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|Other Titles:||The Formation of the Late Migrating Northerners in the Eastern Jin Dynasty and the Cause for Not Meeting with Due Recognition|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of History
In general, ethnic groups in the Eastern Jin Dynasty and the Southern Dynasties can be divided into the people of Chiao from the north, the people of Wu in the south and the aboriginal inhabitants such as ”Man” and “Viet” in the south. Of all the ethnic groups, the people of Chiao held the ruling position for quite a long period of time. However, there was one group from the people of Chiao, which was called “the late migrating northerners”, having a unique social status. Dispite the fact that the late immigrants belonged to the people of Chiao, their social status was incomparably lower than that of the noble Chiao and even lower than the noble Wu since they immigrated to the south far later than other groups. Although they suffered much from political and social discrimination, they played a decisive role in the rise and fall of the Eastern Jin Dynasty and Southern Dynasties. This article is to study when and how the late migrating northerners arises as well as the cause for not obtaining due recognition in the Eastern Jin Dynasty.
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