Wuxing County: The county was established in the Zhou Dynasty . During the Three Kingdoms period, Wu Guobao Ding was set up in the first year (Bingji, 266 AD). The government was located in Wucheng (now Wuxing, Zhejiang), taking the meaning of the prosperity of Wu Guo. From Lin'an, Zhejiang Province to Yixing, Jiangsu Province. In the early years of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (Yiyi, 405 AD), it moved to Wuxing (now Wuxing, Zhejiang). At that time, the jurisdiction was in the northwest of Lin'an City, Huzhou City, Yuyao City, Hangzhou City, and Deqing County. County in Yixing, Jiangsu. In the second year of Renshou of the Sui Dynasty (Reign, 602 AD), it was renamed Huzhou because of its location near Taihu Lake. During the Tang Dynasty , Huzhou was also changed to Wuxing County. Nan'an County: The county was established during the Western Han Dynasty, and it was ruled by Didao (now Longxi, Gansu). In the 5th year of the Eastern Han Dynasty , the reign of Hanyang County was relocated in Zhongping for five years (Wuchen, AD 188), and the government office was also in Didao (now the south bank of Weishui, Longxi, Gansu). Area. During the Southern and Northern Dynasties, Liang Guotian Jian (AD 502-519) also set up Nan'an County. At that time, the jurisdiction was in the counties in the western part of Gansu Province. It was one of the three counties in the province, and it governed Xing, Quan and Zhang. In the ninth year of the Sui Dynasty, the county was changed into a county.
Yao surname was given due to the peach totem. The "Zhao" person is "Peach". Yan Di 's Kuafu branch uses monkey (lifting father) as totem, peach as Dengmu, peach as scepter, day by day in Taolinsai (Lingbao), and Yangping as Taodu, with big peach as the sundial sky pole. Tiangan Riying (Sunscape) operates as an "S" shape, that is, a "child" of "zhao". Each season has its own heaven and earth, and it is marked as an "X" sign. Taodu is Yaoxu. According to legend, Shun was born in Yaoxu and got the surname of Yao, which is indeed the surname of the ancestors of the Kuafu family.
According to the latest statistics at the Global Chinese Grand Prix Shundi Conference held in Lingling, Hunan, in 2005, there are as many as 60 surnames derived from the Yao surname, such as Chen, Wang, Hu, Sun, Yu, Tian, Yuan, Che, Surnames such as Lu are spread in more than 50 countries and regions in the world. If Yao's descendants are changed to include the Yao's descendants , the outstanding figures of the Yao's clan will be countless. It is one of the most prominent surnames. One. On the surface, the number of Yao surnames is in the dozens. In fact, including the Yao clan who changed their surnames from Yao surnames, it surpassed the Chinese surnames such as Wang, Li, Zhang, and Liu. Yao is the most important surname. According to the latest statistics, there are more than 100 surnames  of the descendants of Emperor Shun, with a population of 260 million, distributed around the world.
Yao (yáo) surname originated
1. Originated from the surnames Yao and Xun, Shun You was born in Yao Di and named Yao as his surname. 2. Called Yao's, passed down from generation to generation, historically called Yao's authentic. 3. From the surname. According to the records of road history , Yao Guo was the descendant of the Shang clan during the Spring and Autumn Period. 4. Originated from the Dai nationality, from Yao Gezhong, the chief of Xibei Shao in the late Han Dynasty. 5. Originating from the Mongolian ethnic group , it originated from the Yuer tribe of the Mongolian ethnic group in the Yuan and Ming dynasties. 6. Originating from the Manchu nationality, from the Jurchen priestess of the Jin Dynasty, the family name was changed to Han. 7. Originated from the Deang tribe, from the Raang clan of the Deang tribe during the Ming Dynasty . 8. Originated from other ethnic minorities, and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the last name. Today, the Miao , Shui , Dai, Lahu , Yi , Tujia , Zhuang , Bai , Russian and other ethnic minorities all have Yao clan distribution.
