Wei Gao

Wei Gao (韋皋) (745 – September 13, 805), courtesy name Chengwu (城武), formally Prince Zhongwu of Nankang (南康忠武王), was a Chinese military general, monarch, and politician of the Tang dynasty. He was a long-time (from 785 to 805) military governor (''Jiedushi'') of Xichuan Circuit (西川, headquartered in modern Chengdu, Sichuan) who was most known for his campaigns against Tibetan empire and his reopening of relationship between Tang and Nanzhao. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Gao, Wei
Published 2017
Springer International Publishing

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Published 2019
Springer Nature Singapore
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Published 2015
Springer International Publishing
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Published 2020
Springer Singapore
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by Zhang, Wanhong
Published 2024
Taylor & Francis
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Published 2010
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Published 2024
Springer International Publishing
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Published 2018
American Chemical Society
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Published 2006
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Published 2006
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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