The Northern Yuan dynasty, or simply the Northern Yuan, was the Mongol regime
based in Mongolia homeland after the fall of the Yuan dynasty in China in 1368,
until the emergence of the Qing dynasty ...
Kublai Khan, the grandson of Genghis Khan and fifth "Great Khan", though his
real influence was limited to the areas of Mongolia, China and Korea. In 1271 ...
The leader of the Mongol Kiyad Sub-Clan was Yesugei, who happened to be a
descendant of a .... He brought his army north and defeated a heavily
outnumbering Russian and Cuman ..... It was later reunited as the Golden Horde
but fell once again became fractured. .... Invasion of the Sung Empire of south
He made his younger brothers, Khubilai and Hulegu, khans of north China ...
north, mead from honey for the European west, grape wine for the south, and ....
Rebellions by Chinese against Mongol rule and the privileges of the rich ..... Li Si
comes to visit and is reunited with his wife, causing Zhang to go off to be a hermit.
Painting after Mongol reunification of North and South China ... reunited a country
that had been divided geographically and politically .... Mongol rule.3 In Zhao
Mengfu's inscription on the painting, dated 1295, we learn that Zhou Mi's family.
China is one of the most ancient civilizations on earth, and Chinese religion is
one of the .... Along with the refugees from the North, Emperor Yuan of Jin China
... As China was ruled by two independent dynasties, one in the south and the
other in the ... The short-lived Sui Dynasty managed to reunite the country in 589
Reunited once again under the Northern Song dynasty, China maintains ... Both
succumb to the Mongols who rule China—as the Yuan dynasty—from 1271 until
... Jin dynasty controls North China while the Song continues to rule the south.
Appreciating the need to ingratiate himself to the Chinese if he was to rule a
stable ... The Mongols' greatest strength, their cavalry, was not suited to South
China's ... about 40,000 troops from North China and 100,000 troops from South
When the Mongols ousted the Song in the late 13th century they contributed little
of .... The north was controlled by non-Chinese rulers and riven by warfare. ... of
Chinese territory south of the Great Wall that now marked China's northern
border) ..... trained together from 1923, in preparation for their mission to reunite
By 317 all of China north of the Chang Jiang (Yangtze River) had been ... the
vain efforts of the fragmented Chinese kingdoms south of the Chang Jiang to ...
From 629 to 648, a reunited China--under the Tang Dynasty (A.D. .... The
principal Borjigin Mongol leader, Kabul Khan, began a series of raids into Jin in