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  Emperor Jing of Han - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emperor Jing of Han (188 BC–141 BC) was an emperor of China in the Han Dynasty from 156 BC to 141 BC.
Emperor Jing was born to Emperor Wen, then Prince of Dai, and Consort Dou, one of his favorite consorts, in 188 BC.
Emperor Jing had Zhou Yafu arrested and interrogated, and the interrogator, when told by Zhou that the armor and weapons were for burial purposes, accused him of "underground treason" -- i.e., ready to commit treason against the spirits of the emperors after he himself dies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Emperor_Jing_of_Han   (2182 words)

 Kingdoms of their Own
Emperor Wu picked up right where his father left off in suppressing rebellious warlords, powerful clans and bandits by ordering military action against the more notorious groups, cutting off as many as ten thousand heads at a time.
Emperor Wu's law enforcers quickly degenerated from men who honestly decided right and wrong to sycophants who enforced the harsh laws and regulations just to stay out of trouble themselves.
The Han Emperor, troubled by a court in decline for some time, gradually came to fear the possibility of an alliance between Choson and the Xiungnu in the north.
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 Emperor Wu of Han - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Emperor_Wu_of_Han   (5988 words)

 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.
Liu Jing (Lou Jing) further proposed that the prestigious families of former Zhou principalities, Chu-Zhao-Jing(3) families of Chu in sourthern China and Tian-Huai families of Qi in Shandong Province, be relocated to Chang'an for sake of defence against the Huns as well as easy supervision of those Zhou Dynasty people.
www.findthelinks.com /history/Huns_Turks/han_dynasty.htm   (6269 words)

 2. The Han Dynasty - All Empires   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Han Gaozu ruled for less than a decade, and his main contributions were to consolidate the dynasty.
Weak or infant emperor were manipulated by eunuchs and powerful court officials to their own means, and the peasants, burdened heavily with taxation, rose in revolt.
The later Han emperors were all puppets, and the puppet-masters were the mighty warlords, Dong Zhuo and later Cao Cao.
www.allempires.com /article/index.php?q=the_han_dynasty   (1121 words)

 Zou Jing - Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sanguo yanyi) Biography
Zou Jing served as Commandant to Liu Yan, governor of Youzhou district, during the later period of the Han Dynasty.
1: Liu Bei was a descendent of Prince Jing of Zhongshan, Liu Sheng, a great-great-grandson of the fourth Han Emperor, Jing.
Jing’s fewer numbers couldn’t prevail, and he was forced to retreat some thirty li from the city to pitch camp.
kongming.net /novel/sgyy/zoujing.php   (667 words)

 Chinese Dynasties - Western Han Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Emperor Wu succeeded to the throne in 140 BC and his reign is one of the most celebrated in Chinese history.
Emperor Wu continued to weaken the power of the vassal states by eliminating many fiefdoms and restoring central control over the prefectures and counties in the country.
When Emperor Wu came to power, substantial resources were available to him as a result of his own successful policies as well as those of his predecessors.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/history/han/western.htm   (1467 words)

 CNTO - China National Tourist Office
Emperor Qin Shihuang built a stone pool named the "Fairy's Spring." Both the Han Emperor Wudi and Sui Emperor Wendi enlarged it.
Tombs of emperors, including nine emperors of the Han (206 -224 BC) and 18 of the Tang (618-907), are located on the Xianyang Plain, together with stone lions.
The most famous royal tombs are the Mausoleum of Emperor Wu of the Western Han Dynasty, and those of Tang Empress Wu Zetian, and Western Han Emperor Jing.
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Thus the Dao De Jing, in the world of philosophy a small kingdom in its own right, has spawned diverse schools of thought, and these have elaborated upon and spread widely the original teachings—often in ways that might have surprised or distressed their creator.
The Dao De Jing is the philosophical counterpart—the rival and the complement—to the Analects of Confucius.
"The greater kingdoms loathe having a son of heaven" the Han king was advised at a conference of kings in 344 b.c.
www.ucpress.edu /books/pages/9387/9387.intro.html   (11742 words)

