What caused the downfall of the Tang dynasty?
When did the An Lushan Rebellion happen?
Who Was An Lu-shan and what did he do?
What caused the rise of the Tang dynasty?
Who led the An Lushan Rebellion?
An Lushan Rebellion, Rebellion beginning in 755 in China led by An Lushan (703–757), a general of non-Chinese origin. An Lushan rose through the ranks of the Tang-dynasty army in the 740s, becoming a military governor and a favourite of the emperor, Xuanzong.
What did An Lu-shan do?
How did the Tang dynasty control their empire?
Why did the Tang dynasty face difficulties toward the end of its reign?
Why was the Tang dynasty successful?
How did the Tang Dynasty maintain power?
Why did the Tang Dynasty not like Buddhism?
How did Buddhism affect the Tang dynasty?
How did the Tang dynasty influence Japan?
How did the Tang dynasty change civil service?
What were some of the geographical reasons why Buddhism spread during the Tang era?
Another cause of the spread of Buddhism in China was that, as the Sui and Tang dynasties expanded China, they seized new lands to the west. Many of the people living there were Buddhists, and they spread their religion as they traveled throughout China.