Visual Timeline: Jurchen Jin Dynasty

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1115 CE - 1234 CE: The Jurchen Jin state rules in Mongolia and northern China.
 
 
1115 CE - 1123 CE: Reign of Emperor Taizu, founder of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1120 CE: The Jin state attacks the Khitan-Liao capital of Jehol in northern China.
 
 
1123 CE - 1135 CE: Reign of Taizong, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1125 CE: The Jurchen Jin state invades Song China necessitating the latter to move south and form the Southern Song dynasty.
 
 
1126 CE: The Goryeo kingdom of Korea submits to vassal status towards the Jurchen Jin dynasty.
 
 
1135 CE - 1149 CE: Reign of Xizong, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1142 CE: The Jurchen Jin dynasty and Southern Song dynasty sign a formal peace treaty.
 
 
1149 CE - 1161 CE: Reign of Hailingwang, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1153 CE: The Jurchen Jin state capital is moved from Shangjing (Harbin) to Yanjing (Beijing).
 
 
1161 CE - 1190 CE: Reign of Shizong, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1190 CE - 1209 CE: Reign of Zhangzong, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1205 CE: The Mongols attack the Jurchen Jin state in northern China.
 
 
1209 CE - 1213 CE: Reign of Feidi, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1209 CE: The Mongols attack the Jurchen Jin state in northern China.
 
 
1209 CE: The Mongols attack the Jurchen Jin state in northern China.
 
 
1211 CE: The Mongols attack the Jurchen Jin state in northern China.
 
 
1213 CE - 1224 CE: Reign of Xuanzong, emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1214 CE: The Jurchen Jin state signs a short-lived peace treaty with the Mongol Empire and is obliged to pay tribute.
 
 
1215 CE: The Mongols attack the Jurchen Jin state in northern China.
 
 
1224 CE - 1234 CE: Reign of Aizong, last emperor of the Jurchen Jin state.
 
 
1230 CE - 1231 CE: The Mongols attack the Jurchen Jin State.
 
 
1233 CE: Kaifeng, capital of the Jurchen Jin State, falls after a lengthy siege by the Mongols.
 
 
1234 CE: The Mongols attack and conquer the Jurchen Jin State in northern China.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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