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rebel den of Nùng Trí Cao

James Anderson

rebel den of Nùng Trí Cao

loyalty and identity along the Sino-Vietnamese frontier

by James Anderson

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Published by University of Washington Press, In association with NUS Press in Seattle, Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nung, Tri Cao, -- ca. 1025-ca. 1055,
  • Vietnam -- History -- 939-1428,
  • China -- History -- Song dynasty, 960-1279,
  • Vietnam -- Boundaries -- China,
  • China -- Boundaries -- Vietnam,
  • Vietnam -- Relations -- China,
  • China -- Relations -- Vietnam

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 244-264) and index.

    StatementJames Anderson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS556.6 .A54 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 276 p. :
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18526360M
    ISBN 100295986891
    ISBN 109780295986890
    LC Control Number2006037840

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    Route of Nohng Chih Kao's Military Expeditions against the Chinese and Vietnamese [x] submitted The Rebel Den of Nung Tr Cao: Loyalty and Identity along the Sino pinyin: Nóng Zhìgāo, Vietnamese: Nùng Trí Cao) (–?) is a hero admired by the Nùng people of Vietnam, and Zhuang people of China. His father was the head. Dieu Thi Nguyen. Temple University The Rebel Den of Nùng Trí Cao: Loyalty and Identity along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier by James Anderson. Article. Full-text available. Book Reviews.

    Journal of Song-Yuan Studies is an annual publication devoted to promoting scholarship in all disciplines related to middle period China, with an especial focus on the Song, Liao, Jin, Xia, and Yuan dynasties. Print-only subscriptions to the journal are handled by the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley. Triệu Đà (r. BC), the founder of the dynasty, was an ethnic Chinese born in the Kingdom of Zhao, now Hebei province. He became military governor of Nanhai (now Guangdong) upon the death of Governor Ren Xiao in BC, just as the Qin Empire was collapsing. The Qin Governor of Canton advised Triệu to found his own independent kingdom since the area was remote and there were many.


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