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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Qin Dynasty
Qin Shi Huang (and#31206;and#22987;and#30343;) (November or December 260 BC - September 10, 210 BC), personal name Zheng, was king of the Chinese State of Qin from 247 BC to 221 BC, and then the first emperor of a unified China from 221 BC to 210 BC, ruling under the...
Qin Shi Huangdi imposed the State of Qin's centralized, non-hereditary bureaucratic system on his new empire in place of the Zhou's quasi-feudalistic one.
Qin Shi Huang was the second Chinese sovereign to proclaim himself "Emperor", after reunifying China in 221 BC.
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 Tao Te Ching - Chinese Original in PinYin Romanization
shi yi sheng ren chu wu wei zhi shi, xing bu yan zhi jiao; wan wu zuo er fu shi, sheng er fu you, wei er bu shi, gong cheng er fu ju.
shi wei wu zhuang zhi zhuang, wu wu zhi xiang, shi wei hu huang.
shi yi sheng ren you nan zhi, gu zhong wu nan yi.
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 Qin Shi Huang   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Qin Shi Huang was born in the Chinese month zhēng (正), the first month of the year in the Chinese calendar then in use, and so he received the name Zheng (政), both characters being used interchangeably in ancient China.
This name Qin Shi Huang (i.e., "First Emperor of the Qin Dynasty") is the name that appears in the Records of the Grand Historian written by Sima Qian, and is the name most favored today inside China when referring to the First Emperor.
Qin Shi Huang continued military expansion during his reign, annexing regions to the south (what is now Guangdong province was penetrated by Chinese armies for the first time) and fighting nomadic tribes to the north and northwest.
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 NegenCommentaren.COM - Deel 3 — De tirannie van de Chinese Communistische Partij
Er was ook geen noodzaak om alle zaken, groot of klein, steeds volgens de suggesties van partijleden uit te voeren.
Er is een gezegde: “Het Partijbeleid is als de maan: het verandert elke 15 dagen.” Het doet er niet toe hoe vaak de Partij haar beleid verandert, iedereen in het land moet het keurig volgen.
Zhao bracht een hert binnen in het koninklijke hof en zei dat het een paard was.
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 Qin Er Shi - Definition, explanation
Qin was the clan name of the royal house of the State of Qin,
Qin Er Shi was the son of Qin Shi Huang (the First Emperor of Qin), but he was not the original crown prince.
In 207 BC, the Qin dynasty was on the brink of collapse and Zhao Gao was afraid that Qin Er Shi would ask him to take the blame.
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 Royalty.nu - The History of China - The First Emperor, Shi Huangdi (Shih huang-ti)
At Er Shi's command, the First Emperor's childless concubines and maids were buried alive in the First Emperor's vast underground tomb.
The influential eunuch then put a new emperor, Er Shi's nephew Ziying, on the throne, but soon Zhao Gao was assassinated and all members of the Qin family, including Ziying, were killed.
The Qin Terracotta Army: Treasures of Lintong by Zhang Wenli.
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  The Emperor and the Assassin
The King of Qin now tells General Wang that he wants revenge on the kingdom of Zhao for the disrespect they had shown to he and his family when he was a boy.
Qin was one of the western kingdoms in the Warring States Period.
Er Shi Huangdi’s reign was characterized by revolt.
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  Qin Shi Huang at AllExperts
Qin Shi Huang ordered all the members of the former royal houses of the conquered states to move to Xianyang (å'¸é™½), the capital of Qin, in modern day Shaanxi province, so they would be kept under tight surveillance for rebellious activities.
Qin Shi Huang continued military expansion during his reign, annexing regions to the south (what is now Guangdong province was penetrated by Chinese armies for the first time) and fighting nomadic tribes to the north and northwest.
• Xi'an: The Tomb of Qin Shi Huang
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 Xiao Qin - Pronounce My Name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Qin Shi Huangdi imposed the State of Qin's centralized, non-hereditary bureaucratic system on his new empire in place of the Zhou's feudalistic one.
Qin aggrandizement was aided by frequent military expeditions pushing forward the frontiers in the north and south.
Qin Shi Huang was the first Chinese sovereign to proclaim himself "Emperor", after reunifying China in 221 BC.
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 the truth about china and its cover ups - Qin Shi Huang - BlogHoster
Qin Shi Huang (秦始皇) (November/December 260 BC-September 10, 210 BC), personal name Zheng, was king of the Chinese State of Qin from 247 BC to 221 BC, and then the first emperor of a unified China from 221 BC to 210 BC, ruling under the name First Emperor.
