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  Chinese History - Han Dynasty æ¼¢ event history (www.chinaknowledge.de)
The army reform of Emperor Wudi lead to the stationing of garrisons throughout the empire, in the capitals of the commanderies (jun 郡), from 111 on the standing army was organized in eight commanderies (xiaowei 校尉).
Emperor Wudi had the obsession to be cursed by witchcraft and to be the victim of political plots of the feudal princes and their consultants ("clients" binke 賓客, "wandering knights" youxia 遊俠).
A state as large as Han China after the expansion to the west, south and northeast (see next chapter) lacked junior staff for the many civil offices in the capital and throughout the empire.
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  Qwika - similar:Han_Dynasty
Han Zhaodi (漢昭帝) Family name:Liu (劉 liú) Given name:Fuling (弗陵;, fúlíng) Posthumous name:(full)Xiaozhao (孝昭, xiào zhāo)"filial and accomplished" Posthumous name:
(short)Zhao (昭, zhāo)"accomplished" Emperor Zhao of Han (94 BC–74 BC) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty from 87 BC to 7...
Han Jingdi (漢景帝) Family name:Liu (劉 liú) Given name:Qi (啟 or 啔 qĭ) Posthumous name:(full)Xiaojing (孝景, xiào jĭng)"filial and decisive" Posthumous name:
(short)Jing (景, jĭng)"decisive" Emperor Jing of Han (188 BC–141 BC) was an emperor of China in the Han Dynasty from 156 BC to 141 BC.
Han Huidi (漢惠帝) Family name:Liu (劉 liú) Given name:Ying (盈 yíng) Dates of reign:195 BC–188 BC Posthumous name:(full)Xiaohui (孝惠, xiào hùi)"filial and benevolent" Posthumous name:
(short)Hui (惠, hùi) Emperor Hui of Han (210 BC–188 BC) was the second emperor of the Han Dynasty in China.
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 Han Dynasty Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The western-eastern Han convention is used nowadays to avoid confusion with the Later Han Dynasty of the Period of the Five Dynasties and the Ten Kingdoms although the former-later nomenclature was used in history texts including Sima Guang's Zizhi Tongjian.
Emperor Wu decided that Taoism was no longer suitable for China, and officially declared China to be a Confucian state; however, like the emperors before him, he combined Legalist methods with the Confucian ideal.
Emperor Wu also dispatched Zhang Qian twice as his envoy to the Western Regions, and in the process pioneered the route known as the Silk Road from Chang'an (today's Xi'an, Shaanxi Province), through Xinjiang and Central Asia, and on to the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
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 Emperor Ming of Han - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Han Ming-ti, (28-75) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.
The reigns of Emperor Ming and his son Emperor Zhang were typically considered the golden age of the Eastern Han Emperor and known as the Rule of Ming and Zhang.
In 57, Emperor Guangwu died, and Crown Prince Zhuang succeeded to the throne as Emperor Ming.
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 Han Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
During the Han Dynasty China officially became Confucian state and prospered domestically: agriculture handicrafts commerce flourished and the population reached 50 Meanwhile the empire extended its political and influence over Vietnam Central Asia Mongolia and Korea before it finally collapsed under a of domestic and external pressures.
Emperor Wu decided that Taoism was no suitable for China and officially declared China be a Confucian state; however like the emperors before he combined Legalist methods with the Confucian ideal.
Emperor Wu also dispatched Zhang Qian twice as his envoy to the Regions and in the process pioneered the known as the Silk Road from Chang'an (today's Xi'an Shaanxi Province) through Xinjiang and Central Asia and on to east coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
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 Emperor Guangwu of Han China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Emperor Guangwu (January 15, 5 BC - March 29, 57), born Liu Xiu, was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty, restorer of the dynasty in AD 25 and thus founder of the Latter Han (the name of the restored Han Dynasty), who ruled over the whole of China from 36 until 57.
The Prince of Changsha was the brother of Emperor Wu, the famous Emperor of the Former Han, and he was the son of Emperor Jing.
After assembling forces and proclaiming himself Emperor in the face of competitors, he was able to defeat his rivals, destroy the peasant army of the Red Eyebrows (&36196;&30473;) who were wreaking havoc in the country, and finally reunify the whole of China in AD 36.
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 Emperor Xian of Han Summary
Emperor Xiàn was the son of Emperor Ling and was the brother of Emperor Liu Bian (who later became known as Prince of Hongnong).
Ascension to the throne and collapse of the Han regime
The former emperor died in 234 and was buried with honors due an emperor, using Han ceremonies, and then-emperor of Wei Cao Rui was one of the mourners.
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 Han Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Emperor Wu: The next reign of Emperor Wu, comprising the years 140 to 87 BC, was one of the most important periods in Chinese history.
The usurpation of Wang Mang [Frederick-Gorman]: The cause of the downfall of the Han Dynasty is to be traced to the ambition of its imperial women.
The fact that Emperor Wu caused the mother of his son to be put to death before he appointed him heir, is sufficient to show that the interference of an empress dowager in affairs of state had long been a matter to be dreaded.
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 Emperor Wu of Han Summary
Emperor Wu successfully repelled the nomadic Xiongnu from systematically raiding northern China and dispatched his envoy Zhang Qian in 139 BC to seek an alliance with the Yuezhi of modern Uzbekistan.
Emperor Wu was born as Prince Che to Emperor Jing and one of his favorite concubines, Consort Wang Zhi in 156 BC.
Emperor Wu was greatly pleased by this gesture, and he dispatched an expedition force to attack Minyue, over the objection of one of his key advisors, Liu An, a royal relative and the Prince of Huainan.
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 building of the walls
Han emissary countered it by stating that Chanyu Modok even engaged in patricide while Han prince rebellion was merely an argument between father and son due to instigation by prime minister.
However, Han army was informed of the invasion beforehand and thoroughly defeated the three Hunnic columns with the armies from Zhangye "tai-shou" [magistrate] and auxiliary troops from the military farming areas.
Han court also dispatched representatives to kings and county magistrates as either military officials or civil service officials, which were validated by excavations from Wulei ruins in Luntai county.
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 huns han dynasty
Han Emperor Liu Bang led 300,000 army to attack the Huns in 200 BC.
Emperor Liu Bang accused Xin of being a coward, and Xin, for fear of punishment, surrendered to Modu.
Emperor Xiaowendi dispatched 100000 cavalry, led by Zhou She and Zhang Wu, against the Huns by stationing the army next to Chang'an city.
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 Han Dynasty - Definition, explanation
During this "pseudo-Taoism era", a stable centralized government over China was established through revival of the agriculture sectors and fragmentations of "feudal states" after the suppression of the Rebellion of the seven states.
From 138 BC, Emperor Wu also dispatched Zhang Qian twice as his envoy to the Western Regions, and in the process pioneered the route known as the Silk Road from Chang'an (today's Xi'an, Shaanxi Province), through Xinjiang and Central Asia, and on to the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
Han court officials who attempted to strip lands out of the landlords faced such enormous resistance that their policies would never be put in to place.
www.calsky.de /lexikon/en/txt/h/ha/han_dynasty.php   (2729 words)

