|Sui (581-617) and Tang dynasties (618-907)||隋唐 [Sui2 Tang2]|
|(name of states and dynasties at several different periods), surname Qi||齊 [Qi2]|
|(name of states and dynasties at several different periods), surname Qi||齐 [Qi2]|
|a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)||变文 [bian4 wen2]|
|a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)||變文 [bian4 wen2]|
|An Lushan (703-757), famous general and favorite of Tang emperor Xuanzong 玄宗, eventually precipitated catastrophic An Shi rebellion 安史之亂|安史之乱 (755-763)||安祿山 [An1 Lu4 shan1]|
|An Lushan (703-757), famous general and favorite of Tang emperor Xuanzong 玄宗, eventually precipitated catastrophic An Shi rebellion 安史之亂|安史之乱 (755-763)||安禄山 [An1 Lu4 shan1]|
|ancient measuring vessel, fifty liters, dry measure for grain equal to five dou 五斗 (before Tang, ten pecks)||斛 [hu2]|
|another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史||梁唐晉漢周書 [Liang2 Tang2 Jin4 Han4 Zhou1 shu1]|
|another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史||梁唐晋汉周书 [Liang2 Tang2 Jin4 Han4 Zhou1 shu1]|
|Anthology of ci poems tunes (1795), edited by Xu Menglan 舒夢蘭|舒梦兰, with 100 accessible poems from Tang through to Qing times||白香詞譜 [Bai2 xiang1 ci2 pu3]|
|Anthology of ci poems tunes (1795), edited by Xu Menglan 舒夢蘭|舒梦兰, with 100 accessible poems from Tang through to Qing times||白香词谱 [Bai2 xiang1 ci2 pu3]|
|Bai Juyi (772-846), Tang dynasty poet||白居易 [Bai2 Ju1 yi4]|
|Bai Xingjian (c. 776-826), younger brother of Bai Juyi 白居易, Tang novelist and poet, author of novel Tale of courtesan Li Wa 李娃傳|李娃传||白行简 [Bai2 Xing2 jian3]|
|Bai Xingjian (c. 776-826), younger brother of Bai Juyi 白居易, Tang novelist and poet, author of novel Tale of courtesan Li Wa 李娃傳|李娃传||白行簡 [Bai2 Xing2 jian3]|
|branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鮮卑 nomadic people, founders of Wei 北魏 of the Northern Dynasties (386-534), also written 拓拔||拓跋 [Tuo4 ba2]|
|branch of the Xianbei 鮮卑|鮮卑 nomadic people, founders of Wei 北魏 of the Northern Dynasties (386-534), also written 拓跋||拓拔 [Tuo4 ba2]|
|capital of 府 prefecture (from Tang to Qing times), prefectural seat||府城 [fu3 cheng2]|
|change of dynasties||改朝 [gai3 chao2]|
|change of dynasties, clear out the old, bring in the new||鼎革 [ding3 ge2]|
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