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 chuán qí legendary / fantasy saga / romance / short stories of the Tang and Song Dynasty  
 Cháng ān Chang'an (ancient name of Xi'an 西 / / [Xi1 an1]) capital of China during Tang Dynasty 唐 / / [Tang2 chao2] / now 長 / / / |长 / / / [Chang2 an1 Qu1], a district of Xi'an  
 zǒng jiān head / director (of an organizational unit) / (police) commissioner / inspector-general / rank of local governor in Tang dynasty administration
 Dà Táng the Tang dynasty (618-907)  
 shū yuàn academy of classical learning (Tang Dynasty - Qing Dynasty)
 Táng cháo Tang dynasty (618-907)  
 fù gǔ to return to old ways (a Confucian aspiration) / to turn back the clock / neoclassical school during Tang and Song associated with classical writing 古 / / retro (fashion style based on nostalgia, esp. for 1960s)
 Táng dài Tang dynasty (618-907)  
 xì yǔ fine rain / drizzle / poem by Tang poet Li Shangyin 李 / / / |李 / /
 Lǐ Bái Li Bai (701-762), famous Tang Dynasty poet  
 Táng shī Tang poetry / a Tang poem  
 Lǐ Shì mín Li Shimin, personal name of second Tang emperor Taizong 唐 / / / [Tang2 Tai4 zong1] (599-649), reigned 626-649  
 gǔ zhēng zither or guzheng / large zither with 13 to 25 strings, developed from guqin 古 / / [gu3 qin2] during Tang and Song times  
 míng tang variety / result / reason
 Wǔ Zé tiān Wu Zetian (624-705), Tang empress, reigned 690-705  
 Wǔ dài Five Dynasties (in different contexts, from mythology through to Han and the interregnum between Han and Tang) / the five dynasties forming the interregnum between Tang and Song (936-947), namely: Later Liang 後 / / |后 / / [Hou4 Liang2]  
 Táng Bó hǔ Tang Bohu or Tang Yin 唐 / / (1470-1523), Ming painter and poet, one of Four great southern talents of the Ming 江 / / / / /  
 gǔ wén old language / the Classics / classical Chinese as a literary model, esp. in Tang and Song prose / classical Chinese as a school subject
 zhī fǔ prefectural magistrate (during Tang to Qing times)
 zhōng gǔ medieval / Middle Ages / Chinese middle antiquity, 3rd to 9th centuries, including Sui and Tang Dynasties / Middle (of a language, e.g. Middle English) / used / second-hand  
 Táng Sòng the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties  
 Suí Táng Sui (581-617) and Tang dynasties (618-907)  
 Bái Jū yì Bai Juyi (772-846), Tang dynasty poet  
 xiàn lìng county magistrate (during Tang to Qing times)
 Tiān zhú the Indian subcontinent (esp. in Tang or Buddhist context)  
 Hàn lín refers to academics employed as imperial secretaries from the Tang onwards, forming the Hanlin Imperial Academy 翰 / /  
使 jié dù shǐ Tang and Song dynasty provincial governor, in Tang times having military and civil authority, but only civil authority in Song  
 pàn guān magistrate (during Tang and Song dynasties) / mythological underworld judge  
 Pí pa Xíng Song of the Pipa Player, long poem by Tang poet Bai Juyi 白 / / / [Bai2 Ju1 yi4]  
 Huā Mù lán Hua Mulan, legendary woman warrior (c. fifth century), Northern dynasties folk hero recorded in Sui and Tang literature  
 Sān zàng Tripitaka (602-664) Tang dynasty Buddhist monk and translator, who traveled to India 629-645 / same as 玄 /  
 Hán Yù Han Yu (768-824), Tang dynasty essayist and poet, advocate of the classical writing 古 / / / / |古 / / / / and neoclassical 復 / / |复 / / movements  
 Táng zhuāng Tang suit (traditional Chinese jacket)  
 Xuán zàng Xuanzang (602-664) Tang dynasty Buddhist monk and translator, who traveled to India 629-645  
 Lǐ Yuān Li Yuan, personal name of first Tang emperor Gaozu 唐 / / / [Tang2 Gao1 zu3] (566-635), reigned 618-626  
 fǔ chéng capital of 府 / prefecture (from Tang to Qing times) / prefectural seat
 xiān wáng former kings / former emperors / in Confucian writing, refers esp. to the sage rulers Yao 堯 / |尧 / [Yao2], Shun 舜 / [Shun4], Yu 禹 / [Yu3], Tang 湯 / |汤 / [Tang1] and the kings of Zhou  
