Xi Han Dynasty 西汉(西漢 206 B.C.-8 A.D.)
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    Xi Han Dynasty 西汉(西漢 206 B.C. - 8 A.D.)


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    Xi Han Dynasty (206 B.C. 8 A.D.)

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    Han Gao Zu Liu Bang (206 194 B.C.)

    Chu Ba Wang (206 202 B.C.)

    Xiang Yu (232-202 B.C.)crowned himself Xi Chu Ba Wang. Liu Bang set up the Hong Men Banquet in 206 B.C. The battles between Han and Chu began until Xiang Yu was defeated and killed himself in Wu Jiang (202 B.C). Han Gao Zu was surrounded in Pingcheng while attacking the Huns (Hungarians). Made Changan his capital (200 B.C.). Killed Han Xin (197 B.C.) and Peng Yue (196 B.C.)

    Fall of Egypt (30 B.C.)

    Roman Empire covers most of Western Europe.

    Birth of Christ

    (~4 B.C.).

    Andean peoples and Toltecs inhabit South America

    Han Hui Di

    (194 187 B.C.)

    Han Lu Hou (the queen) took over the administration in 194 B.C.)and killed concubine Qi and her son prince Zhao. Killed Jing Bu (195 B.C.). Xiao He (193 B.C.) and Fan Kuai (189 B.C.) executed.

    Han Lu Hou

    (187 179 B.C.)

    Queen Lu Hou in charge of the administration, and made Chen Ping and Shen Shi Qi her left and right ministers (187 B.C.). Lu Hou abolished prince Xiao Di and was kill by You.

    Han Wen Di

    (179 156 B.C.)

    Chen Ping and Zhou Bo as left and right ministers. Jia Yi (202-157 B.C.) given the title of National Scholar. Chen Ping dies in 178 B.C. Prince Qi (later known as Han Jinh Di) killed his cousin Prince Xian over a game, sparking the Rebellion of the Seven Kingdoms by Xian's father Duke Wu, after the death of Han Wen Di.

    Han Jing Di

    (156 140 B.C.)

    Sent princess to marry the Huns (Hungarians) prince. Rebellion of the Seven Kingdoms of Wu and Chu (154 B.C.). The tomb of Jing Di's son Liu Sheng was unearthed in Hebei in 1968.

    Han Wu Di

    (140 86 B.C.)

    Zhang Du's (?-114B.C.) expedition to the West (139-132 B.C.) which helped to open up the Silk Road (130-115 B.C.). Established an administration with scholars, and a civil system (130 B.C.). Sent Wei Qing (?-108 B.C.) to fight the Huns. Established a Game Official position in his administration. Wu Di ordered Hou Qubing (140-117 B.C.)to fight the Huns (119 B.C.). Li Guang commited suicide the same year. Sima Xiangru died in 117 B.C. Conquered Korea (108 B.C.). Dong Zhong Shu (176-104 B.C.) died. Sima Qian , the first to write history of China (97 B.C.). Ordered Li Ling to attack the Huns (99 B.C.). With only 5000 soldiers, Li was defeated bitterly. Sima Qian urged Wu Di to spare Li's life and got himself into trouble. Instead of beheaded, Sima Qing was castrated (98 B.C.). Dong Fong Shuo (154-93 B.C.) and Li Guang Li (?-88 B.C.) died

    Han Zhao Di

    (86 74 B.C.)

    Huo Guang (?-68 B.C.) assigned to be in charge of the administration. Home-coming of Su Wu (140-60 B.C.) in 81 B.C. Sang Hong Yang killed (80 B.C.)

    Han Xuan Di

    (74 49 B.C.)

    Huo conspired to overthrow Han (66 B.C.). Zheng Ji (?-49 B.C.) built irrigation canal (59 B.C.). Gui Zi fought invasion led by Huns' king (59 B.C.). Tibet established empire (57 B.C.)

    Han Yuan Di

    (49 32 B.C.)

    Inlaws of Empress Wang (75-33 B.C.) became powerful (49 B.C.). Korea established empire (37 B.C.)

    Han Cheng Di

    (32 6 B.C.)

    Wang Zhao Jun married Hun's King (33 B.C.). Made Wang Mang duke of Xin Du (16 B.C.)

    Han Ai Di

    (6 0 B.C.)

    Han Ping Di

    (0 6 A.D.)

    Wang Mang murdered Emperor Han Ping Di (5 A.D.) and crowned himself king (6 A.D.)

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