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Padmasambhava
 
Lhomon
Tibetan Empire 600s - 1000s 400s
Rouran
   
   
Göktürk Khaganate Mong 552 - 747 195
         
Uyghur Khaganate Mongolia 742 - 1036 294
   

Fujiwara dynasty 856 - 1086 230

Kofun
Asuka Period 538 - 710 172
Nara Period
Heian Period 794 - 1185 391
 
Later 3
 
 
Balhae Kingdom Korea 698 - 926 228
 
 
North South States Korea 698 - 935 237
 
 
Unified Silla Kingdom Korea 668 - 935 267
 
Silla Kingdom of Korea 57 BC - 935 AD 992
   
Goguryeo 668
 
Gog
 
Baekje 660
 
Baekje
 
   
Sui
Tang 618 - 908 290
   
Empire of China
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Southern & Northern Dynasties 386 - 588 202
Northern Dynasties
386 - 588
202
499 - 515 16 Yuan Ke Xuan Wu Di
516 - 28
12 Yuan Xu Xiao Ming Di
528
Yuan ZhaoYouzhu
528 - 30
2 Yuan Ziyou Xiao Zhuang Di
530 - 1
1 Yuan Ye Chang Guang Wang
531 - 2
1 Yuan Gong Jie Min Di
531 - 2
1 Yuan Lang An Ding Wang
532 - 5
3 Yuan Xiu Xiao Wu Di
534 - 50
16 Eastern Wei
534 - 50
16 Xiao Ji ng Di
535 - 56
21 Western Wei
535 - 51
16 Yuan Baoju Wen Di
552 - 4
2 Yuan Qin Fei Di
554 - 6
2 Tuoba Kuo Gong Di
550 - 77
27 North Qi
550 - 9
9 Gao Yang Wen Xuan Di
559 - 60
1 Gao Yin Fei Di
560 - 1
1 Gao Yan Xiao Zhao Di
561 - 5
4 Gao Dan Wu Cheng Di
565 - 77
12 Gao Wei Hou Zhu
577
Gao Heng You Zhu
577 - 9
2 Gao Shaoyi Fan Yang Wang
557 - 81
24 Northern Zhou
557 Yuwen Jue Xiao Min Di
557 - 60 3 Yuwen Yu Ming Di
561 - 78 16 Yuwen Yong Wu Di
578 - 9 1 Yuwen Yun Xuan Di
579 - 81 2 Yuwen Chan Jing Di
Southern Dynasties
420 - 588
168
499 - 501 2 Xiao BaojuanMarquess of Donghun Dong Hun Hou
501 - 2
1 Xiao Baorong Emperor He of Southern Qi He Di
502 - 56
54 Liang
502 - 49
47 Xiao Yan Emperor Wu of Liang Wu Di
549 - 51
2 Xiao Gang jiān wén dì Emperor Jianwen of Liang Jianwen Di
551 - 2
1 Xiāo dòngyù zhāng wáng Prince of Yuzhang Yu Zhang Wang
552 - 5
xiāo yì Emperor Yuan of Liang Yuan Di
555
xiāo yuān míng Marquess of Zhenyang Zhen Yang Hou
555 - 7
xiāo fāng zhì Emperor Jing of Liang Jing Di
557 - 88
31 Chen
557 - 9 2 Chen Baxian Emperor Wu of Chen Wu Di
559 - 66 7 Chen Qian Emperor Wen of Chen Wen Di
566 - 8 2 Chen Bozong Emperor Fei of Chen Fei Di
569 - 82 13 Chen Xu Emperor Xuan of Chen Xuan Di
583 - 9 6 Chen Shubao Houzhu
Chieftains, Dukes & Kings of Chouchi, Wuxing & Yinping 190s - 555?
Kings of Wuxing
473 - 506
33 & 534 - 555 21
503 - 6 3 , 534 5 1 Yang Shaoxian
535 - 45 10 Yang Zhihui
545 - 53 8 Yang Pixie
Kings of Yinping 陰平王
477 - 555
78
502 - 11 9 Yang Mengsun
511 -  555 44 Yang Ding
Trinh 1
539 78
39
Northern & Southern Dynasties 南北朝
Nan (Southern) Liang Dynasty 南梁 555 - 87 32
555 - 62 7 Xiao Cha Xuan Di Zhong Zong
562 - 85 23 Xiao KuiXiao Ming Di Shi Zong
585 - 7 2 Xiao Cong Xiao Jing Di
500 BC - 600 AD 1100 Lhomon or Monyul in Tibet, Bhutan & Burma
Sui Dynasty
581 - 619
37
@Changan
581 - 604 23 Yáng Jiān Wén Dì
589 China reunified under Sui Dynasty (589 - 618 29).
598 - 614 16 GoguryeoSui Wars in Korea
588 - 9 1 ChenSui Wars
Southern & Northern Dynasties
420 - 588
168
Southern Dynasties
420 - 588
168
479 - 501 22 Southern Qi
502 - 56
54 Liang
557 - 88
31 Chen
Northern Dynasties
386 - 588
22
386 - 533 47 Northern Wei
534 - 49
15 Eastern Wei
535 - 57
22 Western Wei
550 - 77
27 Northern Qi
557 - 88
31 Northern Zhou
535 Qi Min Yao Shu in Significant to history of agriculture, Chinese author Jia Sixia wrote treatise, & although it quotes 160 previous Chinese agronomy books, it is oldest existent Chinese agriculture treatise. In over one hundred thousand written Chinese characters, book covered land preparation, seeding, cultivation, orchard management, forestry, animal husbandry, trade, & culinary uses for crops.
510s Zen Buddhism enters Vietnam from China.
510s Haniwa, from Kyoto, is made during Kofun period
580 - 651 71 Dayi Daoxin. fourth Chán Buddhist Patriarch
487 - 593 106 Dazu Huike 2nd Chán Buddhist Patriarch
500 Shilpa Shastras
589 1st reference to use of toilet paper Chinese scholarofficial Yan Zhitui makes the
549 - 623 74 Jizang Buddhist monk & scholar, founder of Three Treatise School

