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Uighur Empire (744-840) according to the Tʻang dynastic histories.

Colin Mackerras

Uighur Empire (744-840) according to the Tʻang dynastic histories.

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Published by Centre of Oriental Studies, Australian National University in Canberra .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • Uighur (Turkic people),
    • China -- History -- Tʻang dynasty, 618-907.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS2 .A9 no. 8
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 187 p.
      Number of Pages187
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5156318M
      LC Control Number74402965

      Most of the materials on the history of Manichaeism during the time of the East Uighur empire are Chinese sources (Chinese works and the Karabalgasun inscription) which are Author: Takao Moriyasu.


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In a pattern similar to that of earlier and later nomadic confederations on the northern frontiers of China, the Turkic Uighurs intervened actively in Chinese affairs and.

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Despite his best efforts this man failed toFile Size: KB. The Uighur scribal culture would later become the basis for writing Mongolian. After the disintegration of this Uighur empire, some of its survivors created the kingdom of Kocho (Gaochang) (ca.

), whose urban centers were in the Turfan oasis north of the Taklamakan desert astride the northern branch of the Silk Road. part from the book 'Lost continent of MU', 'Children of MU' by James Churchward: The Uyghur Empire was possibly the first, and unquestionably the largest, most important, and most powerful of all.

The second of the great nomad empires of Mongolia lasted from toand its capital was Karabalghasun on the High Orkhon River. For some years before its foundation, the Uighur leader, known to the Chinese as Ku-li p'ei-lo, had been consolidating the power of his own clan, the Yaghlakar, among the various Uighur tribes; and inhe led a coalition of Uighur.

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There were a lot of civil wars about who should be the khan. Inthe T’ang Dynasty Chinese emperors hired a Kyrgyz army to invade the Uighur empire; the Kyrgyz killed the last Uighur khan, Oge, and that was the end of the Uighur empire.

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