Dinastiya nga Ming

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Dako nga Ming
大明
Imperyo

1368–1644
 

Ming Tsina ha iya gikusogi ha ilarom han pamumuno han Emperador Yongle
Ulohan Nanjing
(1368–1421)
Beijing
(1421–1644)
(Mga) yinaknan Tsinino
Relihiyon Buddhismo, Taoismo, Confucianismo, Chinese folk religion
Punuan Monarkiya
Emperador
 - 1368–1398 Emperador Hongwu
 - 1627–1644 Emperador Chongzhen
Kaagi
 - Gintukod ha Nanjing Enero 23 1368
 - Katlaya han Beijing kan Li Zicheng Hunyo 6 1644
 - Kahuman han Salatanan nga Ming Abril, 1662
Kahaluag
 - 1415[1] 6,500,000 km2 (2,509,664 sq mi)
Populasyon
 - 1393 est. 65,000,000 
 - 1403 est. 66,598,337¹ 
 - 1500 est. 125,000,000² 
 - 1600 est. 160,000,000³ 
Salapi Chinese cash, Chinese coin, paper currency (later abolished)
Mga nasalin han Dinastiya Ming nga nauno ha salatan Rsina tubtob 1662, usa ka dinastico nga panahon nga nakilala komo Salatanan nga Ming.
¹An mga ihap in ginbasi ha pagbanabana nga hinimo han CJ Peers ha Late Imperial Chinese Armies: 1520–1840
²Sumala ha A. G. Frank, ReOrient: global economy in the Asian Age, 1998, p. 109
³Sumala ha A. Maddison, The World Economy Volume 1: A Millennial Perspective Volume 2, 2007, p. 238
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An Dinastiya nga Ming (Tsinino: 明朝; pinyin: Míng Cháo), o Dako nga Imperyo han Ming (大明國 o 大明国; pinyin: Dà Míng Guó) amo an namuno nga dinastiya han Tsina tikang 1368 ngadto ha 1644, pagkatapos natumba an Dinastiya Yuan han mga Mongol.

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