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Jin Dynasty - Jin Dynasty People, Wu Hu, Emperor Wen of Liu Song, Shi Hu, Juqu Mengxun, Liu Cong, Liu Yao, Shi Le, Yao Chang, Qiao Z (Paperback) Loot Price: R433
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 67. Chapters: Jin Dynasty people, Wu Hu, Emperor Wen of Liu Song, Shi Hu, Juqu Mengxun, Liu Cong, Liu Yao, Shi Le, Yao Chang, Qiao Zong, Murong Chao, Qifu Chipan, Murong Jun, Battle of Fei River, Wang Meng, Fu Jian, Yao Hong, Li Gao, Xie An, Emperor Shao of Liu Song, Sima Shi, Fu Liang, History of the Jin Dynasty, Wang Hong, Xu Xianzhi, Li Shi, Li Xin, Lelang Commandery, War of the Eight Princes, Wu Hu uprising, Wang Xizhi, Wei-Jie war, Song Hun, Liu Yu's expeditions, Zhang Guan, Empress Sima Maoying, Huan Wen's expeditions, Xie Daoyun, Empress Dowager Xiao Wenshou, Jin Zhuo, Migration of the eight clans, Second Chinese domination, Wei-Xianbei war, Fu Hong, Zhang Yuansu, Period of Disunity, Book of Jin, Li Te, Lady Xiahou Hui, Wang Tanzhi, Disaster of Yongjia. Excerpt: Emperor Wen of Liu Song (( ), (Liu) Song Wen-di) (407-453), personal name Liu Yilong ( ), nickname Che'er ( ), was an emperor of the Chinese dynasty Liu Song. He was the third son of the dynastic founder Emperor Wu (Liu Yu). After his father's death in 422, Liu Yilong's eldest brother Liu Yifu took the throne as Emperor Shao. In 424, a group of officials, believing Emperor Shao to be unfit to be emperor, deposed Emperor Shao and placed Liu Yilong on the throne as Emperor Wen. In his 29 years of rule, Emperor Wen largely continued the grand plan of his father and some of the land policies of the Jin Dynasty. The period, called the "Yuanjia administration" ( ), is seen as a period of prosperity and strength, because of the emperor's diligence and ability to find capable and honest officials to serve in his administration. However, Emperor Wen was faulted for making repeated failed attempts to attack rival Northern Wei and using the wrong strategies in doing so, weakening his state toward the end of his rule. In 453, angry that...

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Imprint: University-Press.Org
Country of origin: United States
Release date: September 2013
First published: September 2013
Authors: Source Wikipedia
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 4mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 68
ISBN-13: 978-1-230-57515-5
Categories: Books
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LSN: 1-230-57515-4
Barcode: 9781230575155

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