  
 Ethnic Groups - china.org.cn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Hui artisans were famous for their craftsmanship in making incense, medicine, leather and cannons, as well as in mining and smelting of ore. Hui merchants played a positive role in the economic exchanges between the hinterland and border regions and in trade contacts between China and other Asian countries.
Hui scholars and scientists made outstanding contributions to China in introducing and spreading the achievements of Western Asia in astronomy, calendars, medicine and a number of other academic and cultural developments.
All Hui officials, executives and professionals are expected to work for the advancement of industry, agriculture, animal husbandry, culture and education in accordance with local conditions.
www.china.org.cn /e-groups/shaoshu/shao-2-hui.htm   (3371 words)

  
 First Division: The Imperial Annals
The Han dynasty located its capital near the destroyed Ch'in capital; the last Ch'in ruler surrendered his insignia and authority to the Eminent Founder of the Han dynasty; the latter accordingly assumed that he took over the Ch'in dynasty's power of water, whose color is fl.
Emperor Wu had established Inspectors of Regional Divisions, ranking at only 600 piculs, who were really spies of the central government, traveling about the commanderies, reporting upon the rule of the Administrators for those commanderies (who ranked at 2000 piculs).
Emperor Wu had flailed the Huns until, after his death, they were glad to submit and make peace with the Chinese; he had attacked the barbarians in all directions, so that eventually the border peoples recognized the might of the Chinese and kept the peace.
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 Chang'an - China-related Topics CE-CH - China-Related Topics
As the capital of the Western Han Dynasty, it was the centre of China's politics, economy and culture, the start of the Silk Road and an international metropolis which was comparable with the city of Rome at that time.
In 195 BC, his son, Emperor Hui of Han ChinaEmperor Hui of Han begun the construction of the walls of Chang'an and finished them in September of 191 BC.
Emperor Hui, Emperor Wu of Han ChinaEmperor Wu of Han then built several palaces in the city.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Chang'an   (516 words)

