沸流) 온조왕溫祚王 18 BC - 28 AD 다루왕多婁王 28 - 77 기루왕己婁王 77 ~ 128 개루왕蓋婁王 128 ~ 166 초고왕肖古王 166~214 구수왕仇首王(belongs to Saban's branches...

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Tae Kaya Rulers

1.이진아시왕(伊珍阿시王) 382 :gibonhangi (the king of garaguk) and his sons (baekguji, asuji, guksari, yiramaju and yimunji) 479haji (the king of garaguk) 9.이뇌왕 Wolgwang T aeja fl. 522 November 544 Several men, including Hangi King of Gaya, said that when they...

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Yan State Rulers

Rulers of Yan Rulers of Yan Capitals: Ji 薊 (or Yan 匽 or Beiyan 北燕; modern Beijing), Linyi 臨易 (modern Xiongxian 雄縣/Hebei) Yan Shaogong 燕召公 " Shao Gong Shi 召公奭" (Ji Shi 姬奭) ... 9 generations... Yan Huihou 燕惠侯 865-827 Yan Xihou 燕釐侯 (Ji Zhuang 姬莊) 826-791...

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Mandchuria

Northeast China ( Simplified Chinese : 东北; Traditional Chinese : 東北; pinyin : Dōngběi; literally "east-north"), historically known as Manchuria, is the name of a region (ca. 1,550,000 km2) in Northeast Asia which is today the northeast part of People's...

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Temple names

Temple names (廟號 or less commonly 庙號 Pinyin : miào hào; 묘호 in Korean: Myoho), are commonly used when naming most Chinese (under Unified China Han, Jin, Sui? Tang, Song, Liao, Jin, Yüan, Ming and Qing dynasties), certain Korean rulers (under Koryo and...

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