Yangxian County, which belongs to Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province, is located in the southwest of Shaanxi Province, on the eastern edge of Hanzhong Basin, with Qinling Mountains in the north, Bashan mountains in the south, Foping and Shiquan counties in the East, Xixiang County in the south, Chenggu County in the west, Liuba and Taibai counties in the north. It is located between 107 ° 11 ′ - 108 ° 33 ′ E and 33 ° 02 ′ - 33 ° 43 ′ n, with east-west span of 0 ° 52 ′, horizontal distance of 92.8 km, north-south span of 0 ° 41 ′, horizontal distance of 72.7 km, and total area of 3206 square kilometers.
Hanjiang River traverses Yangxian county from west to East, belonging to the north subtropical inland monsoon climate, with four distinct seasons, sufficient light, mild and humid climate. In November 2013, AQSIQ officially approved the construction of "national Crested Ibis ecological protection industry famous brand building demonstration zone" in Yang County, Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province, which is the only organic industry demonstration zone approved to be built in China.
In 2018, Yangxian county has 3 streets and 15 towns with 387000 permanent residents, realizing a GDP of 14.006 billion yuan, of which the added value of the primary industry is 2.918 billion yuan, the added value of the secondary industry is 6.384 billion yuan, and the added value of the tertiary industry is 4.704 billion yuan. According to the permanent population, the per capita GDP is 36176 yuan.
According to a large number of cultural relics such as stone axes, stone peelers, and red pottery pieces excavated from Earth temples and YAOGOU in Yangxian County, people settled in Yangxian County in the Neolithic period more than 7000 years ago.
Xia and Shang Dynasties (about 21st century bc-11th century BC)
It is the territory of Liangzhou.
Western Zhou Dynasty (about 11th century bc-771 BC)
It is the territory of Yongzhou.
Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC)
From the first year of King Ping of Zhou Dynasty to the 17th year of King Zhending of Zhou Dynasty (770-452 BC), the county now belongs to Shu. In the 26th year of the reign of Li Gong of Qin Dynasty (451 BC), "zuoshu Great Wall Nanzheng"; the county belongs to qinnanzheng.
The Warring States period (475-221 BC)
In 441 BC, Nanzheng rebelled against Qin and joined Shu.
In the ninth year of gengyuan (316 BC), King Huiwen of Qin Dynasty, Qin destroyed Shu, and the county returned to Qin.
In the 13th year of gengyuan (312 BC), King Huiwen of Qin Dynasty defeated Chu in the battle of Danyang. He took 600 li of Hanzhong county (now Yunyang of Hubei Province, Ankang of Shaanxi Province and part of Shangluo) and combined it with Nanzheng to restore Hanzhong County, which belongs to Hanzhong county.
Qin Dynasty (221-207 BC)
The county still belongs to Chenggu County of Hanzhong county.
Western Han Dynasty (206-24 BC)
In the first year of emperor Gaozu of Han Dynasty (206 BC), the county belongs to Hanzhong county. In the fifth year of emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty (202 BC), the king of the Han Dynasty became emperor, following the system of Qin county and county.
In the first year of Xinmang Tianfeng (14th year), Hanzhong county was changed into Xincheng County, and Anguo county was separated from Anguo City (also known as Anguo City, now in Guanxi township of Yang county).
In the 24th year of the reign of emperor Huaiyang, Liu Xuan, the capital of Chang'an, was granted the title of king of Hanzhong, Liu Jia, the grand general of the Han clan and the huaihou of Shunyang.
Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220)
In the second year of Emperor Guangwu's Jianwu reign (26th year of Gongsun's Longxing reign), Gongsun sent General Hou Dan to Hanzhong, and the county was under the jurisdiction of Gongsun's regime.
In the 36th year of Jianwu's reign, Wu Hanping, the chief executive of Handa, destroyed Shu and restored Hanzhong County, which belonged to Hanzhong county.
Xiandi Jian'an five years (200 years), Zhang Lu according to Hanzhong, home Hanning County, county belongs to.
In 215, Cao Cao Zheng Zhang Lu, Lu Jiang, Fu Hanzhong County, county belongs to Hanzhong county. In the 24th year of Jian'an (219), Liu Bei took Hanzhong as the king, so the county belonged to Liu Bei's territory.
