History Of The Han Dynasty: Emperor Wu-Di

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Han dynasty: Emperor Wu-Di Han Dynasty brief introduction: Han dynasty which lasted from 206 BC to 220 AD is one of the longest major dynasties we have ever seen in the history. The Han dynasty is generally considered to be the golden age in the history of Chinese civilization. It had been marked and symbolized as the national strength and cultural advancement. It also marked the advancement in art, science and technology. Fig: Map of Han Empire. Liu Bang, the first emperor of Han dynasty is the first original commoner to be emperor in the Chinese history. The Pride and Glory of Han Empire is often compared with Greece and Roman empire. Some of the remarkable achievement of Han dynasty are the initialization of the central government system, the establishment of Civil service exam, invention such as paper and compass, establishment of Silk road, etc. Here are the aspects of historical figure being considered: WHO is it? Historical figure: Emperor Wudi. Emperor Wu Di was born in 156 BC as the tenth son of Emperor Jingdi (156–141 BC). His given name was “Liu Che”. Even through he was not the first child of Emperor Jingdi he was well groomed by his relatives and teachers to be the successor of his father as an emperor due to his enthusiastic nature in learning the wisdom such as Confucianism and Taoism and his intellect. He succeeded as Emperor in 141 BC after his Father died. He became the sixth Emperor of the Han Dynasty, he ruled over 54 years

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