 

Sui Dynasty
581 - 619
37
605 - 17 12 Yáng Guǎng Yáng Dì
617 - 8 11 Yáng Yòu Gōng Dì
618 Yáng Hào none awarded
618 - 9 1 Yáng Tóng Gōng Dì
613 - 28 15 Transition from Sui to Tang in China
Tang Dynasty
618 907 288
China
618 Tang Dynasty of China initiated by Li Yuan.
618 - 904 282 Changan
904 - 7 3 Luoyang
618 - 26
8 yuan Gao Zu (KaoTsu)
627 - 49
22 li shi min Tai Zong (TaiTsung)
629 - 30 1 Tang / Göktürks War against Eastern Tujue, Chinese Tang Dynasty forces under commanders Li Jing & Li Shiji destroy Göktürk Khanate
630 Chinese occupy Mongolia (Eastern Turkic Khanate).
630s After sailing from Ethiopia, Sa`d ib n Abi Waqqas brings first Quran to China, & establishes first Islamic mosque of China in Guangzhou in the.
634 - 5 1 Tang / Tuyuhun War
635 - 49 14 Alopen Persian Christian priest introduces Nestorian Christianity into China.
636 Xumi Pagoda in Zhengding
638 Emperor Taizong (627649) issues an edict of universal toleration of religions; Nestorians build a church in Changan.
638 Battle of Songzhou TangTufan War
640 - 8 8 TangXiyu War
645 - 68 23 GoguryeoTang Wars in Korea Goguryeo fell to a joint attack by Tang China & Unified Silla of Korea, latter of which held Goguryeo domains.
645 - 6 1 TangXueyantuo Wars
650 1st Chinese Paper money issued.
651 Tang annex Western Khanate
659 Chinese Tang Dynasty under Emperor Gaozong of Tang defeats Western Turkic Kaganate
650 - 83 33 Gaozong li zhi Gao Zong (KaoTsung)
649 - 83 24 Chinese Emperor Gaozong permits establishment of Christian monasteries in each of 358 prefectures.
659 Chinese forces penetrate into Transoxiana (Western Turkic Khanate).
663 Battle of Baekgang Tang Dynasty of China & Korean Silla Kingdom gain victory against Korean Baekje Kingdom & their Yamato Japanese allies in naval.
670 - 6 6 SillaTang War in Korea
684, 705 710 Li Xianor Li Zhe Zhong Zong (ChungTsung)
684 90, 710 2
li dan Rui Zong (JuiTsung)
690 Pro Buddhist imperial consort Wu Zetian seizes power & rules as Empress of China
690 - 705 Wu Zetian Only female Emperess 624 - 705 81
690 - 705
15 2nd Zhou
690 - 705 15 Wǔ ZhàoWu Ze Tian
691 Buddhism State Religion
698 Active but unofficial antiChristian persecution begins in China
Tuyuhun
285 - 670
385
597 - 635 38 Busabo Khan Mùróng Fúyǔn
635 Zhugulüwugandou Khan & Daning Wang & Xiping Jun Wang Mùróng Shùn
635 - 72 37 Wudiyebaledou Khan & Heyuan Jun Wang Mùróng Nuòhébō
630 - 40 Chinese subdue Tarim Basin.
641 King Songtsen Gampo Unifies Tibet
682 Revolt of Turks against Chinese & reestablishment of Turkic Khanate in Mongolia.
691 reestablishment of Eastern Turkic Khanate in Tarim Basin.
686 mongolian Kitan from Manchuria raid China
571 - 649 78 Li Jing General who conquered Eastern Turkic Khaganate & defeated Tuyuhun Kingdom
594 - 669 75 Li Shiji General & later prime minister
591 - 667 76 Su Dingfang General of Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty who succeeded in destroying Western Turkic Khaganate
602 - 64 62 Xuan Zang (aka HsuanTsang) traveled from China to India, before returning to Chang An in China to translate Buddhist scriptures.
600s Worlds population shrinks to about 208 million people.
