Li Shih-min

[Chinese lee shœ-meen] /Chinese ˈli ˈʃœˈmin/

[tahy-dzoo ng] /ˈtaɪˈdzʊŋ/
(Li Shih-min) a.d. 597–649, Chinese emperor of the T’ang dynasty 627–649.


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