Three Kingdoms (220-265)
In the early stage, it was Hanzhong County, Yizhou, Shuhan. In 263, the fourth year of the Jingyuan reign of the Wei Yuan emperor, Shu was ruled by the Han Dynasty, and the county was located in Hanzhong County, Weiyi Prefecture.
Western Jin Dynasty (265-316)
In 267, Emperor Wudi divided Liangzhou into Huangjin county and Xingdao County in the east of Chenggu County.
In the first year of Jianxing (313, the third year of Yuheng in the Chenghan Dynasty), Yang Mao, King Di of Qiuchi, sent his son to occupy Hanzhong.
In the second year of Jianxing (314), Zhang Xian, a native of Liangzhou, set up an army to drive the di tribe, and the Prefecture was reduced to Lixiong in the Han Dynasty. The county and county were abolished, and the county and prefecture were subordinate to the Han Dynasty.
Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420)
In the second year of emperor Yonghe (346), general Huan Wen of Anxi conquered Shu and occupied the county. Jinchang county was moved from Changle County (now Shiquan County) to longtingpu (now Longting town of Yang county).
Yonghe three years (347), Pingshu destroyed into Han, county is Liangzhou Jinchang county.
In the first year of Ningkang (373), Emperor Xiaowu sent Yang an to break Liangzhou, and the county was under the jurisdiction of the former Qin Dynasty. In the ninth year of the Taiyuan Dynasty (384), the governor Huan Chong recovered Liangzhou, and the county returned to Jin.
In the first year of emperor an Yixi (405), Mao Xun, the governor of Yizhou, captured Liangzhou, joined the army in Pingxi, and Qiao Zong killed Mao Xun. He took charge of Shu and rebelled against Jin, and became the king in Chengdu. Yang Sheng, the di king, sent his nephew Yang Fu to capture Hanzhong, and later Qin Dynasty sent him to attack Zhoucheng. Yang Sheng asked to surrender, so the county was under the jurisdiction of later Qin Dynasty.
In the ninth year of Yixi (413), the prime minister Liu Yu sent Ping Shu to destroy Qiao Zong, and recovered Hanzhong. The county was returned to Jin.
The southern and Northern Dynasties (420-589)
In the first year of Yongchu (420), Emperor Wu of the Song Dynasty set up Huaian County in the southwest of the county.
In 434, the 11th year of Emperor Wen's Yuanjia reign, Xiao Si, the governor of Liang and Qinzhou, talked about the rebellion of Pingdi and Yang, and abolished Jinchang county and Huaian County, which belonged to Hanzhong county.
In April of the third year of emperor song Shun's rise to the Ming Dynasty (479, the first year of emperor Gao's reign in the Southern Qi Dynasty), the Xiao Dao of the king of Qi and the prime minister were abolished, and the Song Dynasty established the Qi Dynasty and restored Jinchang county.
In the second year of emperor he's Zhongxing (502, the first year of Emperor Wu's Tianjian), the king of Liang and the prime minister Xiao Yan abolished the Southern Qi Dynasty and established Liang.
In the third year of Tianjian (504, the first year of Xuanwu emperor of the Northern Wei Dynasty), Xiahou Dao, the governor of the northern Liang state and the governor of Hanzhong, moved to Hanzhong to descend the Northern Wei Dynasty, and the county belonged to the Northern Wei Dynasty.
In 505, the second year of emperor Xuanwu of the Northern Wei Dynasty, it was divided into Chenggu County and Longting County in the East. The county is located in Longting County, Jinchang County, Liangzhou of the Northern Wei Dynasty.
In the third year of Yanchang (514), Xuanwu emperor of the Northern Wei Dynasty set up Xingshi County in the northwest of Longting county. The county is located in Longting county and Xingshi County of Jinchang County in Liangzhou.
In 535, the first year of Emperor Wen of the Western Wei Dynasty, Liang took Lanqin as the governor of northern Liangzhou and attacked Hanzhong; the governor of Liangzhou of the Western Wei Dynasty, Yuan Luojiang, restored Huai'an county and returned to Liang.