600s Guangzhou, China, becomes a major international seaport, hosting maritime travelers from Egypt, East Africa, Arabia, Persia, India, Sri Lanka, & South East Asia, including Muslims, Jews, Hindus, & Nestorian Christians.
? - 606 Jianzhi Sengcan 3rd Chán Buddhist Patriarch
684 Changan Prince Yides tomb, towers
Tang Dynasty
618 - 907 288
705 Overthrow of Empress Wu Zetian, reign of Chinas first & only soleruling empress ends.
Nara Period
710 - 94
84
710 li3 chong mao4 Shang Di
712 - 56 44 Xuanzong li long2 ji1Xuan Zong height of Tang cultural influence
712 Metropolitan epicopal see is established by Assyrian Church in Chinese capital of Changan.
742 For municipal census of Tang Dynasty Chinese capital city Changan & its metropolitan area of Jingzhou Fu (including small towns in vicinity), New Book of Tang records that in this year there were 362,921 registered families with 1,960,188 persons.
744 Chinese Tang dismantle Turk empire
748 Chinese invade Ferghana Valley.
748 Chinese Buddhist monk Jian Zhen writes in his Yue Jue Shu of international sea traffic coming to Guangzhou, ships from Borneo, Persia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, & others bringing tons of goods.
751 Battle of Talas in ArabChinese War Arabs defeat Chinese in high Pamirs near Samarkand, & conquer Central Asia completely. Tajikistan
750s papermaking introduced from China to Arabs.
750s Camel Carrying a Group of Musicians, from a tomb near Xian, Shanxi, is made. Tang dynasty. It is now kept at Museum of Chinese History, Beijing.
756 - 62 6 li3 heng1Su Zong
756 - 63 7 An Shi Rebellion China
758 Arab & Persian pirates & travelers burn & loot Chinese city of Guangzhou, while Tang Dynasty authorities shut port down for next five decades.
762 - 7917 Tai Tsong li3 yu4 Dai Zong
780 - 805 25 Dezong li3 gua1 De Zong
781 Nestorian Monument
782 Buddhist monk Prajna reaches Changan & enlists help of Christian bishop Ching Ching (Adam) in translating sutras into Chinese.
785 Tang Dynasty begins landing regular maritime missions on coast of East Africa, cutting out middlemen Arab sea merchants.
Tibetan Empire
618 - 842
224
677 - 704 27 Tridu Songtsän
704 - 54 50 Tride Tsuktsän
756 - 804 50 Trisong Detsän
First Emperor of Tibet
774 Padmasambhava 732 804 72 enters Tibet inventor of Tibetan Buddhism Tantric master who created vajrayana buddhism in Tibet
797 - 9 2 Muné Tsenpo
638 - 713 75 Dajian Huineng, sixth & last Patriarch of Chán Buddhism
683 - 727 43 Yi Xing Chinese Buddhist monk applies a clockwork escapement mechanism to operate & rotate his astronomical celestial globe.
712 - 70 58 Du Fu Poet
697 - 781 84 Guo Ziyi, who ended An Shi Rebellion & was revered as best general in East Asia during his lifetime.
706 - 83 77 Han Gan Painter
730 - 805 75 Jia Dan Official, Cartographer, Geographer
701 - 62 61 Li Po Poet
785 - 805 20 Chinese geographer Jia Dan describes large lighthouse pillars built in Persian Gulf, which is confirmed a century later by alMasudi & alMuqaddasi.
750s Great Wild Goose Pagoda at Cien Temple, Xian, Shanxi, is rebuilt.
755 - 63 8 An Shi Rebellion devastates China during mid Tang Dynasty.
700s Giant Wild Goose Pagoda in Xian, China is extended by 5 stories.
700s An Lushan military leader of Sogdian & Tujue origin, led An Shi Rebellion China from 755 to 763
