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Asia in 565 CE, showing Tuyuhun and its neighbors.


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="2" Ruler/Khagan || - class="mergedrow" ="width:1.0em; padding:0 0 0 0.6em;" •  ="padding-left:0;text-align:left;" 284-317 CE Murong Tuyuhun - class="mergedbottomrow" ="width:1.0em; padding:0 0 0 0.6em;"  • ||style="padding-left:0;text-align:left;"635-672 CE Murong Nuohebo - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" ="width:1.0em; padding:0 0 0 0.6em;" • ||style="padding-left:0em;text-align:left;"Vassal of Tang dynasty ="vertical-align: bottom;"634 CE
Tuyuhun
284 CE–670 CE
Government Monarchy
Historical era Early Medieval
 •  Established 284 CE
 •  Destroyed by Tufan 670 CE

Tuyuhun ({{#invoke:Zh|Zh}}), also known as Henanguo (河南國), or 'A-zha or Togon in Tibetan,<ref>Christopher I. Beckwith, The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: A History of the Struggle for Great Power Among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs, and Chinese During the Early Middle Ages (Princeton University Press, new ed. 1993), p. 17. ISBN 0-691-02469-3.</ref> was a powerful kingdom established by nomadic tribes related to the Xianbei in the Qilian Mountains and upper Yellow River valley.


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Asia in 565 CE, showing Tuyuhun and its neighbors.


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="2" Ruler/Khagan || - class="mergedrow" ="width:1.0em; padding:0 0 0 0.6em;" •  ="padding-left:0;text-align:left;" 284-317 CE Murong Tuyuhun - class="mergedbottomrow" ="width:1.0em; padding:0 0 0 0.6em;"  • ||style="padding-left:0;text-align:left;"635-672 CE Murong Nuohebo - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" - class="mergedbottomrow" ="width:1.0em; padding:0 0 0 0.6em;" • ||style="padding-left:0em;text-align:left;"Vassal of Tang dynasty ="vertical-align: bottom;"634 CE
Tuyuhun
284 CE–670 CE
Government Monarchy
Historical era Early Medieval
 •  Established 284 CE
 •  Destroyed by Tufan 670 CE

Tuyuhun ({{#invoke:Zh|Zh}}), also known as Henanguo (河南國), or 'A-zha or Togon in Tibetan,<ref>Christopher I. Beckwith, The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: A History of the Struggle for Great Power Among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs, and Chinese During the Early Middle Ages (Princeton University Press, new ed. 1993), p. 17. ISBN 0-691-02469-3.</ref> was a powerful kingdom established by nomadic tribes related to the Xianbei in the Qilian Mountains and upper Yellow River valley.


Tuyuhun sections
Intro   History   Culture   Rulers   See also   References   External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: History
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