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Jurchen chieftain who rose to prominence in the late 16th century in Manchuria. Wikipedia

  • Jurchen people

    Term used to collectively describe a number of East Asian Tungusic-speaking peoples who lived in the northeast of China, later known as Manchuria, before the 18th century. They are largely continuous with the Manchus of later history. Wikipedia

  • Later Jin (1616–1636)

    Dynastic khanate in Manchuria ruled by the Jurchen Aisin Gioro leaders Nurhaci and Hong Taiji. Derived from the former Jurchen-led Jin dynasty which had ruled northern China in the 12th and 13th centuries before falling to the Mongol Empire . Wikipedia

  • Manchu people

    Ethnic minority in China and the people from whom Manchuria derives its name. They are sometimes called "red-tasseled Manchus", a reference to the ornamentation on traditional Manchu hats. Wikipedia

  • Shamanism in the Qing dynasty

    The dominant religion of the Jurchen people of northeast Asia and of their descendants, the Manchu people. As early as the Jin dynasty (1111–1234), the Jurchens conducted shamanic ceremonies at shrines called tangse. Wikipedia

  • Timeline of the Jurchens

    Timeline of the Jurchens. Timeline of the Song dynasty Wikipedia

  • Names of the Qing dynasty

    Founded by the Jurchen Aisin Gioro clan in Manchuria in the 17th century and became known by various names. Established by the Manchu people, a Tungusic people ethnically unrelated to the native Han, it was widely known in English as China or the Chinese Empire both during its existence, especially internationally, and after the fall of the dynasty. Wikipedia

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    • They emerged as the major threat to the late Ming dynasty after Nurhaci united all Jurchen tribes and declared the founding of the Qing dynasty in 1636.History of China-Wikipedia
    • What was to become the Manchu state was founded by Nurhaci, the chieftain of a minor Jurchen tribe – the Aisin Gioro – in Jianzhou in the early 17th century.Qing dynasty-Wikipedia
    • For political reasons, the Jurchen leader Nurhaci chose variously to emphasize either differences or similarities in lifestyles with other peoples like the Mongols.Manchu people-Wikipedia
    • The early Qing military was rooted in the Eight Banners first developed by Nurhaci to organize Jurchen society beyond petty clan affiliations.Qing dynasty-Wikipedia
    • Nurhaci declared himself the "Bright Khan" of the Jin (lit.Qing dynasty-Wikipedia
    • Sin Chung-il notes that during his visit to Fe Ala in the late 16th century that all those who served Nurhaci were uniform in their dress and hairstyle.Jurchen people-Wikipedia

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