Southern dynasties

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The Southern dynasties (南朝 pinyin: náncháo) comprise the Liu Song, Southern Qi, Liang Dynasty and Chen Dynasty, whose capital were at Jiankang (although the Southern Qi capital was briefly at Jiangling during the reign of Emperor He of Southern Qi), and Emperor Yuan of Liang, as well as the later Western Liang emperors (Emperor Xuan, Emperor Ming, and Emperor Jing), also set their capital at Jiangling, and Xiao Zhuang, who is considered by some historians to be a Liang Dynasty emperor, had his capital at Yingcheng (郢城, in modern Wuhan, Hubei). This period follows the end of the Jin Dynasty.

Also see Southern and Northern Dynasties.

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Sovereigns of Southern Dynasties

Nan Liang Dynasty 555-587

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