Yan Forces

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Emperor Daowu Of Northern Wei - As Prince of Wei - Following Hostility With Later Yan
... In 394, Western Yan's emperor Murong Yong, under heavy attack by Murong Chui, sought aid from Tuoba Gui, but Tuoba Gui, while sending an army by his cousin Tuoba Qian (拓拔虔) the Duke of Chenliu and ... In 395, Tuoba Gui led raids against Later Yan's border regions ... cut off the line of communication between Murong Bao's army and the Later Yan capital Zhongshan (中山, in modern Baoding, Hebei), and Northern Wei had the captured Later Yan messengers declare ...
Han Huang - Background
... at Fanyang, and by summer 756 the armies of his new state of Yan were approaching Chang'an, forcing Emperor Xuanzong to flee ... After Chang'an fell to Yan forces, Yan forces tried to force Han Hao to serve in the Yan administration ... (韓洪) and his four sons, and Han Hun were captured by Yan forces and executed although Han Hong (韓汯) and Han Huang were able to get away ...
Battle Of Canhe Slope
395 where the Chinese/Xianbei state Later Yan, then ruling over northern and central China, had launched a punitive campaign against its former vassal Northern Wei ... Later Yan forces were led by its crown prince Murong Bao and enjoyed some initial successes, but after being frustrated by the containment strategy by Northern Wei's prince Tuoba Gui (the ... Tuoba Gui then gave chase and crushed Later Yan forces at Canhe Slope ...
Battle Of Canhe Slope - Later Yan Campaign Prior To The Battle of Canhe Slope
... By 395, Tuoba Gui was not only no longer submissive to Later Yan, but was openly pillaging other tribal vassals of Later Yan ... Gun (張袞) suggested to Tuoba Gui that he intentionally display weakness to draw Later Yan forces in ... Meanwhile, Later Yan forces advanced to Wuyuan (五原, in modern Baotou, Inner Mongolia), receiving the surrender of some 30,000 households who were Northern Wei vassals ...
Li Guangbi - During Anshi Rebellion
... (which An had captured and where he had declared himself emperor of a new state of Yan) and Fanyang ... Meanwhile, though, another Yan army, commanded by his general Cui Qianyou (崔乾祐), approached Tong Pass, defended by Geshu Han, and was pretending to be weak in order to draw ... Geshu, Li, and Guo all recommended to Emperor Xuanzong that the forces under him continue to hold at Tong Pass and not attack Cui, while waiting for Li and Guo to capture Fanyang first to destroy ...

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