Dinastiya Tang

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An Dinastiya Tang (Tsino: 唐朝; pinyin: Táng Cháo) (Hunyo 18, 618 - Hunyo 4, 907) usa ka dinastiya imperyal ha Tsina nga ginunhan han Dinastiya Sui ngan ginsundan han Lima ka mga Dinastiya ngan Napulo ka ginhadian nga Panahon. gintukod ini han banay nga Li (李) family, nga gin-agaw an gahom ha panahon nga naluya ngan natumba an imperyo Sui.

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