 Táng Jiā xuán Tang Jiaxuan (1938-), politician and diplomat  
 guó hào title of current dynasty (as the name of China), such as Tang or Ming / name of a country (such as People's Republic of China 中 / / / / / / / |中 / / / / / / / or Republic of  
 shāo jiǔ name of a famous Tang dynasty wine / same as 白 / / [bai2 jiu3]
 Yáng Yù huán Yang Yuhuan or Yang Guifei 楊 / / / |杨 / / / [Yang2 Gui4 fei1] (719-756), famous Tang beauty, consort of Emperor Xuanzhong 唐 / / / [Tang2 Xuan2 zong1], blamed for extravagance and killed as a scapegoat during  
 Nán Táng Tang of the Five Southern Dynasties 937-975  
 Dù Mù Du Mu (803-852) Tang dynasty poet  
 Hàn lín yuàn Imperial Hanlin Academy, lasting from Tang dynasty until 1911  
 Táng sān zàng Tripitaka (602-664) Tang dynasty Buddhist monk and translator, who traveled to India 629-645 / same as 玄 /  
 An1 Lù shān An Lushan (703-757), famous general and favorite of Tang emperor Xuanzong, eventually precipitated catastrophic An Shi rebellion (755-763)  
 dào xué Confucian study of ethics / study of Daoism / school for Daoism in Tang and Song times / Daoist magic / another name for 理 / / |理 / / , rational learning of Song dynasty neo-Confucianism  
 Liǔ Zōng yuán Liu Zongyuan (773-819), Tang essayist and poet, advocate of the classical writing 古 / / / / |古 / / / / and neoclassical 復 / / |复 / / movements  
 Liú Yǔ xī Liu Yuxi (772-842), Tang poet  
 Wáng Shì chōng Wang Shichong (-621), general of late Sui and opponent of early Tang  
 Huáng Cháo Huang Chao (-884), leader of peasant uprising 875-884 in late Tang  
 Wèi Zhēng Wei Zheng (580-643), Tang politician and historian, notorious as a critic, editor of History of the Sui Dynasty 隋 / / |隋 /  
 Dá dá Tang dynasty word for Tatar 塔 / / , Turkic ethnic group in central Asia  
 Mèng Hào rán Meng Haoran (689-740), Tang Dynasty Poet  
 Wáng Bó Wang Bo (650-676), Tang poet  
 Táng shī sān bǎi shǒu Three hundred Tang dynasty poems, a stable anthology collected around 1763 by Sun Zhu 孫 /  
 Jìn shū History of the Jin Dynasty, fifth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Fang Xuanling 房 / / / |房 / / / [Fang2 Xuan2 ling2] in 648 during Tang Dynasty 唐 /  
 Yán Zhēn qīng Yan Zhenqing (709-785), a leading calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty  
 Táng Yín Tang Bohu 唐 / / / or Tang Yin (1470-1523), Ming painter and poet, one of Four great southern talents of the Ming 江 / / / / /  
 Táng Míng huáng Emperor Ming of Tang (685-762), also known as Emperor Xuanzong of Tang 唐 / / / [Tang2 Xuan2 zong1], reigned 712-756  
 Dí Rén jié Di Renjie (607-700), Tang dynasty politician, prime minister under Wu Zetian, subsequently hero of legends / master sleuth Judge Dee, aka Chinese Sherlock Holmes, in novel Three murder cases solved by Judge Dee 狄 / / / [Di2 gong1 an4] tran  
 Sūn Sī miǎo Sun Simiao (c. 581-682), doctor and herbalist of the Sui and Tang dynasty, author of Prescriptions Worth a Thousand in Gold 千 / / / / [Qian1 jin1 Yao4 fang1]  
 Huí hé Huihe, pre-Tang name of ethnic group corresponding to modern Uighur  
 Jiù Táng shū History of the Early Tang Dynasty, sixteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Liu Xu 劉 / / |刘 / / [Liu2 Xu4] in 945 during Later Jin 後 / / |后 / / [Hou4  
 Lǐ Hè Li He (790-816), Tang poet and author of 南 / / / /  
 Xīn Táng shū History of the Later Tang Dynasty, seventeenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Ouyang Xiu 歐 / / / |欧 / / / [Ou1 yang2 Xiu1] and Song Qi 宋 / / [Song4  
 Hòu Táng Later Tang of the Five Dynasties (923-936)  
 fān zhèn lit. fence town / buffer region (between enemies) / Tang dynasty system of provincial administration under a provincial governor 節 / / 使 / |节 / / 使 / [jie2 du4 shi3]  
 Jiàn zhēn Jianzhen or Ganjin (688-763), Tang dynastic Buddhist monk, who crossed to Japan after several unsuccessful attempts, influential in Japanese Buddhism  
