Dingnan Jiedushi

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Map showing the location of Dingnan Jiedushi during the Five Dynasties period

Dingnan Jiedushi (定難節度使), also known as Xiasui Jiedushi, was a military post known as a jiedushi created in 787 by the Tang dynasty and lasted until the early Song dynasty when its rulers declared the Western Xia. It was headquartered in modern Yulin, Shaanxi. Its rulers were of Tangut stock starting from Li Sigong (Tuoba Sigong), and they effectively ruled the circuit in de facto independence despite its nominal submission to the central Chinese dynasties. Attempts by Later Tang and Song to dislodge the family from its rule of Dingnan Circuit were unsuccessful, and the region eventually became the independent state of Western Xia.

Pre-De Facto Independent Dingnan Jiedushi[edit]

  • Han Tan (韓潭) (787-798)
  • Han Quanyi (韓全義) (798-805)
  • Yang Huilin (楊惠琳) (805-806)
  • Li Yuan (李願) (806-811)
  • Zhang Xu (張煦) (811-813)
  • Tian Jin (田縉) (813-819)
  • Li Ting (李聽) (819-820)
  • Li You (李祐) (820-824)
  • Fu Liangbi (傅良弼) (824-828)
  • Li Huan (李寰) (828-830)
  • Dong Zhongzhi (董重質) (830-832)
  • Li Changyan (李昌言) (832-836)
  • Liu Yuan (劉源) (836-838)
  • Li E (李愕) (844)
  • Mi Ji (米暨) (844-846)
  • Li Ye (李業) (847-849)
  • Cui Mou (崔某) (849-851)
  • Li Fu (李福) (851-854)
  • Zheng Zhu (鄭助) (854-857)
  • Tian Zaibin (田在賓) (857-862)
  • Li Yanyuan (李宴元) (865-869)
  • Hu Mou (胡某) (869-874)
  • Li Xuanli (李玄禮) (874-879)
  • Zhuge Shuang (諸葛爽) (880-881)

Rulers of Dingnan Circuit until Western Xia's founding[edit]

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