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Unformatted text preview: (a founding minister of the Hàn C ; came from the state of Hán C ) 8. the Jìn C dynasty; 266 – 316 CE; followed upon the Three Kingdoms period; capital in Luòyáng to 311, then in Cháng’an. 9. Sīm ǎ Yì C (Wèy general; founder of Jìn dynasty) 10. Sīm ǎ Yán C Jìn W ǔ dì C 11. Eastern Jìn dynasty (317 – 420 CE) 12. the seven worthies of the bamboo grove ( zhú lín qī xián C ) 13. Xī Kāng (or Jī Kāng) C 14. Ru ǎ n Jí C 15. Liú Líng C 16. the four southern dynasties after the Eastern Jìn: (Liú) Sòng C (420 – 479) (Southern) Qí C (479 – 502) Liáng C (502 – 557) Chén C (557 – 589)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '07 term at UNC.
- Fall '07