|State of Liang
The State of Liang (simplified Chinese: 梁国; traditional Chinese: 梁國; pinyin: Liáng Guó) was one of the states during the Spring and Autumn Period (771-475 BCE), bordering the State of Qin and was conquered by Duke Mu of Qin in 641 BCE. The rulers of the State of Liang has the surname Ying (嬴),. The capital of the State of Liang is located south of modern City of Hancheng in Shaanxi.
In 642 BC, the Count of Liang wanted to build a new capital but it was seized by the State of Qin after it was completed.
In 641 BC, the State of Qin conquered the State of Liang. According to the Zuo Zhuan, the Liang people were not able to bear the work given to them by the Count of Liang so that the State of Qin easily conquered Liang.
Liang in astronomy
- Yang Bojun, "Zuo Zhuan 17th Year of Xigong", Zhonghua Publishing 1990, p372
- Yang Bojun, "Zuo Zhuan 9th Year of Xigong", Zhonghua Publishing 1990, p126
- Yang Bojun, "Zuo Zhuan 6th Year of Xigong", Zhonghua Publishing 1990, p313
- Yang Bojun, "Zuo Zhuan 18th Year of Xigong", Zhonghua Publishing 1990, p379
- Yang Bojun, "Zuo Zhuan 19th Year of Xigong", Zhonghua Publishing 1990, p384
- (Chinese) AEEA (Activities of Exhibition and Education in Astronomy) 天文教育資訊網 2006 年 6 月 24 日
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