Though Emperor Qin had the honor of being the first to unify China among the warring powers into a central empire, after his death from illness, an ambitious courtesan conspired to falsify his edict to force a suicide on the crown prince thus conferring the throne on the younger son.
As the successive Han emperors rolled on, at some point, the usurpation of imperial power by the traditional outside military commanders and court relatives (usually from the distuff side) was given yet another element, that of the eunuch class.
Rebellions and revolutionary uprisings by the Hans populace aside, there was no lack of pro-royalty attempts by the Han Chinese bureaucrats and scholar/generals to fight the internal threats, foreign encroachments,and to institute the needed reforms and modernizations.
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 Liu Bang - China History Forum, chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Han Xin was indeed plotting a rebellion with the intention of joining forces with the Xiong Nu.
Han Xin was executed, along with his clan to the third degree.
But Han Xin and Peng Yue were dead and Jing Bu actually saw the dead Peng Yue (or pieces of Peng Yue because Peng Yue was minced and preserved and sent to all the feudal lords as a warning).
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=157   (3265 words)

 Church View Antiques - Chinese Antiquities, Ceramics and works of art of the Han Dynasty
The main Han Yangling complex was that of the Emperor Jing Di (188 - 141BC) and his wife Empress Wang
To mark this occasion, the Chinese authorities have allowed a selection of artifacts, 250 in total, recovered from the mausolium of the fourth Han Emperor Jing Di, to be exhibited in the Provinciehuis, Antwerp.
A state- of- the- art museum, known as Han Yangling, is now open to the public and visitors can view the pits and their contents from various angles.
www.churchviewantiques.com /han_dynasty.htm   (598 words)

 Teaching Chinese Archaeology, object 16 - NGA
Liu Sheng was a son of the Han emperor Jing Di and ruled over the principality of Zhongshan.
The practice of completely covering the body with jade may have evolved from earlier burial traditions, in which individual jade pendants and face coverings were attached to cloth and placed over the body.
Full-body jade coverings prevailed during the Western Han period but seem to have been limited to members of the Liu family, from which the Han emperors were descended.
www.nga.gov /education/chinatp_sl16.htm   (497 words)

 Han Jing Di (156 140 B.C.)
After the death of Lu Hou (180 B.C.), Liu Heng was crowned as Han Wen Di.
In 157 B.C., Wen Di died and Qi took over the kingship and was known as Han Jing Di.
Duke Wu refused to acknowledge Jing Di as the king, and eventually sparked the Rebellion of the Seven Kingdoms.
www.yutopian.com /chinesechess/stories/hanjing.html   (358 words)

 lui bang,lui bei?? - China History Forum, chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Han Dynasty, which as you said, was founded by Liu Bang, was in great trouble.
Liu Bei clamed to be desended from Emperor Jing of the Former Han.
Emperor Jing was a close relation with Liu Bang.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=1884   (707 words)

 Ask Us A Question - The Chinese calendar (Traditional Chinese: 農曆; Simplified Chinese: 农历; pinyin: ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Usually, the emperor would institute a new name upon accession to the throne, and then change to new names to mark significant events, or to end a perceived cycle of bad luck.
Around the Han Dynasty, the stem-branch cycle also began to be used to mark years.
Note: The third jiéqì was originally called 啓蟄 (qǐzhé) but renamed to 驚蟄 (jÄ«ngzhé) in the era of the Emperor Jing of Han (漢景帝) to avoid writing his given name å•“ (also written as å•Ÿ, a variant of å•“).
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Liu Bei was a descendant of Prince Sheng of Zhongshan, a great-great-grandson of the fourth Han Emperor Jing.
Under Emperor Liu Shan, Zilong was appointed Central Army Guard, General Who Conquers the South, and General Who Guards the East and titled Lord of Yongchang Precinct.
The Han courts appointed Han Sui as Zhen Xi Jiangjun (General Who Defends the West) and to be stationed at Jing Cheng; Ma Teng was appointed as Zheng Xi Jiangjun (General Who Conquers the West) and to be stationed at Tun Mei.
www.freewebs.com /shuhan/shugenerals.htm   (1532 words)

 DDJ Lecture Notes
It was not called jing (classic) until the Han emperor Jing (156-141 BCE) called it so.
After the elevation of the text the elevation of Laozi was not too far behind: by 165 CE under emperor Huan he was said to be coeternal with the sun, moon, and the stars.
Han Feizi: de is the perfection of personality.
www.aarweb.org /syllabus/syllabi/g/gier/308/ddj.htm   (1363 words)

