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Oct.4-6 - Chinese 252 Names&Terms Oct 46 2010 1 Zhnguc X...

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Chinese 252 Names &Terms Oct. 4–6, 2010 1. Zhànguócè   ( The Intrigues of the Warring States ) It was made from the combination of 6 earlier texts. It was composed by Su Qin. It is an ancient historical work compiled between 3 rd and 1 st centuries BCE. It accounts the strategies and political views of the School of Diplomacy and reveals the historical and social characteristics of the period. The Three Successor states of Jìn: 2. Zhào h Its ruler at in the beginning of the Warring States Period was Zhao Ji. It was one of the weakest states at the beginning of the Warring States Period. It gained strength during the reign of King Wuling of Zhao. It became the only state strong enough to rival mighty Qin. 3. Wèy h Its ruler at in the beginning of the Warring States Period was Wei Si. Its capital was moved from Anyi to Daliang during the reign of King Hui of Wei. It reached its height during the reign of the first two rulers (Marquess Wen of Wei and Marquess Wu of Wen). Its decline began with King Hui. 4. Hán h Its ruler at in the beginning of the Warring States Period was Han Qian. It became a frequent target of Qin’s military operations. It was the first of the other six kingdoms to be conquered by Qin. The Qin invasion of Han’s Shangdang Commandery ushered in the bloodiest battle of the whole period, the Battle of Changping.
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