Jiyang County: Emperor Jinhui Chen Liuzhi County, ruled in Luoyang. It is equivalent to the eastern border of Henan Lankao and the eastern border of Shandong Dongming. Qi County: In the Western Han Dynasty, it changed to Lin County, Zi County, where it was located, Lin Zi (now Zibo City). It is equivalent to today's Zibo City, Shandong, Yidu, Guangrao, Lintong and other counties. Hongnong County: In the four years of the Western Han Dynasty (113 BC), the county was established. Home in Hongnong (now Lingbao North, Henan). It is equivalent to the watersheds of Luo, Yi, Zhechuan and other rivers south of Henan and west of Yiyang, and Luoshui, upper Duchuan and Danjiang river basins in Shaanxi.
`` Tan '' originated
1. From the ancient southwest minority, according to the "Genealogy of the Surname Wan ", the six surnames in Banan (now Yunnan and Guizhou) have the Tan family . They claim to be the descendants of the Pangu . . 2. Tan ’s name has been changed to Tan ’ s name, and according to “The Genealogy of the Family of Ten Thousand”, Tan ’s name is Tan Qin, which is called Lingnan (referring to the south of Wuling, which is roughly similar to most areas in Guangxi today. )
Surname Tan ranks 65th among Chinese surnames today. In the Zhou Dynasty , there was Tan Guo (now west of Zhangqiu County, Shandong Province) at that time. According to legend, it was the land of the descendants of Boyi (Bo Yi was the first ancestor of the Clan). Later, this place was the land of the Qi Kingdom. Descendants have the surname of the country, called Tan. The descendants of Huangdi are Xun's surname, so Tan's ancestors can be traced back to Huangdi. In the pre-Qin period, Tan lived in Shandong and Henan. After the Qin, Han, Southern and Northern Dynasties , the surname Tan had multiplied everywhere. In the Tang Dynasty , the surname Tan was already a famous surname in Hunan, and its subject moved from the north to the south China. During the Tang, Song and Yuan dynasties, several large immigrants and ethnic integration, the Tan surname in the south has been continuously enriched and developed, forming a typical southern surname . During the Ming and Qing dynasties, the immigration to the northeast of Shandong and the accelerating process of the Qing Dynasty Manchu Eight Banners formed the Tan surname group in Jiaodong and Liaodong peninsulas. Eventually created the situation of the distribution of the surname Tan in North and South China.
During the Song Dynasty, Tan surnamed about 230,000, accounting for 0.3% of the country's population, ranking 67th. Tan's largest province is Hunan, which accounts for about 59% of the country's Tan population. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Hunan and Guangdong. The Tan surnames in these two provinces account for about 75% of the country's total population. Followed by Jiangxi, Sichuan, Shandong, Hebei and Hubei, the surnames of Tan in these five provinces are concentrated in another 22%. A large gathering area of Hunan, Guangdong, Jiangxi and Chuantan surnamed Hunan has been formed throughout the country. During the Ming Dynasty, Tan had about 260,000 people, accounting for 0.28% of the country's population, ranking 78th. In the 600 years of Song Yuanming, the national population's pure growth rate was 20%, and the population growth of the surname Tan was lower than the national population growth. In the Ming Dynasty, Hunan was still the largest province with the surname Tan, accounting for about 25% of the country's total population. The distribution nationwide is mainly concentrated in Hunan, Guangdong, Sichuan, and Jiangxi. These four provinces account for about 75% of the total population of the Tan family, followed by Hubei and Jiangsu. The two provinces have another 14%. During the Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties, the overall pattern of the distribution of the surname Tan did not change much, and its population mainly migrated to the southeast and west. The whole country still takes Hunan as the center, forming a large gathering area of the surnames of Hunan, Guangdong, Sichuan and Gantan.
The Han population of contemporary Han has a population of 8.7 million, which is the 67th largest surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.3% of the national population. In the 600 years since the Ming Dynasty, the population of the surname Tan has increased from 260,000 to nearly 3.7 million, an increase of more than 14 times. The growth rate of the population of the surname Tan is higher than that of the national population. In the 1000 years since the Song Dynasty, the population growth rate of Tan surname has been increasing. The distribution of Tan surnames in the country is currently concentrated in Hunan, Guangdong and Sichuan provinces, accounting for about 49% of the total population of Tan surnames in the country, followed by Chongqing, Guangxi, Hubei, Shandong, Liaoning, Anhui, and Tan surnames in six provinces and cities. Concentrated another 29%. Hunan is the largest province with the surname Tan, accounting for approximately 22% of the country's total population. The country has formed a large number of areas with the surnames Tan of Hunan, Guangdong, Guizhou, Sichuan, Chongqing and Hubei. During the past 600 years, the degree and direction of population movements of the surname Tan were greatly different from those during the Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties. In particular, the circulation direction from east to central China, north China and Sichuan has been greater than that from north to southeast. At the same time, Northeast migration has become an important flow direction. The frequency distribution of Tan surnames in the population shows that Tan surname is one of the more commonly found surnames in the Midwest and South regions. In Hunan, Guangdong, Guiyu, most of Guizhou, eastern Sichuan, eastern Yunnan, most of Hubei and Jiangxi, northeastern corner of Inner Mongolia, and northwest corner of Heipeng River, the percentage of Tan surnamed the local population is more than 0.54%, and the central area is as high as 1.8% or more. The area covered by the above areas accounts for about 14.2% of the total area of the country, and about 59% of the people with the surname Tan live. In most of Yunchuan, western Guizhou, Hainan, most Fujian, northeast Jiangxi, northern Hubei, most Anhui, southern Henan, southern Shaanxi and Gansu, Ningxia, southeast Qinghai, eastern Shandong, most of Liaoning, Jilin, western Heilongjiang, Inner Mongolia In the east, the percentage of Tan's population in the local population ranges from 0.18% to o.54%. Its coverage area accounts for about 27% of the country's total area, and it houses about 28% of the Tan's population.
"Break the Church": During Tang Xianzong , Tan Zhong was the general of Yan, and Wei was sent by Yan. It was at this time that the imperial court sent an army across Wei to flee Zhao. Wei Mutian Ji'an wanted to recruit soldiers. Tan Zhong said: "No! If you recruit soldiers, it is against the court, Wei's crime will be great." Ji An accepted his words and stayed unmoved. Tan Zhong persuaded Yan Mu and Liu Ji to send troops to help the imperial court to defeat Zhao, and even Zhao Cheng Raoyang and Shulu. Both Wei and Yan were commended by the court, and everyone admired Tan Zhong's judgment. There are also hall names such as "Jinan" and "Hongnong".