Northern Frontier: The policies and strategy of the Later Han Empire
In presenting a history of the northern frontier during the period of Later Han, I have discussed in turn the major non-Chinese groups, from the Qiang in the northwest through the Xiongnu and their rivals the Xianbi in present-day Mongolia, to the Wuhuan who occupied the northeastern region of China Proper and the borderlands of Manchuria. In each case, I have sought to provide some account of the people themselves, and a discussion of the policies by which the Chinese attempted to deal...[Show more]
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