742 Great Xian Mosque china
Tang Dynasty
618 - 907 288
713 - 803 90 Leshan Giant Buddha in Tang Dynasty China is complete, after 90 years of rockcarving on a massive cliffside.
805 li3 song4 Shun Zong
806 - 20 14 li3 chun2 Xian Zong
813 China Reunited
821 - 4 3 Han Yu li3 heng2Mu Zong
824 - 6 2 li3 zhan4Jing Zong
826 - 40 14 li3 ang2Wen Zong
835 Ganlu Incident
840 - 6 6 li3 yan2Wu Zong
845 Buddhism Banned
846 - 59 13 Xuānzong li3 chen2Xuan Zong considered last capable emperor of Tang Dynasty.
859 - 73 14 li3 cui3Yi Zong
863 Chinese author Duan Chengshi describes slave trade, ivory trade, & ambergris trade of Somalia in East Africa.
868 1st known printed book, Diamond Sutra, printed in China using woodblock printing
873 - 88 15 li3 xuan1Xi Zong
875 - 84 9 Huang Chao leads an unsuccessful rebellion against Tang Dynasty in China.
888 - 904 16 li3 ye4Zhao Zong
846 Kirghiz drive Uighurs west to Tarim Basin
800s Gunpowder by Taoist Alchemists
? - 876 Wang Xianzhi
787 - 850 63 Li Deyu China. Official
800s - 900s 100 1st Pound Lock is invented by Chinese engineer Qiao Weiyo, improving canal lock system.
800s - 900s 3 of 4 Great Books of Song are published (the last one in 1013), which were enormous Chinese encyclopedias having millions of written Chinese characters each.
? - 884 Huang Chao
780 - 849 69 Niu Sengru Official
800s Although in a short time Tang Dynasty was resurgented, government controlled by eunuchs backslided, lots of infightings broke up, finally weakened by Huang Chao seriosly & dissolved.
Tang Dynasty
618 - 907 288
904 - 7 3 li3 zhu4 Zhao Xuan Di(
5 Dynasties & 10 Kingdoms 907 60 53
Ten Kingdoms
Wu Yue Kingdom 吴越
904 - 78
74
904 - 32 28 Qian Liu wu su wang tai zu
932 - 41 9 Qian Yuanguanwen mu wang Shi Zong
941 - 7 6 Qian Zuo zhong xian wang Cheng Zong
947 Qian Zongzhong xun wang Did not exist
947 - 78 31 Qian Chuzhong yi wang Did not exist
5 Dynasties & 10 Kingdoms
907 - 60
53
Ten Kingdoms
Min Kingdom 闽 909 - 45 36 including Yin Kingdom 殷 943 - 5 2
909 - 25 16 Wang Shenzhi zhong1 yi wang tai zu
925 - 6 1 Wang Yanhan Did not existDid not exist
926 - 35 9 Wang Yanjun Hui Di Tai Zong
935 - 9 4 Wang Jipeng tedious Kang Zong
939 - 44 5 Wang Ynxi tedious Jing Zong
943 - 5 2 Wang YanzhengTian De Di Did not exist
5 Dynasties & 10 Kingdoms
907 - 60
53
Ten Kingdoms
Jing Nan 荆南 or Nan Ping Kingdom 南平 906 - 63 57
909 - 28 19 Gao Jixingwu xin wang Did not exist
928 - 48 20 Gao Conghui wen xin wang Did not exist
948 - 60 12 Gao Baorong yi wang Did not exist
960 - 2 2 Gao Baoxushi zhong Did not exist
962 - 3 1 Gao Jichong Did not exist Did not exist
5 Dynasties & 10 Kingdoms
907 - 60
53
Ten Kingdoms
Chu Kingdom 楚 897 - 951 54
897 - 930 33 Ma Yinwu mo wang Did not exist
930 - 2 2 Ma Xishengheng yang wang Did not exist
932 - 47 15 Ma Xifanwen zhao wang Did not exist
947 - 50 3 Ma Xiguangfei wang Did not exist
950 Ma Xi Egong xiao wang Did not exist
950 - 1 1 Ma Xichong Did not exist Did not exist
906 End of Tang dynasty in China.
932 Turkic Qarakhanid dynasty is established, with its initial center in Kashgar.
Wu
904 37
33
904 - 5 1 Yang Xingmi xiao wu di tai zu
905 - 8 3 Yang Wojing di lie zong
908 - 21 13 Yang Longyan xuan di gao zu
921 - 37 16 Yang Purui di Did not exist