Qin Shi Huang and Li Si unified China economically by standardizing weights and measures, the currency, the length of the axles of carts (so every cart could run smoothly in the ruts of the new roads), the legal system, and so on.
Qin Shi Huang was buried in his mausoleum, with the famous Terracotta Army, near modern day Xi'an (Shaanxi province), but his burial chamber has yet to be opened.
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  Wikinfo | Qin Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The King of Qin, Ying Zheng, proclaimed himself Qin Shi Huangdi (the First Emperor), a formulation of titles previously reserved for deities and the mythological sage-emperors.
In consolidating power, the Qin Shi Huangdi imposed the State of Qin's centralized, nonhereditary bureaucratic system on his new empire in place of the Zhou's feudalistic one.
Qin aggrandizement was aided by frequent military expeditions pushing forward the frontiers in the north and south.
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 Qin Er Shi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Qin Er Shi (229 BC - beginning October 207 BC), literally Second Emperor of Qin Dynasty, personal name Huhai, was emperor of the Qin Dynasty in China from 210 BC until 207 BC.
Qin Er Shi was the son of Qin Shi Huang (the First Emperor of Qin), but he was not the original crown prince.
In 207 BC, the Qin dynasty was on the brink of collapse and Zhao Gao was afraid that Qin Er Shi would ask him to take the blame.
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 Li Si Summary
According to the Shi Ji, Li Si was responsible for the death of Han Fei.
According to Sima Qian, Li Si persuaded Qin Shi Huang to suppress intellectual dissent, and when Confucian scholars protested, 460 of them were buried alive.
When Qin Shi Huang died while away from the capital, Li Si and the chief eunuch Zhao Gao suppressed the late emperor's choice of successor, causing him to commit suicide, and installing another crown prince in his place, Qin Er Shi(秦二世, 贏胡亥).
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 Shi, Chr, Di, für, heute, Zweck Qin Shi Huang Di
Qin Shi Huang Di Kaiser Qin Shi Huangdi (秦始皇帝, Pinyin: Qín Shǐ Huángdì, Bedeutung wörtlich: Erster Gottkaiser Qin, * 259 v.
Qin Shi Huang Di stand auch für Despotismus bzw.
Shi Huang Dis Mausoleum befindet sich in seiner damaligen Hauptstadt Chang'an (heute Xi'an) in der Provinz Shaanxi und wird von der als UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe eingestuften Terrakottaarmee „bewacht“.
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 Feng Shui Times for Articles, Resources and Feng Shui Tips for your Home and Office   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Qin Shi Huang however was obsessed with the afterlife (as with many famous kings of great civilizations).
The Qin Mausoleum, located in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, is surrounded by Mt. Lishan to the south and the Weihe River to the north.
After Qin Shi Huang's death, his son Er Shih decreed that his father's concubines who did not bear sons be buried alive in the emperor's grave.
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 1. The Qin Dynasty - All Empires
Qin was originally a small, backward state on the western fringes of the Zhou Empire.
Qin was backward in terms of culture, but it had a very strong and disciplined army which included chariots and a powerful cavalry force.
Qin power was at a high point after this victory, but a coalition of states managed to keep its power in check.
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Before turning to the Qin, I may briefly describe rel evant aspects of the ancient Assyrian empire: Assyria was a semitic state of northern Mesopotamia, with their later capital at Nineveh (near modern Mosul, Iraq).
While he encouraged the uniform weights and measures innovated by the Qin, this was aimed less at protecting the merchants themselves than at safeguarding everyone els e from being cheated by merchants, while also facilitating centralized administration.
The Legalist Qin regime banned use of money, debarred the merchants from trading in grain, forbade the inns needed by traveling merchants (as well as itinerant thieves), and doubly taxed the merchants at their market stalls and at toll gates along the roads.
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 Chinese History - Qin Dynasty 秦 event history (www.chinaknowledge.de)
Like the Zhou Dynasty, the Qin Dynasty's homelands were in the far west, between nomadic tribes, giving it probably more warfare energy than the people of the states in the Yellow River basin.
One king of Qin is said to have died from an injury sustained during a contest in lifting a bronze vessel.
Except personal reasons, the main factor for the downfall of the Qin Dynasty was the overextension of peasant labour that had not only to work the fields but also to built roads, walls and to serve in the military.
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 Battle of Julu Information
The Qin prime minister, the eunuch Zhao Gao, had become jealous of Zhang's success up to that point and was concerned that Zhang would replace him.
