JIANG Yonglin

Detail of the painting Emperor Taizong Receiving Tibetan Envoy by Yan Liben. Ink and color on silk. The Tibetan envoy is second from the left. Emperor Tang Taizong is surrounded by female attendants. THE PALACE MUSEUM, BEIJING.

The Tang dynasty (618–907 CE) was a golden age of imperial China. Buddhism developed; poetry flourished; money drafts were invented. Political, legal, cultural, and economic developments of the Tang dynasty influenced later dynasties.


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By |2014-12-16T16:53:59-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Dynasty, Dynasty, Governance, History|Comments Off on Tang Dynasty (Táng Cháo 唐朝)|Táng Cháo 唐朝 (Tang Dynasty)

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