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'''Domus Qīng''' (清朝 ''Qīng cháo, Ch'ing ch'ao''; [[Lingua Mansiuensis|Mansiuense]]: [[Fasciculus:Daicing gurun.png|12px|"Domus Qing" in lingua Manchu]] ''Daicing gurun''; [[Lingua Mongoliana|Mongoliane]]: Манж Чин Улс), etiam '''Domus Mansiuensis,'''{{FD ref}} fuit ultima [[Sina (regio)|Sinae]] domus, quae ab [[1644]] ad [[1912]] rexit (cum brevi [[Zhang Xun|refectione abortiva]] anno [[1917]]). Ea [[Domus Ming|Domui Ming]] substituit et a [[Respublica Sinensis|Republica Sinensi]] substituitur.
 
Condita est domus ab [[Aisin Gioro]], gente [[populus Jurchen|Jurcheniana]], in [[regio]]ne nunc [[Mansiuria]] in [[Sina (regio)|Sina]] [[septentrio]]nali et [[occidens|occidentali]] appellata.<!-- Starting in 1644 it expanded into [[China proper]] and its surrounding territories, establishing the '''Empire of the Great Qing''' (大清国 vel 大清國 ''dàqīngguó''). The Qing Dynasty was the last imperial dynasty of China. Declared as the '''Later Jin Dynasty''' (後金 ''Hòu Jīn'') / ''Amaga Aisin Gurun'' ([[Image:amaga aisin gurun1.png|45px]]), anni [[1616]], it changed its name to "Qing", meaning 'clear, pellucid', anno [[1636]] and captured [[Beijing]] in [[1644]]. By [[1646]] it had come into power over most of present-day China, although complete pacification of China would not be accomplished until [[1683]]. -->
 
==Pinacotheca==
Fasciculus:China imperialism cartoon.jpg|Hac in pictura civili, [[Britanniarum Regnum]], [[Germania]], [[Russia]], [[Francia]], et [[Iaponia]] [[Sina (regio)|Sinam]] inter se dividunt.
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== Vide etiam ==
* [[Domus Qing genealogia]]
* [[Domus qui Sinam rexerunt]]
* [[Gentes Mansiuenses]]
* [[Historia Sinensis]]
* [[Imperatores Sinensis]]
* [[Mandatum Caeli]]
* [[Mongolia per Domum Qing]]
* [[Princeps Sinensis]]
* [[Res publica Sinensis]]
* [[Seditiones Sinensis]]
* [[Tempora historiae Sinensis]]<!--
*[[Great Qing Legal Code]]
*[[List of Emperors of the Qing Dynasty]]
*[[List of Recipients of Tribute from China]]
*[[List of tributaries of Imperial China]]
*[[Manchu official headwear]]
*[[Mandarin square|Manchu official Clothing]]
*[[Military history of China]]
*[[Table of Chinese monarchs]]
 
==Notae==
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== FontesBibliographia ==
* Bartlett, Beatrice S. [[1991]]. ''Monarchs and Ministers: The Grand Council in Mid-Ch'ing China, 1723–1820.'' Berkeley et Los Angeles: University of California Press.
* Ebrey, Patricia. [[1993]]. ''Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook.'' Novi Eboraci: Simon and Schuster.
* Waley-Cohen, Joanna. [[2006]]. ''The culture of war in China: empire and the military under the Qing Dynasty.'' I. B. Tauris. ISBN 1-84511-159-1.
* Woo, X. L. [[2002]]. ''[http://books.google.com/books?id=Z_2-OJ2uZt0C Empress dowager Cixi: China's last dynasty and the long reign of a formidable concubine: legends and lives during the declining days of the Qing Dynasty].'' Algora Publishing. ISBN 1-892941-88-0.
 
 
== Vide etiam ==
* [[Domus Qing genealogia]]
* [[Domus qui Sinam rexerunt]]
* [[Gentes Mansiuenses]]
* [[Historia Sinensis]]
* [[Imperatores Sinensis]]
* [[Mandatum Caeli]]
* [[Mongolia per Domum Qing]]
* [[Princeps Sinensis]]
* [[Res publica Sinensis]]
* [[Seditiones Sinensis]]
* [[Tempora historiae Sinensis]]<!--
 
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