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La Dinastia Tang - 唐朝 - 907 d.

The 7th and first half of the 8th century are generally considered to be the era in which the Tang reached the zenith of its power. In this period, Tang control extended further west than any previous dynasty, stretching from Vietnam in the south, to northern Korea in the north-east, but most significantly to Kashmir in modern Tajikistan and Afghanistan bordering Persia in the west.

The 7th and first half of the 8th century are generally considered to be the era in which the Tang reached the zenith of its power. In this period, Tang control extended further west than any previous dynasty, stretching from Vietnam in the south, to northern Korea in the north-east, but most significantly to Kashmir in modern Tajikistan and Afghanistan bordering Persia in the west.

The 7th and first half of the 8th century are generally considered to be the era in which the Tang reached the zenith of its power. In this period, Tang control extended further west than any previous dynasty, stretching from Vietnam in the south, to northern Korea in the north-east, but most significantly to Kashmir in modern Tajikistan and Afghanistan bordering Persia in the west.

The 7th and first half of the 8th century are generally considered to be the era in which the Tang reached the zenith of its power. In this period, Tang control extended further west than any previous dynasty, stretching from Vietnam in the south, to northern Korea in the north-east, but most significantly to Kashmir in modern Tajikistan and Afghanistan bordering Persia in the west.

The 7th and first half of the 8th century are generally considered to be the era in which the Tang reached the zenith of its power. In this period, Tang control extended further west than any previous dynasty, stretching from Vietnam in the south, to northern Korea in the north-east, but most significantly to Kashmir in modern Tajikistan and Afghanistan bordering Persia in the west.

The 7th and first half of the 8th century are generally considered to be the era in which the Tang reached the zenith of its power. In this period, Tang control extended further west than any previous dynasty, stretching from Vietnam in the south, to northern Korea in the north-east, but most significantly to Kashmir in modern Tajikistan and Afghanistan bordering Persia in the west.

A lady of the Tang Dynasty palace (ancient chinese painting)

China is among the most ancient of the world's countries to produce textiles as an art form . The discovery of silk was particularly important .

Korean Military Processional Shield - Late Joseon Dynasty

This shield is similar in design to the Chinese Ming Dynasty's Yanwei Pai (燕尾牌, "Swallow-tail Shield").

Two paintings by Tang dynasty artist Zhang Xuan

唐-张萱-明皇纳凉图 Painted by the Tang Dynasty artist Zhang Xuan 张萱.i Zhang Xuan painted many arts on of them was Court Ladies Preparing Newly Woven Silk.

La Grotta Bianca, Grotte di Castellana, Bari, Puglia

Castellana Grotte - Bari Italy - maternal grandparents from here (Mastronardi)

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