In the first year of emperor Chengsheng of Liang Yuan (552, the first year of abolishing the emperor of the Western Wei Dynasty), Yu Wentai, the Grand Master of the Western Wei Dynasty, sent daxiwu, a great general, to capture Liangzhou. The county belongs to the Western Wei Dynasty. In the northeast of Longting County, Huangjin county (the year when beichengshan was established) was restored under the jurisdiction of Zhizhou.
In 553, the second year of the abolition of the emperor of the Western Wei Dynasty, it divided Liangzhou and Zhizhou into Yangzhou, and changed Huaian into Huaining County. The counties belonged to Xingshi county and Longting County of Jinchang County of Liangzhou, Huangjin County of Weichang County of Zhizhou, and Huaining County of Huaichang County of Yangzhou.
In 554, Emperor Gong of the Western Wei Dynasty abolished Jinchang county and set up Tangcheng County in Tanghekou. The counties were divided into Xingshi County, Tangcheng County, Longting County, Huaining County and Huangjin county.
In 557, Duke Yu wenjue abolished the Western Wei Dynasty and established the Northern Zhou Dynasty, and changed Tangcheng county to Yangzhou.
In 570, Huaining County was changed to Huaichang County, and Longting county was abolished. The counties belonged to Tangcheng County, Xingshi County, Huaichang county and Huangjin county.
Sui Dynasty (581-618)
In the third year of Emperor Wen's reign (583), the county was abolished and the system of state and county was established. The county was divided into Tangcheng County, Xingshi County, Huangjin county and Huaichang county. In the second year of Daye (606), Emperor Yang withdrew the prefecture and restored it to Hanchuan county. Liang and Yang were merged into Hanchuan County, while Tangcheng county and Huaichang county were abolished. The county is located in Xingshi county and Huangjin County of Hanchuan county.
Tang Dynasty (618-907)
In the first year of Wude (618), Gaozu county was destroyed and restored. The county is located in Yangzhou, Xingshi county and Huangjin county.
In the first year of Emperor Taizong's Zhenguan reign (627), the country was divided into 10 counties, which were under the jurisdiction of Shannandao and Yangzhou. In the 23rd year, Xingshi county was changed into Xingdao county.
Xuanzong Kaiyuan 18 years (730 years), divided into Xingdao county north border set Huayang county (governance set Liyuan, now Yangxian Huayang Town County dam), county is Yangzhou Xingdao County, golden county and Huayang county. In 733, Shannan road was divided into East and West roads, and the county was under the jurisdiction of Yangzhou.
Xuanzong Tianbao first year (742), the abolition of the state, line County, county system, the county is Shannan Xidao Yangchuan County, Xingdao County, Huangjin county and Huayang County; three years province Huayang County, the jurisdiction of Xingdao County; seven years to restore Huayang County, is Jingzhao house (set up Chang'an). In the eighth year, Qingshui Valley (a green valley, located in Huayang town of Yangxian county) road was opened, and the "jade book" was placed in Taibai cave, so Huayang county was changed into Zhenfu County; in the eleventh year, Zhenfu county was designated as Yangchuan County; in the fifteenth year, Yangchuan Prefecture was moved from Xixiang County to Tangcheng County, and the counties belonged to Xingdao County, Huangjin county and Zhenfu county.
In the first year of emperor Qianyuan of suzong (758), Yangchuan county was changed into Yangzhou (Tangcheng, now Yangcheng County). The county is located in Xingdao County, Huangjin county and Zhenfu county.
In the third year of Guangqi's reign (887), a military governor was set up in Yangzhou, and he also unified Pengzhou and bizhou.
In 902, Wang Jian, the governor of Xichuan, took Xingyuan mansion, and Li Sijing, the governor of Wuding army in Yangzhou, attached the prefecture to Shu.
Five Dynasties and ten states (907-960)
In the early days, the county belonged to Qianshu. In the first year of Xiankang in the former Shu Dynasty (925, the third year of Tongguang, Zhuangzong in the later Tang Dynasty), the later Tang Dynasty sent the Wei King Jiji to lead his troops to attack Shu to Xingzhou (now the year of Lueyang County in Shaanxi Province). Wang Chengzhao, the governor of Shuwu army, descended to the later Tang Dynasty with three prefectures of Yang, Peng and Bi.
The first year of Yingshun, the Min emperor of the later Tang Dynasty (later)
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