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20. Chinos Sui y T’ang Tempranos. 581 d.C. – 755 d.C. (en construcción)
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20. Chinos Sui y T’ang Tempranos. 581 d.C. – 755 d.C. (en construcción) Desconectado juanbususto
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(a)
I/1a. Nombre del ejército.

(b)
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The Sui dynasty was founded in northenn China in 581 AD and had reunited the whole counfry by 589. Initial successes were followed by a
disastrous war with Koguryo and several rebellions. A military family from the northern frontier succeeded in establishing the new T’ang
dynasty, which united China by 623 and extended Chinese frontiers further than ever before. Sui and early T’ang armies were based on the
fu-ping militia system, both infantry and cavalry being conscripted but thoroughly trained. The system could not cope with prolonged
service on distant frontiers, however, and the militia were progressively replaced by professional troops until being abolished in 753.
Minima marked * apply only if any infantry are used - some T'ang armies in the steppes were composed entirely of cavalry, though such
armies were usually mostly Turkish auxiliaries. Other T'ang armies in Central Asia had all their infantry mounted. Sui armies must use
infantry. The Sui option for hordes represent the poor-quality million-man army used to invade Koguryo. The minimum marked ** applies
if any Hd are used. If they are, no other infantry except the compulsory minima can be used. T’ang infantry were divided into pu-ping
"marching infantry" and pu-she “foot archers". Classification is awkward because it was the ideal that all troops should carry bows - even,
apparently, if also arned with spears - but it is not clear how far this ideal was achieved. Pu-ping may be classed as Sp, assuming few or
none carried both weapons in battle, or as Bw (X) assuming most did in fact carry bows, perhaps sheltering behind the shields of others. Pushe
Bw (O) or (I) cannot be used as a second supporting rank behind Bw (X), nor pu-she Ps behind Sp. Minima marked *** apply if any
southenn barbarian troops are used. Some Sui cavalry carried lance, others sword and shield. This list assumes that the Turkish-style
equipment represented by Cv (S) may have already been in use by some northern frontier troops, but was not yet standard. Under the T’ang,
most heavy cavalry were armed in originally Turkish style with lamellar armour, lance and bow hence Cv (S); but occasional sources show
lances only. Sui armies used wagon-laagers and chevaux-de-frise against Turkish cavalry, and T’ang forces also occasionally used defences.
Mo-ho are the Manchurian tribes called Malgal by the Koreans. Some fought for the Sui agairst Koguryo and against Chinese rebels, and for
the T'ang against Turks, Tibetans and Silla. Silla Korean allies cannot be used with southern tribesmen, Turks, Mo-ho, or any other allies.

Fuente: DBM Army List Book 3.

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