THE XIANBEI IN CHINESE HISTORY

@article{Holcombe2013THEXI,
  title={THE XIANBEI IN CHINESE HISTORY},
  author={C. Holcombe},
  journal={Early Medieval China},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013},
  pages={1 - 38}
}
Abstract The Xianbei were perhaps the most prominent of the various non-Chinese peoples active in north China during the Age of Division. They established a number of imperial dynasties there, some of which were admittedly no more than ephemeral footnotes to history, but others of which—notably including the Northern Wei—are commonly viewed as having been major dynasties, squarely in the legitimate line of Chinese dynastic succession. In addition, the Xianbei were also central to the origins of… Expand
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