Han

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Han may refer to:

East Asian History[edit]

  • Han (Western Zhou state) (韓) (11th century BC – 757 BC), a state during the Spring and Autumn period
  • Han (state) (韓) (403  BC – 230  BC), a state during the Warring States period
  • Han dynasty (漢) (206 BC – 220 AD), a dynasty split into 2 eras, Western Han and Eastern Han
    • Shu Han (221–263), one of the Three Kingdoms
  • Former Zhao (304–329), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms, known as Han (漢) before 319
  • Cheng Han (304–347), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms, known as Han (漢) after 338
  • Former Shu (907–925), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, known as Han (漢) between 917 and 918
  • Southern Han (漢) (917–971), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Later Han (Five Dynasties) (漢) (947–951), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
    • Northern Han (951–979), successor to Later Han, also during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Han (漢) (1360–1363), an insurgent state founded by Chen Youliang in the Yuan Dynasty
  • Sam Han (삼한, 三韓), three ancient kingdoms in the Korean Peninsula
  • Four Commanderies of Han (한사군, 漢四郡), four commanderies set up by the Han Empire in the Korean Peninsula

Ethnic groups[edit]

Languages[edit]

Names[edit]

Places[edit]

Belgium[edit]

France[edit]

Korea[edit]

  • Korea, an abbreviation for "Hanguk" (한국, 韓國), the Korean language name for Korea

Iran[edit]

  • Han, Iran, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province

Turkey[edit]

Writing systems[edit]

  • Han characters (漢字, Pinyin: Hanzi, often referred to as Chinese characters)
  • Hangul (한글 Hangeul), the Korean alphabet
  • Hanja (한자, 漢字), Han characters used for the Korean language
  • Han unification (Han character glyph unification) in Unicode
  • Hán, used in Vietnamese orthography

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]