2 edition of Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-297) and index.
|Statement||State University of New York Press|
|Publishers||State University of New York Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|2||SUNY series in Chinese local studies|
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The latter sits just north of the Yangzi but culturally and economically maintained firm connections with the Jiangnan environment.
Born Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China the as the 14th son of the founder of thepredecessor of the Qing dynastyDorgon started his career in military campaigns against theMongols and Koreans during the reign of his eighth brother,who succeeded their father. Mote, it is the five pieces by Skinner that have been most influential and have received the most attention from scholars.
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1985The Great Enterprise: The Manchu Reconstruction of Imperial Order in Seventeenth-Century China, Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press.
Author: Istvan Szepesi Publisher: ISBN: OCLC:973352535 Category: Augsburg Germany Page: 104 View: 815 In contrast to the atmosphere of mistrust and division between confessions that was common Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China most polities during the Reformation era, the Peace of Augsburg, signed in 1555, declared the free imperial cities of the Holy Roman Empire a place where both Catholics and Lutherans could live together in peace.
The six studies focus on the urban centers of Suzhou, Hangzhou, Yangzhou, and Shanghai. 1979Passage to Power: K'ang-hsi and His Heir Apparent, 1661—1722, Cambridge, Mass. Battle of Shanhai Pass in 1644; Dorgon was the commander of Qing army in this battle. These rebels' willingness to collaborate with non-Muslim Chinese suggests that they were not only driven by religion. He invited us to come to the capital and received him as a great guest'.
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Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China. Notes Includes bibliographical references pages 265-297 and index. This was an inglorious chapter not only of Qing history but also the history of the imperial clan of Aisin-Gioro. Some defections are explained inpp. The Shunzhi Emperor even bowed thrice in front of Dorgon's coffin during the funeral.
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Under the pressure of Qing armies, Li was forced to leave Xi'an in February 1645.
During the ceremony, Dorgon's official title was raised from "Prince Regent" to "Uncle and Prince Regent" 叔父攝政王 , in which the Manchu term for "Uncle" ecike represented a rank higher than that of imperial prince.
Author: Noel Lenski Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press ISBN: 9780812292237 Category: History Page: 416 View: 787 Over the course of the fourth century, Christianity rose from a religion actively persecuted by the authority of the Roman empire to become the religion of state—a feat largely credited to Constantine the Great.