He falsely accused, before Qin Er Shi, Zhao of military failure and conspiracy with the rebels.
Qin Ziying, on the throne for 46 days, surrendered to Liu Bang at Xianyang, capital of Qin, marking the end of the Qin dynasty.
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 Qin Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He decreed that thenceforth he was to be known as Shi Huangdi, or First Emperor, his immediate successor, Er Shi, or Second Emperor, and so on even down to the ten-thousandth generation.
All ownership of land and its inhabitants was vested in Shi Huangdi.
Er Shi in 206 BC was murdered by Zhao Gao, and Shi Huangdi's grandson was placed on the throne.
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 Qin Dynasty -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China -- Research Into Origins Of Huns, Uygurs, ...
Qin Lord Zhuanggong hence recovered the territories called Quanqiu (i.e., Feiqiu, the land of Da-luo) and enjoyed Zhou court's conferral of the title of 'Xi Chui Da Fu', i.e., the 'Da Fu' on the western border.
Qin Lord Aigong hence dispatched Zi Pu & Zi Hu, with 500 chariots, to Chu in 504 BC and defeated Wu army at Junxiang.
Qin General Bai Qi defeated the Zhao in the Battle of Changping in 260 B.C.(?) and buried alive all Zhao prisoners of war.
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 Was the Qin dynasty 221-206BCE or 256-202BCE? - China History Forum, chinese history forum
The unified Qin dynasty was from 221 BC to 206 BC.
The Qin was established as a state in 770 BC after the patriarch escorted King Ping of Zhou to his new capital at Luo Yi.
Qin Zhao Xiang Wang claimed himself emperor(Di) along with the Qi as emperors of the east and west decades before Qin Shi Huang Di.
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 Qin Chin Dynasty
In 221 BC the Qin state defeated the last of its rivals.
The leader of the Qin state, declared himself Qin Shihuandi.
Qin had successfully unified China and began the longest period of rule by a single political system the world has known.
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 Qin Dynasty (221-205 B.C.)
Shi Emperor attacked the Huns (Hungarians) (215 B.C.), conquered the south (214 B.C.), built the Great Wall.
Chen Sheng and Wu Guang Xiang rebelled against Qin and were killed.
Qin Er Shi was killed and Zi Yin succeeded him (207 B.C.)
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 CalendarHome.com - 207 BC - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Emperor Qin Er Shi of the Qin Dynasty of China is assassinated by his chief eunuch Zhao Gao.
Qin Er Shi, Emperor of the Qin Dynasty of China.
Zhao Gao, Chief eunuch in the service of the Emperors of the Qin Dynasty of China.
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 Qin-Dynastie China
Qin Shi Huangdi lehnte konfuzianische Moral- und Herrschaftsregeln ab und richtete sich nach seinen Beratern, die eine realistische und auf den Lehren des Legismus beruhende Herrschaftsform vertraten.
Er ließ zahlreiche Paläste und Kanäle erbauen, unter anderem in seiner Hauptstadt originalgetreue Nachbauten der Paläste der unterworfenen Feudalfürsten.
Er konzentrierte sich vor allem auf die Fertigstellung der Bauten seines Vaters, was zu einem Aufstand der Zwangsarbeiter führte.
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 207 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Emperor Qin Er Shi of the Qin Dynasty of China is assassinated by his chief eunuch Zhao Gao.
Philopoemen of the Achaean League defeats the Spartans under Machanidas, in the Battle of Mantinea.
Qin Er Shi, Emperor of the Qin Dynasty of China.
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If you explored the village in the last chapter, you might remember that the village chief was lusting after Shi, even though she was married.
Shi will accuse the chief of killing her husband, and the villagers, believing her, will kill the chief.
But the villagers will still want to bury Shi with her dead husband, and they’ll ask you to kill a monster to the northwest, to obligate them to change their minds.
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 CalendarHome.com - - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Such were the destruction of the Library of Alexandria, the Burning of books and burying of scholars under China's Qin Dynasty, the destruction of Mayan codices by Spanish invaders, and in more recent times the book burnings by the Nazis.
From China's 3rd Century BCE Qin Dynasty to the present day, the burning of books has a long history as a tool wielded by authorities both secular and religious, in efforts to suppress dissenting or heretical views that are perceived as posing a threat to the prevailing order.
The damage to Chinese culture was compounded during the revolts which ended the short rule of Qin Er Shi, Qin Shi Huang's son.
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