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History of the Han Dynasty

The Han Dynasty (202 BC-220 AD), divided into Western Han Dynasty and Eastern Han Dynasty, was a strong unification empire after the Qin Dynasty. Gao Zu Liu Bang founded the country in 202 years ago, and settled in Chang'an. After the administration of Wen Jing, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty further promoted the unification of the unity and reached its peak when "Zhao Xuan Zhongxing". In 9 AD, Wang Mang usurped the regime, ending the Western Han Dynasty. In 25 years, the royal family Liu Xiu became the emperor, established the Eastern Han Dynasty, and settled in Luoyang. Created the rule of Guangwu ZTE and Mingzhang, all nations came to the DPRK. During the Han Dynasty, ethnic integration developed unprecedentedly, foreign exchanges were frequent, and national strength and economy were relatively strong. And the unification of culture has laid the foundation for the social development of the Chinese nation for two thousand years, and has made great contributions to the continuation and standing of the Chinese civilization. The Han Dynasty lasted more than 400 years. The 220th year of Zen was located at Cao Yu, King of Wei, and ended in Eastern Han Dynasty.

List of Emperors of the Han Dynasty

History of the Han Dynasty

China in the Han Dynasty