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History of the Jin Dynasty

The Jin Dynasty (265-420) was one of the nine major unification dynasties in Chinese history, divided into two periods: the Western Jin Dynasty and the Eastern Jin Dynasty. It inherited the Three Kingdoms and opened up the Northern and Southern Dynasties, which belonged to one of the Six Dynasties. In 265, Sima Yan established himself as emperor, the country was named Jin, and the capital was Luoyang. It was called Western Jin in history. This was followed by a 16-year "rebellion of the eight kings." Emperor Jin Mao moved the capital to Chang'an. In 316, he destroyed Western Jin Dynasty and established 16 nations. In 317, the Jinshi crossed the south, and Sima Rui established the Eastern Jin Dynasty in Jianou. In 383, the Eastern Jin Dynasty and the former Qin Luoshui battle were temporarily consolidated. During the Jin Dynasty, the ethnic minorities moved to the Central Plains, which strengthened ethnic integration, moved north to the south, and developed the Jiangnan region. The Jin Dynasty lasted 156 years. In 420, Liu Yu established Song and died in the Eastern Jin Dynasty.

List of Emperors of the Jin Dynasty

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