Liang

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Liang may refer to:

Chinese history[edit]

  • Liang (state) (梁) (8th century BC – 641 BC), a Spring and Autumn period state
  • Wei (state) (403–225  BC), a Warring States period state, also known as Liang (梁) after moving its capital to Daliang
    • Kaifeng, a city formerly known as Daliang (大梁)
    • Liang (realm) (梁), a fief held by various princes under imperial China
  • Former Liang (涼) (320–376), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Later Liang (Sixteen Kingdoms) (涼) (386–403), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Southern Liang (涼) (397–414), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Northern Liang (涼) (397–439), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Western Liang (Sixteen Kingdoms) (涼) (400–421), one of the Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Liang dynasty (梁) (502–557), a state during the Southern and Northern Dynasties period, also known as Southern Liang
    • Western Liang (梁) (555–587), a state succeeding the Liang dynasty, also known as Later Liang
  • Liang (梁) (617–621), a state founded by Xiao Xian at the end of the Sui dynasty
  • Liang (梁) (617–628), a state founded by Liang Shidu at the end of the Sui dynasty
  • Liang (涼) (618–619), a state founded by Li Gui at the end of the Sui dynasty
  • Later Liang (Five Dynasties) (梁) (907–923), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Liang Province (涼州), an administrative division in ancient China covering present-day Gansu, Ningxia, northeastern Qinghai, southeastern Xinjiang, and Inner Mongolia's Alxa League

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