- Later Han Dynasty (Five Dynasties)
Infobox Former Country
native_name = 漢
conventional_long_name = Han
common_name = Later Han Dynasty (Five Dynasties)|
continent = Asia
region = China
country = China
era = Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period
status = Empire
government_type = Monarchy|
year_start = 947
year_end = 950|
event_start = established in
date_event4 = |
p1 = Later Jin Dynasty (Five Dynasties)
s1 = Later Zhou Dynasty
s2 = Northern Han|
image_map_caption = |
capital = Bian
latd= |latm= |latNS= |longd= |longm= |longEW= |
common_languages = Chinese
Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Chinese folk religion
Chinese cash, Chinese coin, copper coinsetc.|
leader1 = Emperor Gaozu
leader2 = Emperor Yindi
title_leader = Emperor|
The Later Han Dynasty (
Simplified Chinese后汉; Traditional Chinese後漢; " pinyin" Hòu Hàn) was founded in 947. It was the fourth of the Five Dynasties and the third consecutive Shatuo Turk dynasty. It was among the shortest-lived of all Chinese regimes, lasting for only three years before it was overcome by a rebellion that resulted in the founding of the Later Zhou Dynasty.
Establishment of the Later Han
Liu Zhiyuanwas military governor of Bingzhou, an area around Taiyuan in present-day Shanxi, an area that had long been a stronghold of the Shatuo Turks. However, the Later Jin Dynasty that he served was a weak dynasty and was little more than a puppet of the expanding Khitan empire to the north. When the Later Jin finally did decide to defy the Khitan, they sent an expedition south that resulted in the destruction of the Later Jin Dynasty.
The Khitan force made it all the way to the
Yellow Riverbefore the emperor decided to return to their base in present-day Beijing, in the heart of the contentious Sixteen Prefectures. However, following constant harassment from the Chinese on the return route, he died of an illness in May 947. The combination of the fall of the Later Jin Dynasty and the succession crisis among the Khitan resulted in a power vacuum. Liu Zhiyuanwas able to fill that void and founded the Later Han Dynasty.
Liu Zhiyuanestablished his capital at Bian, present day Kaifeng. The Later Han held essentially the same territory as the Later Jin Dynasty. Its southern border with the southern states stretched from the East China Seaabout halfway between the Yellow Riverand the Yangtze Riverbefore dipping south toward the Yangtze at its mid reaches before turning northwest along the northern border of Sichuanand extending as far west as Shaanxi. In the north, it included much of Shaanxiand Hebeiexcept the Sixteen Prefectures, which were lost by the Later Jin Dynasty to what was by this time known as the Liao Dynasty.
The Later Han Dynasty was among the shortest-lived regimes in the long history of
China. Liu Zhiyuandied the year following the founding of the dynasty, to be succeeded by his teenage son. The dynasty was overthrown two years later when Guo Wei, a Han Chineseled a military coup and declared himself emperor of the Later Zhou Dynasty.
The remnants of the Later Han returned to the traditional Shatuo Turk stronghold of
Shanxiand established the Northern Hankingdom, sometimes referred to the Eastern Han. Under Liao Dynastyprotection, it was able to remain independent of the Later Zhou Dynasty. The Song Dynastyemerged from the ashes of the Later Zhou Dynastyin 960and emerged as a strong, stabilizing presence in northern China. Though they had been successfully bring the southern states under its control, a process essentially completed in 978, the Northern Han were able to hold out due to help from the Liao Dynasty. In fact, the continued existence of the Northern Han was one of the two thorns in the side of Liao-Song relations. Finally, the Song Dynasty was able to incorporate the Northern Han into its territory in 979, essentially completing the reunification of China, with the exception of the Sixteen Prefectures, which would remain in the hands of the Liao Dynasty.
*cite book|title=Imperial China (900-1800)|author=Mote, F.W.|publisher=Harvard University Press|year=1999|pages=11,13,16,69
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