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  Emperor Ping of Han Information
Emperor Ping was allegedly poisoned by Wang Mang after reigning less than 6 years, because Wang was concerned that he would avenge his uncles, and his successor, the toddler Emperor Ruzi, would be chosen by none other than Wang Mang himself.
Circa 5, Emperor Ping, having grown older, appeared to have grown out of his earlier heart condition, and it became fairly plain that he resented Wang Mang for slaughtering his uncles and not allowing his mother to visit him in Chang'an.
As the emperor was suffering the effects of the poison, Wang Mang wrote a secret petition to the gods, in which he offered to substitute his life for Emperor Ping's, and then have the petition locked away.
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  Encyclopedia: Emperor Ping of Han
The emperor or huangdi (皇帝 in pinyin: huang2 di4) of China was the head of government and head of state of China from the Qin dynasty in 221 B.C. until the fall of the Qing dynasty in 1911.
Emperor Yuan of Han (75 BC–33 BC) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.
Emperor Ai of Han (27 BC–1 BC) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.
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 Chinese era name. Who is Chinese era name? What is Chinese era name? Where is Chinese era name? Definition of Chinese ...
Han Wudi was conventionally regarded as the first emperor to declare a nian hao; however he was only the first to use a nian hao in every year of his reign.
Han Wudi changed period title every five years or so, going through a total of eleven reigning slogans during his reign from 140 BC to 87 BC.
Emperors from the Tang Dynasty up to but not including the Ming Dynasty are better identified by their unique miao hao (廟號), or "temple names." Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty emperors are known by their era names, because during these two dynasties the practice was to choose only one motto for the whole reign.
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 Ruzi Ying
In 25, a rebellion against the temporary Emperor Gengshi rose involving the former Emperor Ruzi, and when the rebellion was defeated, he was killed.
However, Emperor Ruzi did not ascend the throne, but was given tht title of crown prince.
In the spring of 9, Wang Mang, the emperor, created the former Emperor Ruzi the Duke of Ding'an (and made his daughter, the former empress dowager, duchess dowager).
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 Encyclopedia: Xin Dynasty
Wang was born in a distinguished family, but his father died when he was young and he held minor posts until being made a marquis in 16 BC.
In 8 BC he was appointed regent for Emperor Cheng, but Emperor Cheng died in 7 BC or 6 BC and was succeeded by Emperor Ai, who was not related to Empress Dowager Wang.
Much of the Han bureaucracy was destroyed and the Han dynasty was restored in AD 25 when Liu Hsiu took to the throne.
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 china10K.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The reign of Emperor Wu was the golden age of the Han Dynasty.
After the death of Emperor Ping, Ruzi Ying (a child, the youngest great-great-grandson of Emperor Xuan) was placed on the throne but deposed three years later by Wang Mang who proclaimed himself emperor in A.D. 8 and named his regime the Xin Dynasty.
The Western Han was an important period in Chinese history because it was the time when the establishment of the Han nationality as the core nationality in China took place.
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 Emperor Ruzi of Han China Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Emperor Ruzi of Han China Info - Bored Net - Boredom
Emperor Ruzi of Han China, ch 孺子嬰;, py.
Ju-tsu Ying, (AD 5 - AD 9) was last emperor of the Chinese Western Han Dynasty.
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 China to 306 CE
With the monarchical system of government, Han rule was on a long range course toward disaster, but the short term was served by Wendi being an able ruler, a ruler known for his regard for the interests of his subjects.
All Han emperors since Mingdi had become emperors when adolescents, two of them as young as two, and most had begun their rule with their dowager empress mother serving as regent.
Emperor Ling died in 188 or 189, at the age of thirty-three, while military governors were clinging to the greater independence that they had acquired during the war against the Yellow Turbans.
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 Emperor Ping of Han China. Who is Emperor Ping of Han China? What is Emperor Ping of Han China? Where is Emperor Ping ...
Han P'ing-ti, (9 BC - AD 6) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.
Liu Xing, grandson of Emperor Yuan's consort Feng
Referenced By Emperor Ai of Han China
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 Xin Dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It followed the Western Han Dynasty and preceded the Eastern Han Dynasty.
