resented very much being lorded over in this waya#39;.17 In such circumstances, the mutiny which followed is easily understandable. Similar attitudes were ... The Pa#39; ing-lu army originally was stationed in southern Manchuria and had been under An Lu-shana#39;s command at the outset of the rebellion. It had early ... 7064-6. Historians comment at the end THE AN LU-SHAN REBELLION IN LATE Ta#39;ANG CHINA 51.
|Title||:||Essays on Tʻang Society|
|Author||:||John Curtis Perry, Bardwell Leith Smith|
|Publisher||:||Brill Archive - 1976|