907 - 60 53 Chinese Civil War (Five Dynasties & Ten Kingdoms)
Qian (Former) Shu Kingdom
907 - 25
18
907 - 18 11 Wang Jian tedious gao1 zu3
918 - 25 7 Wang YanDid not existhou4 zhu3

Liao
907 - 1125
218
907 - 26 19 Yelü Abaoji tediousTaizu
926 - 47 21 Yēlǜ Déguāng tedious Taizong
947 - 51 4 Ruǎn tedious Shizong
951 - 69 18 Yēlǜ Jǐng tedious Muzong
969 - 82 13 Yēlǜ Xián tedious Jingzong
982 - 1031 49 Yēlǜ Lóngxùtedious Shengzong
5 Dynasties & 10 Kingdoms
907 - 60
53
907 - 23 16 Liang
907 - 12
5 Taizu of Later Liang Zhū Wēn Xiànwǔ Taìzǔ
912 - 3
1 Zhu Yougui
913 - 23
10 Zhū Zhèn Mòdì
923 - 36
13 Tang
923 - 6
3 Lǐ CúnxùToo tedious thus not used when referring to this sovereign Zhuang Zong
926 - 33
13 Lǐ Sìyuán or Lǐ Dǎn Ming Zong
933 - 4
1 Lǐ Cónghòu Min Di Did not exist
934 - 6
2 Lǐ Cóngkē Mo Di Did not exist
936 - 46
10 Jin
936 - 42
6 Shi Jingtang tedious Gao Zu
942 - 7
5 Shi Chonggui Chu Di Did not exist
947 - 50
3 Han
947 - 8
1 Liu Zhiyuan tedious Gao Zu
948 - 50
2 Liu Chengyou Yin Di Did not exist
951 - 60
9 Zhou
951 - 4
3 Guo Wei tedious Tai Zu
954 - 9
5 Chai Rong tedious Shi Zong
959 - 60
1 Chai Zongxun Gong Di Did not exist
907 - 79
72 Ten Kingdoms
915 - 1125 210 Liao Dynasty Shangjing
Song Dynasties
960 - 1279
319
Bei (Northern) Song dynasty 北宋 960 - 1127
960 - 1127 167 Bianjing
960 - 76 16 Zhao Kuangyin Taizu
976 - 97 21 Zhao Kuangyi Taizong
997 - 1022 25 Zhao Heng Zhenzong
Nan (Southern) Han Kingdom 南汉 917 - 71 54
917 - 25 8 Liú Yán or Liú Yǎn gao1 zu3
941 - 3 2 Liú Fēn shang1 di4 Did not exist
943 - 58 15 Liú Shèng tedious zhong1 zong1
958 - 71 13 Liú Chǎng Did not existhou4 zhu3

Dongdan
926 - 36
10
Balhae
Hou (Later) Shu 后蜀 934 - 65 31
934 Meng Zhixiang tedious gao1 zu3
938 - 65 27 Did not exist hou zhu

Nan (Southern) Tang Kingdom 南唐 937 - 75 38
937 - 43 6 Li Bian tedious xian zhu or Lie Zu
943 - 61 18 Li Jing tedious zhong zhu or Yuan Zong|
961 - 75 14 li3 yu4wu3 wang2 Hou Zhu

Captaincy General of Quanzhang 泉漳節度使
945 - 62 17 Liu Cong xiao Captain General of Quanzhang
962 Liu Shaozi Captain General of Quanzhang
962 - 3 1 Zhang Hansi Captain General of Quanzhang
963 - 78 15 Chen Hongjin Captain General of Quanzhang

Captaincy General of Wuping/Hunan
950 - 3 3 Liu Yan Captain General of Wuping
953 - 6 3 Wang Kui Captain General of Wuping|
956 - 62 6 Zhou Xingfeng Captain General of Hunan
962 - 3 1 Zhou Baoquan Captain General of Hunan

Bei (Northern) Han Kingdom 北汉 951 - 79 28
951 - 4 3 Liu Minshen wu di shi zu
954 - 70 16 Liu Chengjunxiao he di rui zong
970 Liu Jien Did not exist shao zhu
970 - 82 12 Liu Jiyuan ying wu di Did not exist

977 armillary sphere invented by Zhang Sixun, Chinese astronomer & mechanical engineer
Zhang Sixun of China uses for first time liquid mercury (element) instead of water to power escapement mechanism rotating an armillary sphere, since liquid mercury does not freeze easily like water during winter, & does not rust metal parts
900s - 1100s 200 Seated Guaryin Bodhisattva, is made. Liao dynasty. It is now kept at NelsonAtkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri.
? - 1000 Huyan Zan General
919 - 67 48 Li Cheng Landscape Painter
925 - 96 71 Li Fang Encyclopedist
900s Fire Arrows are invented by Chinese, along with use of first blackpowder impregnated fuses for igniting blast of doublepiston flamethrowers which employed Greek Fire, an imported good from Arabia in early part of century.
919 Battle of Wolf Mountain River first use of gunpowder in battle occurred with Chinese Battle of Langshan Jiang (Wolf Mountain River), where naval fleet of WenMuKing defeated Chien Yuan Kuan because Wen had used fire oil (huo yóu, 火油) of gunpowderfuse ignited flamethrowers to burn Chiens fleet.
963 - 1004 41 Li Jiqian Rebelturnedjiedushi of Song Dynasty
996 Niujie Mosque china
Yenisei Kirghiz Tribe
539 - 1219 680
Turkik Khaganate
552 - 99
47
Orkhon Valley
552 - 603 51 First empire,
603 - 58 55 Double empire
658 - 81 23 Dark age
681 - 747 66 Second empire.
Ashina Clan
551 - 2 1 Bumin Qaghan
552 - 4 2 Issik Qaghan
554 - 72 18 Muqan Qaghan Khagan of Göktürk Empire from during which Sogdian influence reached its zenith
572 - 81 9 Taspar Qaghan
581 - 2 1 Amrak
581 - 7 6 Ishbara Qaghan
587 - 9 2 Bagha Qaghan
588 - 99 11 Tulan Qaghan
552 turkicspeaking khanate of Boumin or Kok ("Khan of blue Turks") defeats Mongols & extends its empire from Manchuria to Aral sea (Western & Eastern Khanate)
Yenisei Kirghiz Tribe
539 - 1219 680
Eastern Turkik Khaganate (Gokturks)
603 - 744
51

