China4 - Empire 111-110 B.C. (Eastern and Southern Yue,...

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HAN GAOZU (reigned 202-195 B.C.) HAN KAO-TSU LIU BANG (247-195 B.C.) LIU JIN
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THE HAN DYNASTY (202 B.C. – 220 A.D.) FORMER HAN DYNASTY (202 B.C. – 9 A.D.) XIN DYNASTY (9 – 23 A.D.) LATER HAN DYNASTY (25 – 220 A.D.)
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FORMER HAN DYNASTY (202 B.C. – 9 A.D.) HAN GAOZU (LIU BANG) (reigned 202-195 B.C.) CHANG’AN (capital) WU DI (reigned 141-87 B.C.) SIMA QIAN (145-85 B.C.) DONG ZHONGSHU (179-104 B.C.) ZHANG QIAN
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FIVE ELEMENTS WOOD METAL FIRE WATER EARTH
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EXPANSION OF THE EMPIRE UNDER WU DI 121-119 B.C. (Xiongnu are driven north of the Gobi desert) The Great Wall extended Colonists are sent to the North-West Silk Road opens between China and the Parthian
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Unformatted text preview: Empire 111-110 B.C. (Eastern and Southern Yue, i.e. Vietnam, are brought under Chinese control) 108 B.C. (Korea conquered) XIN DYNASTY (9 23 A.D.) WANG MANG THE RED EYEBROWS LATER HAN DYNASTY (25 220 A.D.) GUANG WU DI (reigned 25-57 A.D.) LUOYANG (capital) BAN GU (32 - 92 A.D.) HANSHU (BOOK OF HAN) BAN ZHAO (45-116 A.D.) LESSONS FOR WOMEN DEMISE OF THE LATER HAN FLOODS (175 and 173 A.D.) THE YELLOW TURBANS (184220 A.D.) ZHANG JUE TAIPING DAO THE FIVE PECKS OF RICE BAND CAO CAO (died 220 A.D.) CAO PEI (THE WEI DYNASTY)...
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