Annam

Former country of Southeast Asia, incorporated in Vietnam in 1946 as Central Vietnam. Its capital was Hué. A Bronze Age civilization was flourishing in the area when China conquered it in about 111...
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Annam

French-governed Vietnam or, more strictly, its central region, known in precolonial times as Trung Ky (Central Administrative Division). The term ... [3 related articles]
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Annam

[name] Annam is a female name of Arabic origin, أنعام, meaning `God`s Blessing`. It has spelling variations such as Anam, Anum, Anaam, Annam, Annum. ...
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Annam

Annam (unăm', ă'năm) , historic region (c.58,000 sq mi/150,200 sq km) and former state, in central Vietnam, SE Asia. The capital was Hue. The region extended nearly 800 mi (1,290 km) along the South China Sea between Tonkin on the north and Cochin China on the south. In add...
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Annam

Former country of Southeast Asia, incorporated in Vietnam in 1946 as Central Vietnam. Its capital was Hué. A Bronze Age civilization was flourishing in the area when China conquered it in about 111 BC. The Chinese named their conquest An-Nam, `peaceful south`. Independent from 1428, Annam signed a treaty with France in 1787 and b...
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Annam

[French Colony] Cover to Spitting Feathers. ...
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Annam

[Chinese province] Annam (安南; pinyin: Ānnán) or Giao Chỉ (交趾; pinyin: Jiāozhǐ) was the southernmost province of the Chinese Empire. It is now part of present-day Vietnam. The region roughly corresponds to the area known as Tonkin. == Nan Yue or Triệu dynasty== In the 2nd century BCE, what later became Annam was part of the k...
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