Results 1-3 of 39
After the fall of the T'ang dynasty (6 1 8-907), it became the capital of the
independent Ch'u state and later fell to the Later T'ang dynasty (923-937).
Between 750 and 1 100, as Ch'ang-sha became an important commercial city,
the population ...
Its growth resulted from the development of the K'ai-luan coal mines, some 75
miles (120 km) to the southwest at T'ang- shan in the early 1880s. By the end of
the 1 9th century, much of the production of these mines was exported to other ...
China 226 Major Chinese dynasties (continued) personal name, or native (e.g.,
Mongol) name posthumous name, or shih temple name, or miao-hao years of
reign T'ang Dynasty (Capital at Ch'ang-an) Li Yuan Li Shih-min Li Chin Li Hsien,
What people are saying - Write a review
The New Encyclopaedia Britannica (Encyclopaedia)User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
For virtually all its 238 years,Britannica has ruled the shelves as a peerless general encyclopedia. Reviewers have consistently given it high marks for most of the 12 criteria identified inKister's ... Read full review