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    GAI ZHI YONG BIAN ZHU
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The Tang Dynasty was the golden age of Chinese poetry and literature. They would found the Liao dynasty in northern China, one of the first empires to be sinned. Khitan warrior on horseback of the Liao dynasty.

The Tang Dynasty was the golden age of Chinese poetry and literature. The best poets that China has given throughout its extensive history were born at this time; Li Bai, Du Fu, Wang Wei, and Bai Juyi among many others. Celebrates the Journey to the West starring the Buddhist monk Xuanzang, who traveled to India and returned with an important collection of Buddhist texts. This fact greatly boosted the growth of Buddhism in China, especially by the hand of Empress Wu Zetian. Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (907 – 960).

The Liao dynasty was an empire created by the Khitans that ruled over parts of Northern China, what is now Manchuria, and an area in present-day Mongolia, North Korea.

The Liao dynasty was an empire created by the Khitans that ruled over parts of Northern China, what is now Manchuria, and an area in present-day Mongolia, North Korea, and the Russian Far East from 907 until 1125 when most of their territory conquered by the Jurchens who established the Jin dynasty. The Khitans fled westward and created the Western Liao dynasty which in turn was annexed by the Mongol Empire in 1218.

In this paper, food habits of the wolf ( Canis lupus) was determined in Inner Mongolia, using scat analysis . In this study, we estimated the relative biomass of food items, and amount of each prey ingested by a wolf, based on a linear regression equation,y 2.

In this paper, food habits of the wolf ( Canis lupus) was determined in Inner Mongolia, using scat analysis Results indicated that ungulates were the staple food items (frequency 5. %, relative.

The Liao dynasty, also known as the Liao Empire, officially the Great Liao (大遼; 大辽; Dà Liáo), or the Khitan (Qidan) State (Khitan: Mos diau-d kitai huldʒi gur), was an empire and imperial dynasty in East Asia that ruled from 916 to 1125 over present-.

The Liao dynasty, also known as the Liao Empire, officially the Great Liao (大遼; 大辽; Dà Liáo), or the Khitan (Qidan) State (Khitan: Mos diau-d kitai huldʒi gur), was an empire and imperial dynasty in East Asia that ruled from 916 to 1125 over present-day Northern and Northeast China, Mongolia and portions of the Russian Far East and North Korea.

A history of India upto 1300 AD introducing the beginnings of India's cultural dynamics. Similar authors to follow.

Recent papers in Inner Mongolia The last six decades of Chinese state policies has led to the transformation of the Evenki.

Recent papers in Inner Mongolia.

Liao dynasty, (907–1125), in Chinese history, dynasty formed by the nomadic Khitan (Chinese: Qidan) tribes in. .The northern government, which was set up on a tribal basis, ruled over the nomads of the Inner Asian steppes

Liao dynasty, (907–1125), in Chinese history, dynasty formed by the nomadic Khitan (Chinese: Qidan) tribes in much of what now constitutes the provinces of the Northeast region (Manchuria) and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China. Adopting the Chinese dynastic name of Liao, the Khitan. The northern government, which was set up on a tribal basis, ruled over the nomads of the Inner Asian steppes. Traditionally, the start of the Liao period is given as 907, the last year of the Tang, but Chinese historians often place it at 916, when Yelü Yi (or Abaoji) formally established himself as emperor.

The Liao dynasty (907–1125) of China and its successor, the Western Liao (1124–1211), were founded by the Khitan, a proto-Mongol people who were originally nomadic pastoralists residing in modern Inner Mongolia, Mongolia, Manchuria, and perhaps as far north as Lake Baikal, i.

The Liao dynasty (907–1125) of China and its successor, the Western Liao (1124–1211), were founded by the Khitan, a proto-Mongol people who were originally nomadic pastoralists residing in modern Inner Mongolia, Mongolia, Manchuria, and perhaps as far north as Lake Baikal, in modern-day Russia. Mentioned in the Chinese sources as early as the fourth century, . the Khitan, like other pastoral nomads, depended largely on their animals for survival, though a few tribes supplemented their incomes by fishing and farming.

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