Qi (Ten Kingdoms)
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This article refers to the Qi kingdom of the early tenth century. For other uses, please see Qi (disambiguation)
Qi was a small kingdom that existed in northern China after the fall of the Tang Dynasty in 907. While not typically counted as one of the Ten Kingdoms, it was a significant kingdom in the northwest province of Shaanxi, China. The kingdom was absorbed into the Later Liang Dynasty in 924.
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