Western Han Dynasty

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Shu Han
... Shu-Han was one of the three states competing for control of China during the Three Kingdoms period, after the fall of the Han Dynasty ... Some historians argue it was the last Han Dynasty because its founding emperor Liu Bei was directly related to the sovereign family of the original Han Dynasty, and bore their surname ...
Huo (surname) - Notable People With The Surname Huo
... Huo Qubing (霍去病 140 BC–117 BC), Western Han Dynasty general Huo Guang (霍光 d. 68 BC), Huo Qubing's half-brother, Western Han Dynasty statesman Huo Chengjun (霍成君 d. 54 BC), Huo Guang's daughter, Western Han Dynasty empress Huo Jun (霍峻 177-216), Eastern Han Dynasty general Huo Yi (霍弋), Huo Jun's son, Shu general of the Three Kingdoms period Huo Ji ...
Chinaware - Gallery - Han (202 BC To 220 AD)
... Ceramic sculptures with polychrome, from the 2nd century BC, Han Dynasty An earthenware goose pourer with lacquerware paint designs, Western Han, late 3rd century BC to early 1st ...
Han - Miscellaneous
... Han (trilobite) Han unification (Chinese character glyph unification) in Unicode Alternative spelling of title Khan (title), notably in Turkic ...
Shen Buhai
... Wade–Giles Shen Puhai, died 337 BC) was a Chinese bureaucrat who was the Chancellor of Han under Marquis Zhao of Han from 351 BC to 337 BC ... After Han conquered Zheng in 375 BC, he rose up in the ranks of the Han officialdom ... Shen Buhai successfully reformed the bureaucracy in the State of Han his reforms would later be copied by other states ...

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