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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 69. Chapters: 900 deaths, 901 deaths, 902 deaths, 903 deaths, 904 deaths, 905 deaths, 906 deaths, 907 d... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 69. Chapters: 900 deaths, 901 deaths, 902 deaths, 903 deaths, 904 deaths, 905 deaths, 906 deaths, 907 deaths, 908 deaths, 909 deaths, Asser, Pope Leo V, Donald II of Scotland, Árpád, Li Keyong, Yang Xingmi, Zhang Jun, Boris I of Bulgaria, Remigius of Auxerre, Cormac mac Cuilennáin, Ismail Samani, Thabit ibn Qurra, Wang Zongdi, Wang Zongji, Sugawara no Michizane, Du Hong, Zhong Chuan, Khúc Th a D , Lady Zhang, Aditya I, Lei Man, Gerald of Aurillac, Ono no Komachi, Æthelwold of Wessex, Zwentibold, Aud the Deep-Minded, Alan I, King of Brittany, Adelaide of Paris, Mojmír II, Antipope Christopher, Kurszán, Pope John IX, Muhammad Ibn Abi'l-Saj, Adalgar, Luitpold, Margrave of Bavaria, Eohric of East Anglia, Cerball mac Muirecáin, Emperor Ai of Tang, Pope Benedict IV, Ealhswith, Wulfhere of York, Guaimar I of Salerno, Abdullah ibn al-Mu'tazz, Conrad, Duke of Thuringia, Moses Bar-Kepha, Bagrat I of Klarjeti, Eardulf of Lindisfarne, Gomelo II, Emperor Zhaozong of Tang, Al-Muktafi, Håkon Grjotgardsson, Al-Mu'tadid, Eudokia Baïana, Aribo of Austria, Luo Yin, Herbert I, Count of Vermandois, Abu Al-Husayn Al-Nuri, Anscar of Ivrea, Svatopluk II, Wighelm, Fulk, Fujiwara no Takafuji, Ibrahim II of Ifriqiya, Antony II of Constantinople, Litan, Cléirchén mac Murchadh, Burchard, Duke of Thuringia, Leofstan, Wigmund, Rudolf I, Acfred I of Carcassonne, Egino, Duke of Thuringia, Wulfsige of London, Æthelweard of London, Dae Wihae, Dongshan Shouchu, Sochlachan mac Diarmata, Narayanapala, Denewulf, Abdullah II of Ifriqiya, Cadell ap Rhodri, Ki no Tomonori, Fujiwara no Toshiyuki, Radelchis II of Benevento, Fujiwara no Tokihira, Harun of Tulunids, Grimbald, Llywarch ap Hyfaidd, Théodrate of Troyes, Erenfried I, Yahya ibn Al-Qassim, Du Xunhe, Merfyn ap Rhodri. Excerpt: Li Keyong (Chinese: ; pinyin: Li Kèyòng) (October 24, 856 - February 23, 908) was a Shatuo military governor (Jiedushi) during the late Tang Dynasty and was key to developing a base of power for the Shatuo in what is today Shanxi Province in China. His son, Li Cunxu (Emperor Zhuangzong) would eventually became the founder of the Later Tang Dynasty, arguably the first of many Conquest Dynasties in China. Li Keyong - although he would have initially carried the surname of Zhuye - was born in 856, during the reign of Emperor Xuanzong. His father was the Shatuo chieftain Zhuye Chixin, whose people were then living in the Shenwu River ( , flowing through modern Shuozhou, Shanxi) region. His mother was Lady Qin, and it is not clear whether she was Zhuye Chixin's wife or concubine. He was Zhuye Chixin's third son. In 869, during the reign of Emperor Xuanzong's son Emperor Yizong, as the Tang imperial general Kang Chengxun was commissioned to suppress the rebellion of Pang Xun at Xu Prefecture ( , in modern Xuzhou, Jiangsu), he invited Zhuye to bring his Shatuo soldiers and serve under him. Zhuye agreed, and then-14-year-old Li Keyong fought in the campaign so fiercely that he became known as the "Son of the Flying Tiger" ( ). After the campaign, to recognize Zhuye Chixin's contributions during the campaign, Emperor Yizong bestowed on him the imperial surname of Li, and gave him a new name of Guochang. Li Keyong presumably took the imperial surname of Li at that time as well. Li Guochang was subsequently made the military governor (Jiedushi) of Zhenwu Circuit ( , headquartered in modern Hohhot, Inner Mongolia). Li Keyong went to Zhenwu as well to serve under ...

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Titel: 900s deaths
Untertitel: 900 deaths, 901 deaths, 902 deaths, 903 deaths, 904 deaths, 905 deaths, 906 deaths, 907 deaths, 908 deaths, 909 deaths, Asser, Pope Leo V, Donald II of Scotland, Árpád, Li Keyong, Yang Xingmi, Zhang Jun, Boris I of Bulgaria
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EAN: 9781156023006
ISBN: 1156023009
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 72
Gewicht: 109g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T4mm
Jahr: 2011