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Sui Dynasty History

The Sui Dynasty (581-619) was a great unification dynasty after more than two hundred years of division between the Northern and Southern Dynasties. An important dynasty that inherited the Northern and Southern Dynasties and lowered the Tang Dynasty, historians often refer to it as the Sui and Tang dynasties. In 581 AD, Yang Jian usurped the Northern Zhou Dynasty to establish the Sui Dynasty, set the capital to Daxing City (now Xi'an), and destroyed Chen in 589 to complete the reunification. At the beginning of the Sui Dynasty, a war with Turks defeated the military threat of Turks and unified the Qinghai region. Emperor Sui Wenzhi worked hard to create the famous "rule of the emperor". Emperor Suiyang built Luoyang, dug the Grand Canal of the Sui and Tang Dynasties, and communicated between North and South. Create an imperial examination system and improve the three provinces and six departments. The late rule was rotten. In 618, Li Yuan forced Emperor Sui Gong to give up. In 619, the Emperor Tai was forced to meditate on Wang Shichong and died in Sui Dynasty.

List of Emperors of Sui Dynasty

History of Sui Dynasty

China in the Sui Dynasty