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Bayesian

Distribution area

Qinghe County, Hebei

Historical source

Bei is one of the Chinese surnames and ranks 110th in the "100 Family Surnames ". The total population of Bayes has not entered the top 100 surnames in mainland China and Taiwan Province.

"Shell" originated

1. Derived from the surname of Ji , from Zhou Zi Wang Jizi Ji, descendant of the feudal kingdom, belonging to the name of the country. 2. Derived from the place name, from the ancient Beiqiu area, belongs to the name of Juyi.

Migration distribution

The total population of Bayesian population has not entered the top 100 surnames in mainland China and Taiwan Province, and it is also ranked as the 100th place in the Song version of "The Family". The ancestral ancestor of Baishi originated in the Western Zhou Dynasty . In ancient times , a son of King Zhou Wen was sealed in today's Hebei Province's Julu Shui, and the Lao Kingdom was established. The descendants of the Gong people named the country by the name of the country. Later, they removed the "Eup" Next to the word, change the surname "贝". Therefore, the surname "Bei" is also the surname of the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty , that is, the surname of Ji. Later, a group of Belle moved from Julushui, Hebei Province, to the southeast of Boxing County, Shandong Province today. Due to the increasing population of Belle, the place was called Beiqiu. Others who live in Beqiu have also been named "She" since then. Bayes later developed into the Wang family in Qinghe County, known as Qinghe County in the world.

Celebrities

Bei Yiyuan: (the year of birth and death to be tested), Wu Xingren (now Huzhou, Zhejiang). Famous Southern Calligrapher of the Liang Dynasty. Bei Yiyuan is good at calligraphy, his words are precise and powerful, and his gesture is agile. Bei Yiyuan is particularly good at big characters. To this day, "The Monument to the Emperor Xiaoxing and the Emperor Xiaoxing" and "The Monument to the Emperor Xiaoxian of Anxing Kang" have been written by him, and they are now in Nanjing, Jiangsu. The former is a regular script. The inscription is more than half damaged. The dense body is rare and rare in the Bei Dynasty.

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