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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 81. Chapters: 800 deaths, 801 deaths, 802 deaths, 803 deaths, 804 deaths, 805 deaths, 806 deaths, 807 d... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 81. Chapters: 800 deaths, 801 deaths, 802 deaths, 803 deaths, 804 deaths, 805 deaths, 806 deaths, 807 deaths, 808 deaths, 809 deaths, Alcuin, Irene of Athens, Emperor Kammu, Harun al-Rashid, Wang Pi, Luitgard, Patriarch Tarasios of Constantinople, Emperor Dezong of Tang, Lu Zhi, Wang Wujun, Emperor Shunzong of Tang, Hun Zhen, Wei Gao, Jia Dan, Wang Shuwen, Staurakios, Ludger, Beatus of Liébana, Li Qi, Rabia Basri, Wang Shizhen, Du Huangshang, Æthelhard, Paulinus II of Aquileia, Zheng Xunyu, Qi Kang, Wei Zhiyi, Liu Pi, Gao Chongwen, Jiang Gongfu, Layman Pang, Muhammad al-Shaybani, Li Shigu, Cui Sun, Constantine VI, Conall mac Taidg, Kardam of Bulgaria, Eanbald, Lu Yu, Fínsnechta Cethardec, Beorhtric of Wessex, Aterui, Giovanni Galbaio, Ja'far ibn Yahya, Domnall mac Áeda Muindeirg, Turpin, Muiredach mac Domnaill Midi, Grimoald III of Benevento, Stephen the Hymnographer, Anselm, Duke of Friuli, ViSeslav of Croatia, Ólchobar mac Duib-Indrecht, Kan Maax, Hui-kuo, Robert of Hesbaye, Miliduch, Yahya ibn Khalid, Richbod, Phùng Hung, Fergal mac Anmchada, Óengus mac Mugróin, Higbald of Lindisfarne, Mauroald, Cuthred of Kent, Alkelda, Maelduin of Aughrim, Cellach Tosach mac Donngaile, Simpert, Abbas Ibn al-Ahnaf, Saint Abundantia, Ibrahim Al-Mausili, Heathoberht, Osmund, Æthelnoth, Swithwulf, Ceolberht, Otomo no Otomaro, Flaíthnia mac Cináeda, Aejang of Silla, Cyneberht of Winchester, Aureolus of Aragon, Elfodd, Deorwulf, Gisela, daughter of Charlemagne, Anluan mac Conchobhar, Heardred of Hexham, Alchmund of Derby, Wulfstan, ealdorman of Wiltshire, Ailill mac Fergusa, Conghaltach mac Etguini, Zhang Jianfeng, Ceannfaeladh of Clonfert, Gang of Balhae, Soseong of Silla, Tnúthgal mac Artrach, Urbicius, Cathrannach mac Cathal, Bahlul Ibn Marzuq, Sa'id I ibn Idris. Excerpt: Emperor Dezong of Tang ( ) (May 27, 742 - February 25, 805), personally name Li Kuo ( ), was an emperor of the Chinese Tang Dynasty and the oldest son of his father Emperor Daizong. His reign of 26 years was the third longest in the Tang dynasty (surpassed only by Emperor Xuanzong and Emperor Gaozong). Emperor Dezong started out as a diligent and frugal emperor and he tried to reform the governmental finances by introducing new tax laws. His attempts to destroy the powerful regional warlords and the subsequent mismanagement of those campaigns, however, resulted in a number of rebellions that nearly destroyed himself and the Tang Dynasty. After those events, he dealt cautiously with the regional governors, causing warlordism to become unchecked, and his trust of eunuchs caused the eunuchs' power to rise greatly. He was also known for his paranoia about officials' wielding too much power, and late in his reign, he did not grant much authority to his chancellors. Li Kuo was born in 742, during the reign of his great-grandfather Emperor Xuanzong. His father was Li Chu the Prince of Guangping - the oldest son of Emperor Xuanzong's son and crown prince Li Heng, and he was Li Chu's oldest son. His mother was a consort of Li Chu's, Consort Shen. He was born at the eastern palace - i.e., the Crown Prince's palace - at the Tang capital Chang'an. Later that year, he was created the Prince of Fengjie and given the honorific title of Tejin ( ). During the Anshi Rebellion, which erupted in 755, Emperor Xuanzong fled to Chengdu, while Li Heng and his sons, including Li Chu, fled to Lingwu. Li Kuo's exact locations during this time were not stated in hi...

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Titel: 800s deaths
Untertitel: 800 deaths, 801 deaths, 802 deaths, 803 deaths, 804 deaths, 805 deaths, 806 deaths, 807 deaths, 808 deaths, 809 deaths, Alcuin, Irene of Athens, Emperor Kammu, Harun al-Rashid, Wang Pi, Luitgard, Patriarch Tarasios of Constantinople
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EAN: 9781157760573
ISBN: 1157760570
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 84
Gewicht: 490g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T4mm
Jahr: 2011