603 - 9 6 Yami Qaghan
611 - 9 8 Shibi Khan
619 - 21 2 Chuluo Khan
620 - 30 10 Illig Qaghan
639 - 45 6 Qilibi Khan
646 - 50 4 Chebi Khan
650 - ? Ashina Nishufu
Western Turkik Khaganate
593 - 659
66

581 - 603 22 Tardu
603 - 11 8 Heshana Khan
611 - 18 7 Sheguy
618 - 28 10 Tong
628 - ? Qulipiqie Khan &
628 - ? Siyehu Khan
Yenisei Kirghiz Tribe
539 - 1219 680
Eastern Turkik Khaganate (Gokturks)
603 - 744
51
744 Conquered by Uyghur Khaganate
Uyghur Khaganate
742 - 848
106
Mongolia.
742 - 848 106 Ordubaliq Founded as a successor of Göktürk Khaganate
848 - 1036 88 Gansu state, Turfan state.
744 - 7 3 Kuli peilo
744 turkicspeaking Uigurs, thanks to their alliance with Tang, conquer Eastern Khanate & expand from Lake Balkash to Lake Baykal, with capital in KaraBalgasun (first turkic alphabet)
747 - 59 12 Bayan Chur ^
759 - 79 20 Meiyu ^
759 - 80 21 Manichaeism State Religion
779 - 89 10 Tun bagha tarkhan v<
789 - 90 1 Tolossu ^
790 - 5 5 Acho ^
795 - 808 13 Ai tengride ülüg bulmïsh alp qutlugh ulugh bilge
744 OrduBaliq Castle
Yenisei Kirghiz Tribe
539 - 1219 680
Uyghur Khaganate
742 - 848 106
Mongolia.
795 - 808 13 Ai tengride ülüg bulmïsh alp qutlugh ulugh bilge
805 - 8 3 Ai tengride qut bulmïsh külüg bilge ^
808 - 21 13 Paoi ^
821 - 4 3 Chungte ^
824 - 32 8Qasar<
832 - 9 7 Hu ^
839 - 40 1 Hosa usurper
841 - 7 6 Öge ^
848 Conquered by Kyrgyz Tribe
840 Kirghiz replace Uighurs in Mongolia, who flee to Turfan to establish Uighur Kingdom.
Yenisei Kirghiz Tribe
539 - 1219 680
925 mongolian Kitan expand towards eastern Mongolia (driving away kyrgiz), most of Manchuria (their homeland, where they ruled over Jurchen), & most of northern China, & establish Liao dynasty
900 Samanids overthrow Saffarids, thus extending their rule into all of Persia.
Goguryeo Kingdom
37 - 668
631
Pyongyang
413 - 668
255
491 - 519 28 Naun Goun Munjamyeong
519 - 31 12 Heungan, Goan Anjang
531 - 45 14 Bojeong Gojeong Anwon
545 - 59 14 Pyeongseong Yangwon
559 - 90 31 Yangseong Tang Goyang Pyeongwon
590 - 618 28 Go Won Daewon Yeongyang
Goguryeo Kingdom
37 - 668
631
Pyongyang
413 - 668
255
590 - 618 28 Go Won Daewon Yeongyang
618 - 42 24 Go Geonmu Seong Gomu Yeongnyu
642 - 68 24 Go Jang Bojang Bojang

603 - 66 63 Yeon Gaesomun, Generalissimo of Goguryeo
698 935 237 North South States
719 - 37 18 Dae MuyeInan Mu
732 Balhae expedition to Tang China
737 - 93 56 Dae Heummu Mun Daeheung Boryeok
793 - 4 1 Dae Wonui
794 Dae Hwayeo Jung heung Seong
794 - 808 14 Dae Sungrin Jeongryeok Gang
808 - 12 4 Dae Wonyu Yeongdeok Jeong
812 - 7 5 Dae EonuiJujak Hui
817 - 8 1 Dae Myeong chung Taesi Gan
818 - 30 12 Dae InsuGeonheung Seon
830 - 57 27 Dae Ijin Hamhwa
857 - 71 14 Dae Geonhwang
871 - 95 24 Dae Hyeon seok Gyeong
895 - 906 11 Dae Wihae
Taebong Kingdom
901 - 18
17
Korea
901 - 18 17 Goguryeo
Goryeo Empire part of Korean Peninsula Gaegyeong, Ganghwa
918 - 1392 474 unification of Korean Peninsula.
900 - 36 36 Hubaekje
Goguryeo Kingdom
901 - 18
17
Korea
Later Goguryeo Kingdom
901 - 18 17
901 - 18 17 Gungye era Mutae
Seongchaek
SudeokManse
Jeonggae

