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Oct.8-11 - Chinese 252 Names &Terms Oct. 8-11, 2011...

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Oct. 8-11, 2011 States: 1. Yān t (northernmost of the ancient states; the capital was loc. in the approximate area of modern-day Běijīng; the ruling house was said to be descended from Shào- gōng, “the Duke of Shào,” of the early Zhōu dynasty) Dates: 2. 314 BCE Qí invades and lays waste to Yān. 3. 285 BCE Yān invades and lays waste to Qí People, Places, and Sayings: 4. King Kuài t of Yān (r. 320 – 314 BCE) He wanted to be like Yao and Shun, so he yielded his throne to Zi Zhi instead of his son. 5. Z Zhī ǐ ǔ (King Kuài’s prime minister) He was not very popular among the people. The people rebelled, and he was killed by King Xuan. 6. King Xuān t of Qí (r. 319 – 301 BCE) 7. Mèngz ǐ ǔ 8. King Zhāo t of Yān (r. 311 – 282 BCE) 9. Guō Wěi t He was the tutor and then prime minister to King Zhāo of Yān. 10. qiān jīn shì g ǔ 1 This means to “purchase bones for a thousand gold pieces”. It means to be uncommonly sincere and generous in searching for talented advisors. 11.
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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