Guangnan East Circuit or Guangnan East Province was one of the major circuits during the Song dynasty. Its administrative area corresponds to roughly the modern Chinese province of Guangdong (minus Leizhou Peninsula) and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau.[2]

Guangnan East Circuit
Traditional Chinese
Hanyu PinyinGuǎngnán Dōng Lù

Guangnan East Circuit within Song dynasty territory, c. 1100
 • 1162784,774[1]
 • Preceded byGuangnan Circuit
 • Created988 (Song dynasty)
 • Abolished1278 (Yuan dynasty)
 • HQGuǎng Prefecture

Guangnan East Circuit and Guangnan West Circuit were split from Guangnan Circuit in 988.

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  1. ^ Song Shi, ch. 89.
  2. ^ Shi, p. 227.
  • Shi Weile, ed. (2005). 中国历史地名大词典 Zhōngguó Lìshǐ Dìmíng Dà Cídiǎn [Large Dictionary of Chinese Historical Place Names] (in Chinese) (1st ed.). Beijing: China Social Sciences Press. ISBN 7-5004-4929-1. OCLC 61167815.
  • (in Chinese) Toqto'a; et al., eds. (1345). Song Shi [History of Song].