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  Encyclopedia: Han Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Emperor Jing of Han (188 BC–141 BC) was an emperor of China in the Han Dynasty from 156 BC to 141 BC.
Emperor Wen of Han (202 BC–157 BC) was an emperor of the Han Dynasty in China.
Emperor Yuan of Han (75 BC–33 BC) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.
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 Ruzi Ying - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 25, a rebellion against the temporary Emperor Gengshi rose involving the former Emperor Ruzi, and when the rebellion was defeated, he was killed.
He gave Ying the epithet Ruzi -- the same epithet that King Cheng of Zhou had when he was in his minority and under the regency of Ji Dan, the Duke of Zhou -- to claim that he was as faithful as the Duke of Zhou.
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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 Emperor Ping of Han - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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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 China to 306 CE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
China's prosperity had risen under Hedi (between the years 88 to 106), and the court of Hedi had become in size and luxury equal to the courts of previous Han emperors.
The boy was a great-great-grandchild of the emperor Zhangdi and became the emperor Lingdi.
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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 Chinese History - Han Dynasty event history (www.chinaknowledge.org)
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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 Han_Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Han dynasty, after which the members of the ethnic majority in China, the "people of Han," are named, was notable also for its military prowess.
The beginning of the Han Dynasty can be dated either from 206 BC when the Qin dynasty crumbled or 202 BC when Xiang Yu committed suicide.
After 200 years, Han rule was interrupted briefly during AD 9-24 by Wang Mang, a reformer and a member of the landholding families.
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 Emperor Ping of Han China Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Emperor Ping of Han China, ch 漢平帝;, py.
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
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 Han Dynasty - China History - China
During the Han Dynasty, China officially became a ConfucianismConfucian state and prospered domestically: agriculture, handicrafts and commerce flourished, and the population reached 50 million.
The Han dynasty, after which the members of the ethnic majority in China, the "Han Chinesepeople of Han," are named, was notable also for its military prowess.
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 ConfucianismConfucian ideal.
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 China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Revered in China during his lifetime in a way not easy for non-Chinese to understand, he was enormously influential around the world as well.
It is essentially a corridor running from the upper Yellow River in the east, along the verge between the Tibetan plateau on the one hand and the Gobi desert on the other, to the edge of the Xinjiang wastes in the west.
It formed with the encouragement of China, which needed a buffer zone between itself and the then-aggressive Tibetans, but Nan Chao soon became expansionist in it's own right, and proved to be a considerable threat to China at times.
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 Science Fair Projects - Emperor Ruzi of Han China
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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 Timeline: 5 CE to 500 CE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 emperor is assassinated by his son, who takes power and is assassinated by his brother, who becomes the south's Emperor Xiao Wu.
Emperor Ming is succeeded by his ten-year-old son, Emperor Shun, and in his behalf more murders follow.
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 Chinese Rulers and Emperors in History, Mythology, and Folklore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Strictly speaking the reign title refers to a number of years and the correct usage is therefore ‘emperor of the Hongwu period’.
Ming and Qing emperors kept one reign title throughout their reign but many earlier emperors changed them to mark an auspicious event or the start of a new era and years were then dated from the start of such reign eras rather than from the emperor’s date of accession.” [
By this point the Chou monarchy had lost all control over provincial dynasties, and the remaining Chou era is known as the "Warring States" period, as various local states contended for the Mandate of Heaven.
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 Encyclopedia: Emperor Ping of Han China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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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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 Chinese History - Rulers and titles (www.chinaknowledge.org)
For the ceremony of ancestal veneration that is in use within the whole population of China and was accordingly exerted by the rulers, the deceased emperor was given a honorific title, his temple name (miaohao 廟號).
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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 Guy Clark Ancient Coins and Antiquities- Chinese Coins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ch'in Dynasty, 255-206 BC, Emperor Huang-Ti (or Qin Shihuangdi), 221-210 BC, AE Pan-Liang (12 Shu or one Liang, 4.2g), Schjoth 82-83, Jen 47.
Han Dynasty, 206BC-AD221, San-Zhu (=3 Zhu), Schjoth 103, FD431, Jen 55.
China was now divided between the northern dynasties under non-Han rulers and the southern dynasties, now the guardians of Chinese civilization with their capital at Nanjing.
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 Emperador Ruzi de Han China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ju-tsu Ying, (ANUNCIO 5 - el ANUNCIO 9) era emperador pasado de la dinastía occidental china de Han.
Silbido de bala del emperador de Han China
English version: Emperor Ruzi of Han China Next: Campos De Pelennor Up
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 China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Emperors were often known by several different names - the family name, reign title, temple name and various honorary titles.
Many early emperors had more than one reign title but by the Ming and Qing periods, just one was kept throughout the reign.
Son of Guangzong + Li Empress Han, Concubine Yang
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