Yu Shun, Chen Zhongjing, Yao Gezhong.
The Yao family is a multi-ethnic, multi-source family of surnames. It ranks sixty-two on today's surname rankings. It belongs to the big surname series, with a population of about 5,046,000, accounting for about 0.31% of the total population of the country. .
The distribution and migration of Yao in history: During the pre-Qin period, Yao's main areas of activity were in Henan and Shandong. During the Qin and Han dynasties, the surname of Yao had been broadcast to all parts of the north and the provinces of Jiangnan. The rise of the surname of Yao in the northwest and the entry into the Central Plains greatly increased the number of people in the surname of Yao. At the same time, the surname of Yao in the Lishui area of Gansu went south to Sichuan and the southwest. On the two trips to the southeast of the Tang Dynasty , Yao began to enter Fujian and Guangdong. Yao entered Taiwan in the early Ming Dynasty. During the Song Dynasty, Yao had a population of 320,000, accounting for 0.41% of the country's population, ranking 56th in the big family. Yao's largest province is Hebei, which accounts for about 25% of Yao's total population. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Hebei, Zhejiang, Shaanxi, and Jiangsu. These four provinces account for about 60% of the total population of Yao, followed by Sichuan, Shanxi, Guangxi, Anhui, Henan, and Jiangxi. At that time, Hebei, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shaanxi were the three major gathering centers of the surname Yao. During the Ming Dynasty, Yao had about 550,000 people, accounting for 0.59% of the country's population, and it was the 33rd largest surname of the Ming Dynasty. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Zhejiang and Jiangsu. The two surnames Yao account for about 45% of the total population of Yao, followed by Guangdong, Jiangxi, Anhui, and Shanxi. Zhejiang is the largest province with the surname of Yao, accounting for about 32% of the total population of the surname of Yao. For more than 600 years during the Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties, Yao's population moved mainly to the southeast. The center of gravity of Yao's population drifted from north to southeast. Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Jiangxi and Anhui are dense areas of Yao.
The distribution and map of contemporary Yao surnames: The population of contemporary Yao surnames has reached over 4.1 million, which is the 62nd surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.33% of the national population. In the 1000 years since the Song Dynasty, the increase rate of Yao's population has been rampant. The distribution nationwide is currently concentrated in Anhui, Guangdong, and Jiangsu provinces , accounting for about 25% of the total population of Yao, followed by Zhejiang, Henan, Sichuan, Hebei, Hubei, and Hunan. These six provinces have concentrated another 33% Population of Yao. Anhui is the largest province of contemporary Yao surname, with 8.6% of the total population living in Yao surname. Two high- gathering areas with the surname of Yao, centered on Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Guangdong, have been formed throughout the country. During the 600 years from the Ming Dynasty to the present, the migration of Yao's population from southeast to central, north, and west was very strong, which was greater than the migration from north to south. The schematic diagram of the distribution frequency of Yao surnames in the population shows that: Yao surnames are widely distributed, but uneven. In Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shanghai, northwestern Jiangxi, eastern and northwestern Hubei, western and northeastern Hunan, most of Guangdong, Guigui, eastern Yunnan, southwestern Sichuan, southern Chongqing, southern Fujian, central Shaanxi, western Henan, southern Ningxia, Gansu In the east, southwestern part of the mountain, east and west of Heilongjiang, Yao's share of the local population generally exceeds 0.44%, of which the central area can reach more than 0.8%. The above area covers approximately 19.4% of the total land area and inhabits approximately 50%. Yao's crowd. In Qinghai Lake and other areas east of the Hengduan Mountains in Yunnan, Yao's share of the local population is between Q.22% and o.44%. The area covered above accounts for about 45.3% of the total land area and inhabits about 49. % Of the Yao family.
Shengrentang: Emperor Shun is the emperor of the most benevolent and holy Ming.
Yao's family name was "Wuxing" and "Nan'an" as their hall names.