Three Kingdoms (disambiguation)
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The Three Kingdoms period (220–280) was a period in Chinese history including three major kingdoms, Wei, Shu, and Wu.
The Three Kingdoms may also refer to:
- The former three kingdoms of Sweden: Svea Kingdom, Northland and Geatland
- The Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland, for instance in the term Wars of the Three Kingdoms
- The three kingdoms of Scandinavia: Sweden, Denmark and Norway
- The former three kingdoms of the Balkans: Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia
- The former three breakaway kingdoms of Georgia: Kartli, Kakheti, and Imereti
- In Korea:
- The three kingdoms of the Sanzan period: Hokuzan, Chūzan, and Nanzan
- Three Kingdoms of Fingiswold, Meszria and Rerek in the Zimiamvian Trilogy of E. R. Eddison
- Records of the Three Kingdoms, historical canon written by Chen Shou
- Romance of the Three Kingdoms, historical novel written by Luo Guanzhong
- Three Kingdoms (manhua), by Hong Kong artist Lee Chi Ching
- Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon, 2008 Hong Kong film
- Romance of the Three Kingdoms (TV series), 1994 Chinese TV series
- Three Kingdoms (TV series), 2010 Chinese TV series
- 3Kingdoms, a MUD, or text-based online role-playing game
- Romance of the Three Kingdoms (video game series), by Koei, based on the Chinese legend
- Three Kingdoms: Fate of the Dragon, a PC strategy game.
- Three Kingdoms Online, a MMO SLG strategy browser game integrating The Art of War in Three Kingdoms era
- Portal Three Kingdoms, set by Magic: The Gathering
- Legends of the Three Kingdoms, a card game created in China.
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