Wastren Xia

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Western Xia
Western Xia 2.svg
白高大夏國
1038–1227
Location o Wastren Xia in 1111 (green in north wast)
Location o Wastren Xia in 1111 (green in north wast)
Caipital Xingqing
Common leids Tangut, Cheenese
Releegion Primary:
Dharma Wheel.svg Buddhism
Seicontar:
Yin and Yang.svg Taoism
Black Confucian symbol.PNG Confucianism
禄 lù or 子 zi symbol---red.svg Cheenese folk releegion
Allah-green.svg Islam
Govrenment Monarchy
Emperor  
• 1038–1048
Emperor Jingzong
• 1206–1211
Emperor Xiangzong
• 1226–1227
Emperor Mozhu
Historical era Post-clessical history
• Li Jiqian rebels against Song dynasty
984
• Dynasty established bi Emperor Jingzong
1038
• Subjugatit bi Mongol Empire
1210
• Destroyed bi Mongol Empire efter rebellion
1227
Aurie
1142 est. 800,000 km2 (310,000 sq mi)
Population
• peak
3000000
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Song Dynasty
Liao Dynasty
Mongol Empire
The day pairt o Cheenae (PRC), Mongolie

The Wastren Xia (tradeetional Cheenese: 西; ; pinyin: Xī Xià; Wade–Giles : Hsi Hsia), an aa kent as the Tangut Empire an tae the Tangut fowk an the Tibetans as Minyak,[1] wis an empire which existit frae 1038 tae 1227 AD in whit are nou the northwastren Cheenese provinces o Ningxia, Gansu, eastren Qinghai, northren Shaanxi, northeastren Xinjiang, soothwast Inner Mongolie, an soothernmaist Ooter Mongolie, measurin aboot aicht hunder thoosand squerr kilometers.[2][3][4]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Stein (1972), pp. 70–71.
  2. Wang, Tianshun [王天顺] (1993). Xixia zhan shi [The Battle History of Western Xia] 西夏战史. Yinchuan [银川], Ningxia ren min chu ban she [Ningxia People's Press] 宁夏人民出版社.
  3. Bian, Ren [边人] (2005). Xixia: xiao shi zai li shi ji yi zhong de guo du [Western Xia: the kingdom lost in historical memories] 西夏: 消逝在历史记忆中的国度. Beijing [北京], Wai wen chu ban she [Foreign Language Press] 外文出版社.
  4. Li, Fanwen [李范文] (2005). Xixia tong shi [Comprehensive History of Western Xia] 西夏通史. Beijing [北京] and Yinchuan [银川], Ren min chu ban she [People's Press] 人民出版社; Ningxia ren min chu ban she [Ningxia People's Press] 宁夏人民出版社.