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- or khitan empire northern liao (1122–1123), a brief khitan state kara khitan (1124–1218), or western liao, khitan empire in central asia khitan language
- the khitan small script was one of two khitan writing systems used for the now-extinct khitan language. it was used during the 10th-12th century by the
- the khitan large script was one of two khitan writing systems used for the now-extinct khitan language. it was used during the 10th-12th centuries by
- the goryeo-khitan wars, which were continued with the second goryeo-khitan war (1010) and third goryeo-khitan war (1018). in 993, the khitan invaded goryeo's
- this article is about the khitan state. for the turkic state, see kara-khanid khanate. the kara-khitan or qara-khitai khanate (mongolian: Хар Хятан;
- the second goryeo-khitan war was an 11th-century conflict between the kingdom of goryeo and the liao dynasty (the khitan empire) near what is now the border
- the goryeo–khitan war was a series of 10th- and 11th-century conflicts between goryeo and the khitan empire (liao dynasty) near the present-day border
- the khitan people (chinese: 契丹; pinyin: qìdān; old turkic: ; kitayn), or khitai, kitan, or kidan, were a nomadic people originally from mongolia and manchuria