Medieval Europe 814-1350: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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The T'ang dynasty, which has ruled China since 618, falls because of internal rebellions and Turkish invasions, ending a golden age of Chinese culture and beginning the breakup of China into separate kingdoms.

Khitan Mongol leader A-pao-chi proclaims himself ruler of the Khitan nation, and by 916 he has created a Chinese-style dynasty to rule a nation that includes Mongolia and much of Manchuria.

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