 Works part A.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
However, Xu Shen of the Later Han dynasty, in the Differing Meanings of the Five Canons (Wujing yiyi) states that when Duke Xi of Lu committed this error, Dong considered it to be a "small evil"(Wang M 1981: 659).
Above, we have shown that there is reasonable cause to suspect that Dong Zhongshu was not the author of some or all the material in Section A. It fits poorly with both a number of his specific positions and the more general tendency of his thought.
Coming to the time of Han Emperor Jing, Shou and his disciple Huwu (Zidu), a man of Qi, then wrote it down on bamboo and silk, and gave it to Dong Zhongshu, all made manifest in the charts and prognostication texts.
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 The Xiong Nu Empire - History Forum
During his reign, the Xiong Nu kept their strentgh, Zhi Yu managed to sack the Imperial Palace near Chang’an (the Han capital) in 166 but he married with a Han princess and opened the Xiong Nu territories to Han spies disguised as officers.
Ho Han Yeh, a half-Chinese Xiong Nu prince, entered Han protectorate in 58 BC but his brother Zhi Zhi revolted against him and declared his independence in the same year.
After Ho Han Yeh’s death in 31 BC, the Eastern Xiong Nu re-gained their power and eventually overthrew the Han protectorate in 18 BC under the rule of Yu Chang Yu.
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 China: One Hundred Treasures Exhibition on Asianart.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This group of three foot soldiers were discovered in a Han dynasty tomb.
The detailed depiction of dress and armor provides vivid insight into warfare in the Han period.
The occupant of the tomb was apparently Zhou Yafu, a high-ranking official who had helped the Emperor Jing of Han to conquer seven warring states.
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 Tour Itinerary - Classic Journey through China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Visit the valley of the 13 Ming tombs to view the treasures buried with one of the Ming emperors.
Stop by the tomb of the Han emperor Jing Di; see thousands of small figurines depicting all walks of life from the second century B.C., in stark contrast to the more martial figures you will see tomorrow.
In the company of a local archaeologist, enjoy special access to perhaps the greatest archaeological find of the 20th century: the army of terra-cotta warriors.
www.iexplore.com /eintmap/China/49013   (576 words)

 Liu Bei
Liu Bei was a native of Zhuo Jun. He was a descendent of Prince Zhong Shan, Liu Sheng, a son of Emperor Han Jing Di.
Liu crowned himself as the Emperor of Shu during the Three Kingdoms.
At the end of Donghan Dynasty, Liu was made the judge of Anhe, because of his contribution in settling the Yellow Scarf Rebels.
www.yutopian.com /names/15/liubei.html   (343 words)

 3kingdoms.net Frontier Palace - The Liu family tree
- Liu Bei was said to have descended from Liu Zhen, son of the Prince of Zhongshan, Liu Sheng, who was the seventh son of Emperor Jing of Western Han.
Yes it is always a taboo to have the same name or even write the name of a relative of the royal family.
We see this so much in chinese history where people's names have been rewritten using another character as a homophone since the late Emperor's father's name was that character.
www.3kingdoms.net /forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=6841   (867 words)

 Romance of the Three Kingdoms Novel Officer Appearances   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
First Emperor of Shu and sworn brother of Guan Yu and Zhang Fei.
Killed Han Xuan and surrendered his territory to Liu Bei.
Local official, was sent as emissary to Wu, swearing oath of alliance with Sun Quan.
www.kongming.net /novel/appearances/?kingdom=Shu&sort=appearance   (1136 words)

 Were The Huns Turkic Or Mongol? - History Forum
Since China at that time was divided between many warring states like Qin, Zhao, Yan, Qi, Lu, Wei, Han and Chu, the Xiong Nu easily raided Northern China throughout 4th century BC.
After Mao Dun’s death, he was succeded by Zhi Yu (also known as Ki Ok or Lao Shang), who ruled between 174 BC and 160 BC.
This is from Chinese History records so the names are like the Chinese knew them not there real names(turkic names).
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 Mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han Dynasty China -- Sightseeing with Google Satellite Maps
Mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han Dynasty China -- Sightseeing with Google Satellite Maps
Mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han Dynasty China
Two more burial pyramids joined by an elaborate garden.
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