Goryeo Kingdom
918 - 1392
474
918 - 43 25 Wang Geon (Kon)
993 1st GoryeoKhitan War
943 - 5 2 Wang Mu
945 - 9 4 Wang Yo
949 - 75 26 Wang So
975 - 81 6 Wang Yu
981 - 97 16 Wang Chi
997 - 1009 12 Wang Song
Silla Kingdom
57 BC - 935 AD
992
@ Gyeongju
Silla Language
Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Korean shamanism
Monarchy
500 - 14 14 Jijeung
514 - 40 26 Beopheung
540 - 76 36 Jinheung
576 - 9 3 Jinji
579 - 632 53 Jinpyeong
Baekje
18 - 660 642
501 - 23 22 Muryeong
523 - 54 31 Seong
554 - 98 44 Wideok
598 - 9 1 Hye
599 - 600 1 Beop
600 - 41 41 Mu
641 - 60 19 Uija
Gaya Confederacy
42 BC - 562 AD
604
Geumgwan Gaya
42 BC - 532
574
492 - 521 29 Gyeomji of Geumgwan Gaya
521 - 32 11 Guhyeong of Geumgwan
Gaya Daegaya
42 BCE - 562 CE
522
42 - ? 1 jinasi of Daegaya
? Geumnim of Daegaya
? Haji of Daegaya
?
? - ? Gasil of Daegaya
? Inoe of Daegaya
? - 562 Crown Prince Wolgwang orDoseolji of Daegaya

538 - 660 122 Sabi Castle (Korea)
Silla Kingdom
57 BC - 935 AD
992
@ Gyeongju
Silla Language
Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Korean shamanism
Monarchy
579 - 632 53 Jinpyeong
632 - 47 15 Seondeok
647 - 54 7 Jindeok
654 - 61 7 Muyeol
Post Unification
661 - 81 20
661 - 81 20 Munmu
681 - 91 10 Sinmun
692 - 702 10 Hyoso

663 Battle of Baekgang
Unified Silla
668 - 935
267
@ Gyeongju
Silla Language
Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Korean shamanism
Monarchy
692 - 702 10 Hyoso
702 - 37 35 King Seongdeok Great
737 - 42 5 Hyoseong
742 - 65 23 Gyeongdeok
765 - 80 15 Hyegong
780 - 5 5 Seondeok
785 - 98 13 Wonseong
798 - 800 2 Soseong
892 - 935 43 Later 3 Kingdoms of Korea
892 - 936 44 Hubaekje
892 - 936 44 War of Later Three Kingdoms
Unified Silla
668 - 935
267
@ Gyeongju
Silla Language
Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Korean shamanism
Monarchy
897 - 912 15 Hyogong
913 - 7 4 Sindeok
917 - 24 7 Gyeongmyeong
924 - 7 3 Gyeongae
927 - 35 8 Gyeongsun
Later Baekje
900 - 36
36
900 - 35 35 Gyeon Hwon
935 - 6 1 Singeom

