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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 (184—220 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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