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Three_kingdoms - Three kingdoms(220 AD 265 AD The only dynasty that was written into a book Introduction This period is formed by three kingdoms

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Three kingdoms (220 AD- 265 AD) The only dynasty that was written into a book
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Introduction This period is formed by three kingdoms– Cao Wei, Eastern Wu and Shu Han. They divided China into three parts. The first emperor of Wei was Cao Pi, who was the son of Cao Cao. The emperor in Shu was Liu Bei. The emperor in Wu is Sun Quan.
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Timeline Chaos: 184 AD- 192AD Warlords divide Chinese lands: 193 AD- 207 AD Three leaders began to invade and take lands from governors: 208 AD- 215 AD Establishments of three kingdoms: 1.Wei: 220 AD 2.Wu: 222 AD 3.Shu: 229 AD The family of Sima established dynasty of Ji: 265 AD The ending of three kingdoms: 1. Shu: 263 AD 2. Wei: 265 AD 3. Wu: 280 AD
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Chaos of eastern Han Reasons: 1. Royalty family members plunder the powers. “ Ten eunuchs” almost took the powers from the emperor”. 2. The powered people began to take lands and populations crazily. Plus with natural disasters, leading a miserable life. people gradually lose confidence in the
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HISTORY 210 taught by Professor St. john during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Three_kingdoms - Three kingdoms(220 AD 265 AD The only dynasty that was written into a book Introduction This period is formed by three kingdoms

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