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  • history of manchuria

    manchuria is a region in east asia.depending on the definition of its extent, manchuria can either refer to a region falling entirely within china, or a larger region today divided between northeast china and the russian far east.to differentiate between the two parts following the latter definition, the russian part is also known as outer manchuria, while the chinese part is known as inner .

  • hexi corridor

    during the han–xiongnu war, han china expelled the xiongnu from the hexi corridor in 121 bce and even drove them from lop nur when king hunye surrendered to huo qubing in 121 bce. the han acquired a territory stretching from the hexi corridor to lop nur, thus cutting the xiongnu off from their qiang allies. again, han forces repelled a joint xiongnu-qiang invasion of this northwestern .

  • history of mongolia

    the position of the republic of china was that all of mongolia was territories of china. the position of russia was to reduce mongolian independence to an autonomy limited to outer mongolia only. negotiations continued for eight months as the mongolian representatives firmly defended the independence of the country, but finally the government of mongolia had to accept russia's position.

  • relics associated with buddha

    originally his ashes were to go only to the shakya clan, to which buddha belonged; however, six clans and a king demanded the body relics. to avoid fighting, a brahmin drona divided the relics into ten portions, eight from the body relics, one from the ashes of buddha's cremation pyre and one from the pot used to divide the relics, which he kept for himself.

  • second mongol invasion of hungary

    second mongol invasion of hungary; part of mongol invasion of europe: mongols in hungary, 1285 depicted in the illuminated chronicle.the dismounted mongols, with captured women, are on the left, the hungarians, with one saved woman, on the right.

  • genghis khan

    genghis khan born temüjin, c. 1162 – august 18, 1227 was the founder and first great khan of the mongol empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his death. he came to power by uniting many of the nomadic tribes of northeast asia.after founding the empire and being proclaimed genghis khan, he launched the mongol invasions that conquered most of eurasia.

  • terracotta army

    the terracotta army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of qin shi huang, the first emperor of china.it is a form of funerary art buried with the emperor in 210–209 bce with the purpose of protecting the emperor in his afterlife.. the figures, dating from approximately the late third century bce, were discovered in 1974 by local farmers in lintong county, outside xi .

  • indigenous peoples of siberia

    including the russian far east, the population of siberia is 33 million people. as a result of the 17th to 19th century russian conquest of siberia and the subsequent population movements during the soviet era, the demographics of siberia today is dominated by native speakers of russian.there remain a considerable number of indigenous groups, between them accounting for below 10% of total .

  • puyi

    ᡥᡡᠸᠠᠩᡩᡳ; möllendorff: gehungge yoso hūwangdi in china and khevt yos khaan in mongolia from 1908 until his forced abdication on 12 february 1912, after the revolution. he was briefly restored to the throne as emperor by the warlord zhang xun from 1 july to 12 july 1917.

  • mongol empire

    the mongol empire existed during the 13th and 14th centuries, and was the largest contiguous land empire in history. originating in mongolia, the mongol empire eventually stretched from eastern europe and parts of central europe to the sea of japan, extending northward into parts of siberia; eastward and southward into the indian subcontinent, mainland southeast asia and the iranian plateau .

  • liao dynasty

    at its height, the liao dynasty controlled what is now shanxi, hebei, liaoning, jilin, heilongjiang, and inner mongolia provinces in china, as well as northern portions of the korean peninsula, portions of the russian far east, and much of the country of mongolia.

  • inner mongolia

    inner mongolia or nei mongol, officially the inner mongolia autonomous region, is a mongolic autonomous region in northern china. its border includes most of the length of china's border with mongolia. the rest of the sino–mongolian border coincides with part of the international border of the xinjiang autonomous region and the entirety of the international border of gansu province. inner mongolia also accounts for a small section of china's border with russia. its capital is hohhot; other .

  • mongol invasion of europe

    the mongol invasion of europe in the 13th century was the conquest of much of europe by the mongol empire. the first wave of invasions occurred from the 1220s into the 1240s. in eastern europe, the mongols destroyed volga bulgaria, cumania, and russian principalities such as kiev and vladimir.

  • jinan

    reporting on china's air quality has been accompanied by what seems like a monochromatic slideshow of the country's several cities smothered in thick smog. according to a survey made by 'global voices china' in february 2013, jinan is among china's 10 most polluted cities, and is the only shandong city to be on this list.

  • prehistoric mongolia

    stone tools have been found in the southern part of the gobi desert, perhaps dating back as much as 800,000 years. 1 deer stones also known as reindeer stones are ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over central and eastern eurasia but are concentrated largely in siberia and mongolia.

  • jeholopterus

    jump to navigation jump to search. jeholopterus was a small anurognathid pterosaur from the middle to late jurassic daohugou beds of the tiaojishan formation of inner mongolia, china, preserved with hair-like pycnofibres and skin remains.

  • crushing execution

    crushing execution death by crushing or pressing is a method of execution that has a history during which the techniques used varied greatly from place to place, generally involving the placement of intense weight upon a person with the intent to kill. this form of execution is no longer sanctioned by any governing body.

  • list of walls

    the walls of ston are a series of defensive stone walls, originally more than 7 kilometres 4.3 mi long, that surrounded and protected the city of ston, in dalmatia, part of the republic of ragusa, in what is now southern croatia. the great wall of china, china - part of unesco site 438,.

  • yuan dynasty

    the yuan dynasty was the first time that non-native chinese people ruled all of china. in the historiography of mongolia, it is generally considered to be the continuation of the mongol empire. mongols are widely known to worship the eternal heaven, and according to the traditional mongolian ideology yuan is considered to be 'the beginning of an infinite number of beings, the foundation of .

  • jeholopterus

    the type species is based on holotype ivpp v12705, a nearly complete specimen from the daohugou beds of ningcheng county in the neimongol inner mongolia autonomous region of china. the specimen is crushed into a slab and counterslab pair, so that parts of the specimen are preserved on one side of a split stone and some on the other.