Di - Ethnography

Ethnography

  • The Northern Di or Beidi (狄), ethnic groups living in northern China during the Zhou Dynasty
  • Di (Wu Hu) (氐), a different ethnic group that overran northern China during the Sixteen Kingdoms period

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