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Jin dynasty (or Chin dynasty in Wade–Giles) may refer to the following dynasties in Chinese history:
- Jin dynasty (265–420) (Jìn, 晉), a Chinese dynasty following the Three Kingdoms
- Later Jin (Five Dynasties) (Jìn, 後晉, 936–947), a Shatuo dynasty in northern China during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
- Jin dynasty (1115–1234) (Jīn, 金), a Jurchen dynasty in northern China
- Later Jin (17th century) (Jīn, 後金, 1616–1636), a Manchu dynasty in northern China and precursor to the Qing dynasty
- Jin (Chinese state), a state during the Spring and Autumn period
- Jin (Later Tang precursor) from 907–923, predecessor to Later Tang of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
- Jin (disambiguation)
- Chin (disambiguation)
- List of emperors of the Jin dynasty
- Qin dynasty, also spelt Chin in Wade-Giles
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