 Xuē Rén guì Xue Rengui (614-683) great Tang dynasty general  
 Lǐ Hòu zhǔ Li Houzhu (c. 937-978), the final Southern Tang ruler (ruled 961-975) and a renowned poet / given name Li Yu 李 /  
 Mèng Jiāo Meng Jiao (751-814), Tang dynasty essayist and poet  
 Suí shū History of the Sui Dynasty, thirteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Wei Zheng 魏 / / |魏 / / [Wei4 Zheng1] in 636 during Tang Dynasty, 85 scrolls  
 Luò Bīn wáng Luo Binwang (640-684),Tang poet  
 Tāng Xiǎn zǔ Tang Xianzu (1550-1616), Ming poet and dramatist, author of The Peony Pavilion 牡 / / / [Mu3 dan5 Ting2]  
 fǔ seat of government / government repository (archive) / official residence / mansion / presidential palace / (honorific) Your home / prefecture (from Tang to Qing times)
 Zhōu shū History of Zhou of the Northern Dynasties, twelfth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Linghu Defen 令 / / / / [Ling2 hu2 De2 fen1] in 636 during Tang Dynasty, 50 scrolls  
 Mǔ dan Tíng The Peony Pavilion (1598), play by Tang Xianzu 湯 / / / |汤 / / / [Tang1 Xian3 zu3]  
 Wéi Yìng wù Wei Yinwu (737-792), Tang dynasty poet  
 Táng shū same as 舊 / / / |旧 / / / [Jiu4 Tang2 shu1], History of the Early Tang Dynasty, sixteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Liu Xu 劉 / / |刘 / ą  
 Táng Gāo zǔ Emperor Gaozu of Tang, reign name of first Tang emperor Li Yuan 李 / / |李 / / [Li3 Yuan1] (566-635), reigned 618-626  
 Hè Zhī zhāng He Zhizhang (659-744), Tang dynasty poet  
 Liǔ Gōng quán Liu Gongquan (778-865), Tang calligrapher  
 Oū yáng Xún Ouyang Xun (557-641), one of Four Great Poets of early Tang 唐 / / / / / [Tang2 chu1 Si4 Da4 jia1]  
 Zhāng Jí Zhang Ji (767-830), Tang Dynasty poet  
 Yú Shì nán Yu Shi'nan (558-638), politician of Sui and early Tang periods, poet and calligrapher, one of Four Great Poets of early Tang 唐 / / / / / [Tang2 chu1 Si4 Da4 jia1]  
 Liáng shū History of Liang of the Southern Dynasties, eighth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled by Yao Silian 姚 / / / [Yao2 Si1 lian2] in 636 during Tang dynasty, 56 scrolls  
 mài tàn wēng the old charcoal seller, poem by Tang poet Bai Juyi 白 / /  
 Xīn Wǔ dài shǐ Later History of the Five Dynasties (between Tang and Song), nineteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Ouyang Xiu 歐 / / / |欧 / / / [Ou1 yang2 Xiu1] in 1053 d  
 Qiān jīn fāng Prescriptions Worth a Thousand in Gold, early Tang compendium of herbal medicine by Sun Simiao 孫 / / / |孙 / / / [Sun1 Si1 miao3]  
 Shǔ xiàng Prime Minister Zhuge Liang 諸 / / / |诸 / / / of Shu, memorial poem by Tang poet Du Fu 杜 / / , Where to seek the Prime Minister's memorial hall?  
 Běi Qí shū History of Qi of the Northern Dynasties, eleventh of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled by Li Baiyao 李 / / / |李 / / / [Li3 Bai3 yao4] in 636 during Tang Dynasty, 50 scrol  
 Jiù Wǔ dài shǐ History of the Five Dynasties (between Tang and Song), eighteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二 / / / / [Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Xue Juzheng 薛 / / / [Xue1 Ju1 zheng4] in 974 during Northern Song 北 / &#  
 Lù Yǔ Lu Yu (733-804), Chinese writer from Tang dynasty, known for his obsession with tea  
 Zhāng Ruò xū Zhang Ruoxu (c. 660-720), Tang dynasty poet, author of yuefu poem River on a spring night 春 / / / /  
 táng to exaggerate / empty / in vain / old variant of 螗 / [tang2]  
 táng (main) hall / large room for a specific purpose / relationship between cousins etc on the paternal side of a family / of the same clan / classifier for sets (or suites) of furniture, classes etc / CL:間 / |间 / [jian1]
 tǎng to recline / to lie down
 tāng soup / hot or boiling water / decoction of medicinal herbs / water in which sth has been boiled
 táng old variant of 糖 / [tang2]

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