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Oct.11-13 - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Oct. 1113, 2010...

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Oct. 11–13, 2010 1. Sū Qín ū    He was a Warring States rhetorician and statesman. He was the legendary inventor of the “vertical alliance” concept. He was a commoner from Luoyang. He was not recommended because everyone knew his family members were farmers. His family gave him the silent treatment upon his return. He studied the 2. Luò ū    This was the capital of the Zhōu royal domain. It was located in modern-day Luòyáng e . 3. Sū Dài ū , Sū Lì ū   These were the younger brothers of Su Qin. They did not like Su Qin’s determination on being an officer. 4. Zhōu Xi nwáng ǎ H    King Xi n of Zhōu ǎ (r. 367 – 320 BCE ) 5. Shāng Yāng ū   Huiwen Wang killed him. 6. Qín Xiào-gōng    Lord Xiào of Qín (r. 361 – 338 BCE ) 7. Qín Huìwén Wáng    King Huìwén of Qín (r. 337 – 311 BCE ; title “king” assumed in 325)
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