Empire of Japan
660 BC - Present
2671
498 - 506 8 Wohatsuse WakasazakiEmperor Buretsu
507 - 31 24 Ōto/Hikofuto (Hikofuto no Mikoto/Ōdo no Sumera Mikoto) Keitai Possible founder of new dynasty
531 - 5 4 Hirokuni Oshitake Kanahi no Mikoto Ankan
535 - 9 4 Takeo Hirokuni Oshitate no Mikoto Senka
Asuka Period
539 - 715
176
539 - 71 32 Amekuni Oshiharuki Hironiwa no Sumera Mikoto Kimmei
552 Buddhism introduced to Japan from Baekje during Asuka period.
572 - 85 13 Osada no Nunakura no Futotamashiki no Mikoto Bidatsu
585 - 7 2 Ooe/Tachibana no Toyohi no Sumera Mikoto Yōmei
587 - 92 5 Hatsusebe no (Wakasasagi) Mikoto Sushun
500s Two syllabaries or kana are developed from simplified Chinese characters in Japan.
Empire of Japan
660 BC - Present
2671
Asuka Period
539 - 715
176
592 - 628 36 Nukatabe/Toyomike Kashikiyahime Empress Suiko First nonlegendary female emperor (Prince Shotoku acted as her regent)
573 - 621 48 Prince Shōtoku. Japanese statesman, philosopher, & writer of a 17 article constitution
629 - 41 12 Tamura (Oki Nagatarashihi Hironuka no Sumera Mikoto) Jomei
642 - 5 3 Takara (Ame Toyotakaraikashi Hitarashi Hime no Sumera Mikoto) Empress Kōgyokureigned twice
645 Karu (Ame Yorozu Toyohi no Sumera Mikoto) Kōtoku
655 - 61 6 Takara (Ame Toyotakaraikashi Hitarashi Hime no Sumera Mikoto)Empress SaimeiSecond reign of Empress Kōgyoku (35)
658 Two Chinese monks, Zhi Yu & Zhi You, reconstruct 3rd century South Pointing Chariot mechanical compassvehicle for Emperor Tenji of Japan.
661 - 72 11 Katsuragi/Nakanoooe (Ame Mikoto Hirakasuwake no Mikoto/Amatsu Mikoto Sakiwake no Mikoto) Tenji
672 Ōtomo Kōbun Posthumously named (1870) usurped by Temmu
672 Jinshin War
672 - 86 14 Ōama/Ohoshiama/Ōsama (Ame no Nunahara Oki no Mahito no Sumera Mikoto) Temmu
686 - 97 11 Unonosarara (Takama no Harahiro no Hime no Sumera Mikoto) Jitō
600s Shugendo evolves from Buddhism, Taoism, Shinto & other influences in mountains of Japan.
600s Main compound, Horyuji, Nara Prefecture, Japan is built. Asuka period.
600s Ki castle
Empire of Japan
660 BC - Present
2671
Asuka Period
539 - 715
176
697 - 707 10 Karu (Ame no Mamune Toyoohoji no Sumera Mikoto)Emperor Mommu
701 Taihō Code is enacted in late Asuka period Japan.
707 - 15 8 Ahe (Yamatoneko Amatsu Mishiro Toyokuni Narihime no Sumera Mikoto) Empress Gemmei
710 Empress Gemmei moves capital to Heijōkyū (present day Nara), initiating Nara period of Japan.
Nara Period
707 - 81 74
707 - 15 8 Ahe (Yamatoneko Amatsu Mishiro Toyokuni Narihime no Sumera Mikoto) Empress Gemmei
715 - 24 9 Hidaka/Niinomi (Yamatoneko Takamizu Kiyotarashi Hime no Sumera Mikoto)Empress Genshō
724 - 49 25 Obito (Ameshirushi Kunioshiharuki Toyosakurahiko no Sumera Mikoto)Emperor Shōmu
527 - 8 1 Iwai Rebellion
749 - 58 9 Abe (Yamatoneko no Sumera Mikoto)Empress Kōkenreigned twice
758 - 64 6 Ōi Emperor JunninPosthumously named (1870 dethroned by Shōtoku
764 - 70 6 Abe (Yamatoneko no Sumera Mikoto) Empress ShōtokuSecond reign of Empress Kōken (46),
764 - 70 6 Kōken, Empress of Japan from 749 to 758 & again with name Shōtoku from
770 - 81 11 Shirakabe (Amemune Takatsugi no Mikoto)Emperor Kōnin
Heian Period
781 - 1185 404
781 - 806 25 Yamabe (Yamatoneko Amatsu Hitsugi Iyaderi no Mikoto) Emperor Kammu
794 Emperor Kammu moves capital to Heiankyō (present day Kyoto), initiating Heian period of Japan.
688 - 763 75 Jianzhen or Ganjin, Chinese monk who helped to spread Buddhism in Japan
Empire of Japan
660 BC - Present
2671
Heian Period
781 - 1185 404
806 - 9 3 Ate (Yamatoneko Ameoshikuni Takahiko no Mikoto)Emperor Heizei
809 - 23 14 Kamino Saga
823 - 33 10 Ōtomo Junna
833 - 50 17 Masara Ninmyō
850 - 8 8 Michiyasu Montoku
858 - 76 18 Korehito Seiwa
876 - 84 8 Sadaakira Yōzei
884 - 7 3 Tokiyasu Kōkō
887 - 97 10 Sadami Uda
890s Womb World mandala, Toji, Kyoto, is made. Heian period.
Fujiwara
856 1086
230
800s Chess reaches Japan
Empire of Japan
660 BC - Present
2671
Heian Period
781 - 1185 404
897 - 930 33 Atsuhito Daigo
930 - 46 16 Yutaakira Suzaku
946 - 67 21 Nariakira Murakami
967 - 9 2 Norihira Reizei
969 - 84 15 Morihira Enyū
984 - 6 2 Morosada Kazan
986 - 1011 25 Yasuhito/Kanehito Ichijō