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Northern China built the Great Wall to protect itself from the invasions of the XiongnuSakaScythianTouman nomads.
Northern China built the Great Wall of China to protect itself from invasions of the Xiongnu nomads.
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Northern China built the Great Wall of China to protect itself from invasions of the Xiongnu nomads.
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