- Wei Dynasty
Wei Dynasty (魏朝) can refer to two different dynasties in Chinese history:
Cao Wei( 220- 265) was a Han Chinesedynasty that existed during the Three Kingdoms Period.
Northern Wei( 386- 534) was a Xianbeidynasty that existed during the Southern and Northern DynastiesPeriod.
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