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|191 BC–138 BC|
The location of Dong'ou kingdom before the conquest of Han Dynasty
|Capital||Dong'ou (modern Wenzhou)|
• 191–185 BCE
• 185–138 BCE
• 138–138 BCE
• Defeated by Minyue
|Today part of||China|
Dong'ou (simplified Chinese: 东瓯; traditional Chinese: 東甌; pinyin: Dōng'ōu) also known as Ouyue (simplified Chinese: 瓯越; traditional Chinese: 甌越; pinyin: Ōuyuè), was an ancient kingdom in modern Wenzhou and Taizhou, Zhejiang Province, China. The realm of Dong'ou was given to Zou Yao by Emperor Gaozu of Han in 192 BC. It was almost conquered by Minyue in 138 BC, but the king of Don'gou no longer wished to live in his realm after the incident, and had all his people moved into the Han dynasty.
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