The Xin Dynasty's sole emperor, Wang Mang, was the nephew of Grand Empress Dowager Wang Zhengjun, and he became powerful after the death of her step-grandson, Emperor Ai in 1 BC.
However, while he was a creative scholar and politician, he was an incompetent ruler, and his capital Chang'an was sieged in 23 by agrarian rebels.
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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).
The time of Emperor Xuandi is often compared with the peaceful and prosperous time of the Emperors Wendi and Jingdi, but the political background and the forces acting within the inner court were very different to that of the early Han period.
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 The Decline of the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire
The Decline of the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire
The Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire were two of the most powerful entities to rule their respective parts of the world.
The Han Dynasty was established by a former policeman.
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 culture knowledge--The Qin the three kingdoms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The emperor possessed supreme power while the ministers only had the right to discuss the state affairs and give advice but had no right to make decisions.
In the central government, there were chengxiang (chancellor) who assisted the emperor in administrative affairs, yushidafu (imperial counsellor) who supervised officials of all ranks, and taiwei (supreme commander) who took charge of military affairs.
In the reign of the Emperor Wen of the Wei, a recruitment system ("classifying talented people into nine grades for government appointment") was established and a law instituted to acknowledge the gentry-lord's right to serve the government and be granted economic privileges.
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 Han Dynasty information - Search.com
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.
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.
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 Emperor Ping of Han
Emperor Ping of Han (9 BC–AD 5) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty from 1 BC to 5 AD.
Emperor Ping was allegedly poisoned by Wang Mang after reigning less than 6 years, because Wang was concerned that he would avenge his uncles, and his successor, the toddler Emperor Ruzi, would be chosen by none other than Wang Mang himself.
As the emperor was suffering the effects of the poison, Wang Mang wrote a secret petition to the gods, in which he offered to substitute his life for Emperor Ping's, and then have the petition locked away.
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 Timeline: 5 CE to 500 CE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Liu Xiu of the Han dynasty is succeeded by his son, Emperor Ming, who is to reign for eighteen years while China's economy continues to recover from war and chaos.
The Christian emperor of the eastern half of the empire, Valens, is defeated by Christianized Germans called Goths, at Adrianople.
Emperor Ming is succeeded by his ten-year-old son, Emperor Shun, and in his behalf more murders follow.
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 Science Fair Projects - Ruzi Ying
Emperor Ruzi of Han (AD 5–AD 9), commonly known as "Ying the Kid" (ch.
孺子嬰, pinyin: rúzi yīng) and with the personal name of Liu Ying (劉嬰), was last emperor of the Chinese Western Han Dynasty from AD 6 to AD After Emperor Yuan died without heirs, Wang Mang chose the youngest of the available successors in order to maintain his power in the government.
He was soon deposed by Wang Mang who declared the "Xin (New) Dynasty" in place of the Han.
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 Read about Wang Mang at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Wang Mang and learn about Wang Mang here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Liu family and founded Xin (or Hsin) Dynasty (新朝, meaning "new dynasty"), ruling AD The Han dynasty was restored after his overthrow, and historians have traditionally viewed Wang as a "usurper," while some others have portrayed him as a visionary and selfless social reformer.
Emperor Ai, who was not related to Empress Dowager Wang.
Much of the Han bureaucracy was destroyed and the Han dynasty was restored in AD 25 when Liu Hsiu-
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 Emperor Ruzi of Han Definition / Emperor Ruzi of Han Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Emperor Ruzi of Han (AD 5–AD 9Centuries: 1st century BC - 1st century - 2nd century Decades: 40s BC 30s BC 20s BC 10s BC 0s BC - 0s - 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s...
Chinese characters or Han characters (汉字/漢字) are used in the written forms of the Chinese language, and to varying degrees in the Japanese and Korean languages (though the latter only in South Korea).
Use of Chinese characters has disappeared from the Vietnamese language — in which they were used until the 20th century — and from North Korea, where they have been completely replaced by Hangul....
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 Liu Ying (Ruzi) - Western Han Ruler and Emperor Biographies - English
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The family of the wife of Yuan-di dominated the palace, and her nephew Wang Mang was made regent over Ru-zi.
