Murong

Murong (Chinese: 慕容; pinyin: Mùróng) refers to an ethnic Xianbei tribe who are a Mongolic people attested from the time of Tanshihuai (reigned 156-181). Different strands of evidence exist linking the Murong to the language family of Mongols. Murong is also a Chinese surname. The Former Yan (337-370), Western Yan (384-394), Later Yan (384-409) dynasties as well as the Tuyuhun Kingdom (285-670) were all founded by the Murong.

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Murong - People
... This is a Chinese name the family name is Murong ... Murong Bao (355–398), formally Emperor Huimin of (Later) Yan Murong Chao (385–410), last emperor of the Chinese/Xianbei state Southern Yan Murong Chong (d. 386), formally Emperor Wei of (Western) Yan Murong Chui (326–396), formally Emperor Wucheng of (Later) Yan Murong De (336–405), formally Emperor Xianwu of (Southern) Yan Murong Fuyun (597–635), ruler of ...
Murong Shun - During Tang Dynasty
... of China with many other rebel rulers, he made overtures to Murong Fuyun, who had by that point taken back the Sui-seized Tuyuhun lands, asking Murong Fuyun to attack one of his rivals ... Murong Fuyun agreed, and requested that Murong Shun be released to him ... Emperor Gaozu agreed, and in 619 Murong Shun returned to Tuyuhun ...
List Of Mongolian Monarchs - Murong Xianbei
... Chieftain Murong (181 AD) Murong Mohuba (238) Murong Muyan (246) Murong Shegui (died 283) Murong Shan (died 285) Murong Hui (285-333) ...
Murong Nuohebo - Reign
... In spring 636, Murong Nuohebo sent emissaries to Tang, offering to submit as a vassal and sent a younger brother or brothers to serve as hostage ... Gampo had become hostile toward Tuyuhun because he thought Murong Nuohebo had interfered with his attempt to seek a Tang princess in marriage, and his attacks captured much of Tuyuhun's people and forced ... In 639, Murong Nuohebo visited the Tang capital Chang'an ...
Murong Xuecun
... Murong Xuecun (Chinese 慕容 雪村 pinyin Mùróng Xuěcūn, born 1974) is the pen name of Chinese author Hao Qun ... On July 22, 2008 Murong made the long list for the Man Asian Literary Prize ... Murong's writing deals mostly with social issues in contemporary China, exploring themes such as corruption, business-government relations, and general disillusionment over modern life ...