Linzi (Chinese: 臨淄; pinyin: Línzī), originally called Yingqiu (Chinese: 營丘), was the capital of the ancient Chinese state of Qi during the Zhou Dynasty. The ruins of the city lie in modern-day Linzi District, Shandong, China. The city was one of the largest and richest in China during the Spring and Autumn Period. With occupying Linzi in 221 BC, King Zheng of Qin completed his conquest of the Chinese rival states and declared himself the first emperor of China shortly afterwards. The ruins of the ancient city were excavated in 1926 by Japanese archaeologists and in 1964 by Chinese archaeologists.

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  • Linzi (Chinese: 臨淄; pinyin: Línzī), originally called Yingqiu (Chinese: 營丘), was the capital of the ancient Chinese state of Qi during the Zhou Dynasty. The ruins of the city lie in modern-day Linzi District, Shandong, China. The city was one of the largest and richest in China during the Spring and Autumn Period. With occupying Linzi in 221 BC, King Zheng of Qin completed his conquest of the Chinese rival states and declared himself the first emperor of China shortly afterwards. The ruins of the ancient city were excavated in 1926 by Japanese archaeologists and in 1964 by Chinese archaeologists. (en)
  • Линьцзы (临淄, на территории современного района Линьцзы городского округа Цзыбо, провинция Шаньдун) — столица царства Ци, местонахождение Академии Цзися, один из богатейших городов своего времени. Население Линьцзы около 650 г. до н. э. составляло порядка 200 тыс. человек. Захват Линьцзы Цинь Шихуаном в 221 году до н. э. положил конец доимперской эпохе в истории Китая. (ru)
  • Linzi (chiń.: 臨淄; pinyin: Línzī) – stolica starożytnego państwa Qi, istniejąca w okresie Wiosen i Jesieni oraz Okresie Walczących Królestw w Chinach. W szczytowym okresie swojego rozwoju liczyła 70 tysięcy domostw. (pl)
  • 临淄齐国故城位于中国山东省淄博市临淄区,为齐国都城遗址。故城分大、小城两部分,小城在大城西南,其东北与大城西南连接。两城总面积15平方公里。辟11门。城外建护城河。小城为宫殿区,有街道三条,现存“桓公台”遗址,台高14米,椭圆形。附近有大量夯土遗址。大城为居民区和生产区,现发现七条街道和6处手工作坊遗址。大城内尚存两处古墓葬,均为春秋时期,其中东北部墓地已探明二十座大中型墓葬,一座大墓已进行发掘。 (zh)
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  • Linzi (Chinese: 臨淄; pinyin: Línzī), originally called Yingqiu (Chinese: 營丘), was the capital of the ancient Chinese state of Qi during the Zhou Dynasty. The ruins of the city lie in modern-day Linzi District, Shandong, China. The city was one of the largest and richest in China during the Spring and Autumn Period. With occupying Linzi in 221 BC, King Zheng of Qin completed his conquest of the Chinese rival states and declared himself the first emperor of China shortly afterwards. The ruins of the ancient city were excavated in 1926 by Japanese archaeologists and in 1964 by Chinese archaeologists. (en)
  • Линьцзы (临淄, на территории современного района Линьцзы городского округа Цзыбо, провинция Шаньдун) — столица царства Ци, местонахождение Академии Цзися, один из богатейших городов своего времени. Население Линьцзы около 650 г. до н. э. составляло порядка 200 тыс. человек. Захват Линьцзы Цинь Шихуаном в 221 году до н. э. положил конец доимперской эпохе в истории Китая. (ru)
  • Linzi (chiń.: 臨淄; pinyin: Línzī) – stolica starożytnego państwa Qi, istniejąca w okresie Wiosen i Jesieni oraz Okresie Walczących Królestw w Chinach. W szczytowym okresie swojego rozwoju liczyła 70 tysięcy domostw. (pl)
  • 临淄齐国故城位于中国山东省淄博市临淄区,为齐国都城遗址。故城分大、小城两部分,小城在大城西南,其东北与大城西南连接。两城总面积15平方公里。辟11门。城外建护城河。小城为宫殿区,有街道三条,现存“桓公台”遗址,台高14米,椭圆形。附近有大量夯土遗址。大城为居民区和生产区,现发现七条街道和6处手工作坊遗址。大城内尚存两处古墓葬,均为春秋时期,其中东北部墓地已探明二十座大中型墓葬,一座大墓已进行发掘。 (zh)
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  • Ancient Linzi (en)
  • Linzi (pl)
  • Древний Линьцзы (ru)
  • 临淄齐国故城 (zh)
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