Xiongnu

Nomadic confederacy, possibly of Turkish origin, that fought against the Chinese states in the 3rd century BC. Their power began in Mongolia in about 200 BC, but they were forced back to the Gobi...
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Xiongnu

nomadic pastoral people who at the end of the 3rd century formed a great tribal league that was able to dominate much of Central Asia for more than ... [9 related articles]
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Xiongnu

Nomadic confederacy, possibly of Turkish origin, that fought against the Chinese states in the 3rd century BC. Their power began in Mongolia in about 200 BC, but they were forced back to the Gobi Desert in 119 BC by China's Han-dynasty emperor Wudi (Wu-ti (reigned 141–87 BC) and Qin Shi Huangdi built the Great Wall of China against...
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