De Crespigny, Rafe
For more than fifty years of the third century A.D., from 229
to 280, the emperors of the state of Wu 吴 ruled over South China.
Their territory comprised the area of the modern Chinese provinces
of Chekiang, Fukien, Kiangsi, Hunan, Kwangtung, Kwangsi, the southern
parts of Kiangsu, Anhwei and Hupeh, together with the coastal regions
of presentday Vietnam. In this period, known as the 'Three Kingdoms',
a Chinese imperial government was set up south of the Yangtse,
enforcing a great...[Show more]
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