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    The first emperor of China was Ying Zheng (http://www.livescience.com). They all have hollow tips on there clothes (http://www.nationalgeographic.com). DNA was found on the site where the warriors were found (http://www.natureworldhistory.com). The emperor who made this was the father of the great wall of china (http://www.swissinfo.ch). All of the figures are all grey today (http://www.nationalgeographic.com). The man that discovered the clay army is now 75 years old (http://www.swissinfo.ch). These are based on real life fighting soldiers to protect (http://www.livescience.com). There were all different soldiers and no one of them were alike (http://www.livescience.com). Each and everyone of those figures are worth 8.5 million a piece or more (http://www.smithsonian.com). They sell 5 foot tall replicas in some stores and hotels in china (http://www.smithsonian.com). The clay figures have been in that resting spot for more than 2000 years (http://www/smithsonian.com). Most of the clay figures are finished and completed and not broken (http://www.natureworldnews.com). The emperor was in the date in history known as the Han Dynasty (http://www.livescience.com). They all have clay horses and…

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    Emperor Qin Shi Huang was a good emperor for Ancient China’. Qin Shi Huang was the first emperor of China and established the Qin dynasty, which lasted from 221BCE-207BCE (Travel China Guide, 1998-2015). Qin Hi Shuang was one of the greatest emperors of China, creating many of the significant monuments we know China for today, but he was also one of the most tyrannic and cruelest. He killed his brothers to make sure that he would always be emperor (Travel Guide China,1998-2015) and embarked…

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    China is the largest and strongest country in Asia. It’s the country that has the most population in the world. Through out the history until now, China has always been the greatest country among other countries because of their government and the powerful culture. China has produced many philosophers, masterminds, engineering and many artists to create ideas developing the country. And one of the best architecture that was ever designed was The Great Wall of China. In Chinese The Great Wall of…

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    After the decline of the Ming Dynasty and the death of the last Ming Emperor, the Qing Dynasty quickly made its rise claiming the throne. But shortly after establishing imperialism, it became the last dynasty to ever rule in China. The purpose of this paper is to tell how the Qing Dynasty rose to power, and why it was the last one to rule. This research paper will be an enlightenment to important emperors who were key roles in the rise and fall of the dynasty, the arts that were introduced from…

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    The Ming Dynasty began with the overthrow of the Mongols in china 1368 A Peasant's son Hongwu, commanded the rebel army that drove the mongols out of china China extended its rule intro Mongolia and central Asia, and briefly re-conquered Vietnam under the Ming emperors. Ming rulers ran an effective government, using a centralized bureaucracy staffed by officials who had taken the civil service examination Ming emperor set up a nationwide school system They completed the grand canal, on which…

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    Warring States Essay

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    Empire which become know as modern day China which encompassed the former seven warring states and the northern part of Korea. It was at this point also that the nation-state of China was born. The Chinese cultural core consists of two key component parts: the Mandate of Heaven governing principle and the tripartite ideological/cosmological core and both were developed during the Zhou Dynasty period. The Mandate of Heaven doctrine helps to determine if an emperor of China is…

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    Thereafter, Uthman had sent one of the Arab generals to accompany the Chinese ambassador on his way back during 651 CE. Subsequently, the Chinese emperor met the Arab general with generosity (Arnold 2006). This fictive incident happened in the reign of emperor Toasting from the Tang dynasty. It states that Yazdegerd sent an envoy to the emperor of China after his defeat in the battle of Nahawand. And when the envoy had returned, he asked about what had happened. The Persian messenger retold the…

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    Lasting from 628 to 907 AD, the Tang Dynasty was considered the Golden Age of China. Gaozu was the first emperor of the Tang Dynasty. He came to power after his defeat of the Sui Dynasty. Taizong, the son and the successor of Emperor Gaozu, was considered the greatest emperor in all of China because of his many lasting achievements. His achievements included military reform, creation of law codes, equal-field system, and the establishment of the Silk Road which led to the influx of traders…

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    The Ming Dynasty is one of the greatest of the Chinese dynasties. The Ming Dynasty ruled ancient China from 1368-1644 (1). A dynasty is made up of rulers coming from the same family line over many generations. Sons, brothers, and male cousins would follow each other in controlling the dynasty. The Ming Dynasty lasted over three hundred years with sixteen different rulers taking control of the dynasty. The Ming Dynasty followed the Yuan Dynasty which was run by Mongols. During the final…

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    favorite concubine. She used her political savvy, timed with the mysterious disappearances of her competitors to rise from concubine to empress. The emperor was weak, and enthralled by her charm, so Wu was the real power behind the throne. For her all her unsavory traits however, she was a fair and competent ruler who would initiate major improvements in China. stabilized empire, centralized power and created stable economy. began campaign to elevate position of women, so…

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