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A Study on the History of the Relationship between the Turkic Khanate and the Sui and Tang Dynasties突厥汗国与隋唐关系史研究

 Author: Wu Yugui  Category: Central Asia, Chinese Scholarship, History, Nomadism  Publisher: Commercial Press  Publication Date: 2017  Language: Chinese  Buy Now

This book is a study of the political relationship between the nomadic Turkic Khanate in the north and the agricultural regime in the interior of the same period in the 6th and 7th centuries. The rise of the Turkic Khanate changed the political structure of the Eurasian inland regions and profoundly affected the development of Chinese history. Through the examination and identification of the voluminous Chinese historical materials, the author focuses on issues that have been litigated or not paid attention to in the history of the relationship between the Turkic Khanate and the Sui and Tang Dynasties, such as the conquest and split of the Turkic Khanate, the Sui Dynasty’s policy towards the Turkic Khanate, the Eastern The influence and restriction of the Turkic Khanate on the pacification of the separatist forces in the north in the early years of the Tang Dynasty, the placement of the Eastern Turkic descendants in the Tang Dynasty, and the decisive influence of the Western Turkic Khanate on the activities of the Tang Dynasty in the Western Regions in the early years of the Tang Dynasty, etc. On this basis, the historical clues of the exchanges between the Turkic Khanate and the inland regimes in the 6th and 7th centuries were sorted out, which pushed forward the study of Turkic history as an international study, and provided new ideas for understanding the changes in Chinese history from the late Southern and Northern Dynasties to the early Tang Dynasty.