China3 - COUNTIES) COUNTIES) BUREAUCRATIZATION...

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SHANG YANG (DIED 338 B.C.) The Book of Lord Shang fa (the law) mutual-surveillance units GONGSUN YANG KUNG-SUN YANG LORD SHANG
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HAN FEIZI (DIED 233 B.C.) HAN FEI-TZU MASTER HAN OPPOSITION TO CONFUCIANISM ART OF MANIPULATING PEOPLE GUIDELINES FOR RULERS LI SI (280-208 B.C.) LI SSU
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    Archeological Excavations at the Qin Capital Site
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    QIN SHI HUANG DI (reigned 221-210 B.C.) CH’IN SHIH HUANG -TI ZHENG WANG (reigned 246-221 B.C.) YING ZHENG (259-210 B.C.) PRIME-MINISTER LÜ BUWEI
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    233-221 B.C. (CONQUEST OF CHINA) Zheng Wang: “Insignificant person that I am, I have called troops to punish violence and rebellion. Thanks to the help of the ancestral spirits, these six kings have all acknowledged their guilt and the world is in profound order. ..Let the deliberations be held on an imperial title.”
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    REFORMS REFORMS CENTRALIZATION (36 COMMANDERIES;  CENTRALIZATION (36 COMMANDERIES; 
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Unformatted text preview: COUNTIES) COUNTIES) BUREAUCRATIZATION BUREAUCRATIZATION UNIFICATION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, UNIFICATION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, COINAGE AND SCRIPT COINAGE AND SCRIPT STANDARTIZATION OF THOUGHT STANDARTIZATION OF THOUGHT RELOCATION OF NOBLE FAMILIES RELOCATION OF NOBLE FAMILIES LARGE-SCALE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS LARGE-SCALE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS EXPANSION EXPANSION XIONGNU (BARBARIC NORTHERNERS) YUE (VIETNAM) GENERAL MENG TIAN (THE GREAT WALL) JING KE FU XU LI SI ZHAO GAO QIN ER SHI HUANG DI (alias YING HUHAI, reigned 210-207 B.C.) YING ZIYING (reigned 207-206 B.C.) XIANG YU Tomb of First Emperor at Xian, Lines of Soldier Statues Tomb of First Emperor at Xian, Sold LIU BANG (247-195 B.C.) LIU BANG (247-195 B.C.) LIU JIN HAN GAOZU (reigned 202-195 B.C.) HAN KAO-TSU...
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