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502-557 AD - Liang dynasty (502-557 AD), Scarce Nu Qian ("female") "Wu Zhu" of Emperor Wu of Liang (502-549 AD), "Southern & Northern dynasties" period (420-589 AD) - Hartill 10.17

502-557 AD - Liang dynasty (502-557 AD), Scarce Nu Qian ("female") "Wu Zhu" of Emperor Wu of Liang (502-549 AD), "Southern & Northern dynasties" period (420-589 AD) - Hartill 10.17

Two long chinese characters Wu Zhu (=5 Zhu) / Blank. 23mm, 1.76 grams. Schjöth #225; Hartill 10.17

The Sui Dynasty (581-618 AD) was followed by the Tang Dynasty and preceded by the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China. It ended nearly four centuries of division between rival regimes. The Sui Dynasty, founded by Sui Wendi, or Yang Jian, held its capital at Luoyang. It was marked by the reunification of Southern and Northern China. This dynasty has often been compared to the earlier Qin Dynasty in tenure and the ruthlessness of its accomplishments. The Sui dynasty's early demise was attributed to the government's tyrannical demands on the people, who bore the crushing burden of taxes and compulsory labor. Weakened by costly and disastrous military campaigns against Goguryeo which ended with the defeat of Sui in the early seventh century, the dynasty disintegrated through a combination of popular revolts, disloyalty, and assassination.

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