They encouraged him to found his own Dynasty, and in the year AD 9, Wang Mang usurped the throne and declared himself Xin Emperor, ending the two-hundred year rule of the Han.
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 Chinese Han Dynasty
Much was to be done to restore the strenth of the empire, and gain the support of the people.
The Emperors placed on the throne during this period included six year old Pingdi, and two year old Ruzi.
The Western Han dynasty was defeated and the capital was moved east to Luoyang.
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 Wang Mang
Wang consolidated his power by having his daughter made the consort of Emperor Ping.
Wang Mang and his 1,000 courtiers made their last stand and fought until they were completely obliterated.
Much of the Han bureaucracy was destroyed and the Han dynasty was restored in AD 25 when Liu Hsiu-Emperor Guangwu took to the throne.
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 Wang Mang - Famous Ancient Chinese People - Chinese
The Han dynasty was restored after his overthrow, and historians have traditionally viewed Wang as a "usurper," while some others have portrayed him as a visionary and selfless social reformer.
In 8 BC he was appointed regent for Emperor Cheng, but Emperor Cheng died in 7 BC or 6 BC and was succeeded by Emperor Ai of HanEmperor Ai, who was not related to Empress Dowager Wang.
Much of the Han bureaucracy was destroyed and the Han dynasty was restored in AD 25 when Liu Hsiu took to the throne.
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 china10K.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Wang Mang was the nephew of Wang Zhengjun, wife of Emperor Yuan.
In the time of Emperor Ping, Empress Wang dominated the court and appointed Wang Mang the Marshall of State and General-in-Chief, who had overall authority over the court affairs.
Soon Liu Xiu declared himself emperor in the Hebei and established the Eastern Han Dynasty.
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 Encyclopedia: Emperor Ping of Han China
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Emperor Ping of Han (9 BC–AD 6) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty from 1 to 6.
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 Reviews [Point2e]: Where The Legend Begins [TVB]
Then her mom in law demanded for both sons to return to her and both Cao Zi and Cao Chi Man was asked to return home by a letter written by Yan Fook, who reluctantly did it because she knew it was a ploy by her husband to get rid of the brothers.
Emperor Fuxi had many daughters, Fufei was just one of them (mother could be Nüwa).
In spite of that, Cao Zhi was the object of suspicion of both Wei emperors he served under, and died at the age of 41 as a frustrated and depressed man, never having held an important position in government.
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 Chinese History - titles of rulers and names of persons (www.chinaknowledge.de)
Talking of an emperor it is important not only to call him "Taizu" or "Gaozu" but also adding the dynasty because every dynasty has an ancestor of this name, hence say "Tang Taizong" 唐太宗, "Song Taizong" 宋太宗, "Song Gaozong" 宋高宗, "Qing Gaozong" 清高宗.
Ming and Qing emperors only chose one reign motto and are generally known with this reign motto (Hongwu 洪武, Yongle 永樂, Kangxi 康熙, Qianlong 乾隆) and not with their temple name (Ming Taizu 明太祗, Ming Chengzu 明成祗, Qing Shengzu 清聗祗, Qing Gaozong 清高宗).
From the Han Dynasty on, emperors bestowed their relatives and sons with the title of wang that has from now on to be translated as "Prince".
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 Ancient Chinese Coin Ancient Chinese Coin Gold Asian Ancient Coin
Han Dynasty, 206BC-AD221, San-Zhu (=3 Zhu), Schjoth 103, FD431, Jen 55.
The last Wei emperor conquered the Minor Han kingdom, but was deposed 2 years later by one of his generals who founded the Western Jin Dynasty, ruling as Wedi.
Li Yuan, who served as emperor by the name of Kao Tsu, was also from a northern aristocratic family with a long tradition of government service and usurped the throne in order to restore order.
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 Emperor Gengshi of Han China -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Emperor Gengshi of Han China -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Emperor Gengshi of Han China, (Click link for more info and facts about ch.) ch.
(Imperial dynasty that ruled China (most of the time) from 206 BC to 221 and expanded its boundaries and developed its bureaucracy) Han Dynasty
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