Jingnan


Jingnan

Jingnan
荆南 (zh)

924963

Histoire et évènements
924 Fondation
963 Conquête par la dynastie Song

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Le Jingnan était un des royaumes du sud de la Chine pendant la Période des Cinq Dynasties et des Dix Royaumes. Créé en 924, il est conquis par les Song du Nord en 963


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