  
 First Division: The Imperial Annals
The Han dynasty located its capital near the destroyed Ch'in capital; the last Ch'in ruler surrendered his insignia and authority to the Eminent Founder of the Han dynasty; the latter accordingly assumed that he took over the Ch'in dynasty's power of water, whose color is fl.
Emperor Wu had established Inspectors of Regional Divisions, ranking at only 600 piculs, who were really spies of the central government, traveling about the commanderies, reporting upon the rule of the Administrators for those commanderies (who ranked at 2000 piculs).
Emperor Wu had flailed the Huns until, after his death, they were glad to submit and make peace with the Chinese; he had attacked the barbarians in all directions, so that eventually the border peoples recognized the might of the Chinese and kept the peace.
www.iath.virginia.edu /~cy2c/chun/hanshuChapterXIII.xml   (17682 words)

  
 The Homosexual Tradition in China
The names of the emperors, with their acknowledge favorites were recorded in the official histories of the period by Sima Qian and Ban Gu.
Emperor Wu r.140-87BCE and Han Yan, and Han Yue, and Li Yannian
Part of the reason for this was the huge impact made by the West from the 19th century on.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/pwh/china-gaytexts.html   (1342 words)

  
 Buddhism in China: Religions in China
Buddhism during the Han Dynasty was regarded as having its basis in magic in much the same way as Taoism and it first took root among members of the royal family and aristocracy.
Luoyang in North China became a major center where there was a focus on the translation of the scriptures while in South China Buddhism thrived in a tolerant atmosphere.
Tang Emperors claimed they were descendents of Lao Zi, the creator of Taoism and paid homage to Taoism but in practice they recognized the importance of Buddhism.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/religion/buddhism/han.htm   (943 words)

  
 Militarist - China Style
CE 92) was a prominent scholar, administrator and statesman at the Han Dynasty courts of Emperor Zhang of Han China......
Zhang Jiao (张角) was a legendary rebel leader during the period of the Han Dynasty in China.
At the end of the reign of the Han Emperor Ling, Zhang He (張郃) joined the volunteer army under Han Fu, in an attempt to suppress the Yellow turban rebellion.
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 CPAmedia.com: The Hui: China's most loyal Muslims
Muslims have been in China for well over a thousand years and yet they are still regarded as strange and inscrutable and backward, and politically suspect.
It was a Hui Muslim general that outraged the Uighurs of Kashgar by hanging a picture of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Chinese nationalism, in that city's Id Ga Mosque.
The Hui remain strong in the poor north-western provinces of Qinghai, Gansu and Ningxia--the old marching grounds of the Wu Ma group.
www.cpamedia.com /politics/hui_muslims_in_china   (1453 words)

  
 Emperor Gao of Han China - Famous Ancient Chinese People - Chinese
Born into a peasant family in Pei (present Pei County in Jiangsu Province), Liu Bang was once one of the leaders of the peasant insurrections in the late Qin Dynasty (221–206 BC).
Having defeated Xiang Yu, Liu Bang established the Han Dynasty in 202 BC and made Chang'an (present city of Xi'an) his capital city.
Emperor Gaozu's efforts laid a solid foundation for the over four-hundred-year reign of the Han Dynasty.
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 Eastern Han
"The Reunification of China in A.D. 280: Jin's Conquest of Eastern Wu." EMC 9 (2003): 1-34.
The Restoration of the Han Dynasty, with Prolegomena on the Historiography of the Hou Han Shu.
Boltz, William G. "Evoking the Ancestor: The Stele Hymn of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 C.E.)" Ph.D. thesis, Cambridge University, 1997.
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 Indian, Chinese, & Japanese Emperors
India and China are the sources of the greatest civilizations in Eastern and Southern Asia.
The only comparable development in China was the application of Marxism by the Communist government that came to power in 1949.
The Later Han is often called the "Eastern" Han because the capital was moved down the Huang He valley, back to where the capital of the Chou had been.
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 Amazon.com: "Western Han": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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"4 The famed Hall of Numinous Brilliance was built in the Western Han period to the southeast of the Confucian Temple in the city of Qufu, in the southwest quadrant of present-day Shandong...
CHHIN AND HAN PERIODS Just prior to the Western Han dynasty in the 3" century, the moral philosopher Mencius 21-f- engaged in debate with a reformer called Pai Kuci.
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