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History of the Northern and Southern Dynasties

The Northern and Southern Dynasties (420 AD-589 AD) was a period of secession in Chinese history. It began when Liu Yu usurped the Eastern Jin Dynasty and established the Southern Song Dynasty in 420 AD, and ended in the Sui Dynasty in 589 AD. During this period, it inherited the Eastern Jin Dynasty, the Five Huhus, and the Sixteen Kingdoms, followed by the Sui Dynasty. Although the northern and southern powers each had different dynasties, they continued to face each other for a long time, so they are called the Northern and Southern Dynasties. The Southern Dynasty (420 AD-589 AD) included the Song, Qi, Liang, and Chen dynasties; the Northern Dynasty (439 AD-589 AD) included the Northern Wei, Eastern Wei, Western Wei, Northern Qi, and Northern Friday Dynasties. In the early period of the Southern and Northern Dynasties, the politics of the clan were still divided. The social strata were divided into clan, Qi people, households, and slaves, and foreign exchanges were also prosperous. It went to Japan and the Korean Peninsula in the east, and to the western region, Central Asia, and West Asia (Elan Shahr ), South to Southeast Asia and India.

List of Emperors

Historical News from the Northern and Southern Dynasties