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The Later Qin (後秦 Hòuqín; 384–417), also known as Yao Qin (姚秦), was a state ruled by the Qiang ethnicity of the Sixteen Kingdoms during the Jin dynasty (266–420) in China. The Later Qin is entirely distinct from the Qin dynasty, the Former Qin and the Western Qin.

Its second ruler, Yao Xing, supported the propagation of Buddhism by the Madhyamakin monk Kumārajīva.

All rulers of the Later Qin declared themselves emperors, but for a substantial part of Yao Xing's reign, he used the title Tian Wang.

Read more...: Rulers of the Later Qin   Rulers family tree  

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後秦太祖ruled384/5/7白雀元年四月甲寅394/1/31建初八年十二月庚午
後秦高祖ruled394/2/1建初八年十二月辛未416/3/14弘始十八年正月戊申
後秦後主ruled416/3/15永和元年二月己酉417/9/20永和二年八月癸亥
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