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History of the Three Kingdoms

Late Eastern Han Dynasty to early Western Jin Dynasty-the period of Wei Shu and Wu Dingli, the Three Kingdoms (220 ~ 280 years, and another 184, 190, or 208 years), was a period of split confrontation between Eastern Han and Western Jin in Chinese history There are three regimes, Cao Wei, Shu Han and Dong Wu. The era of the Three Kingdoms was magnificent and full of vitality, which often caused later thoughts. Time scholars at the beginning of the Three Kingdoms period have different opinions, and they are generally divided into narrow sense and broad sense. In the narrow sense, in 220 years, Cao Yu forced the Eastern Han Dynasty to offer emperor's jealousy, founded the country, Cao Wei, and started the destruction of the Eastern Han Dynasty. Broadly speaking, the Yellow Turban Rebellion began in 184. Historians pay more attention to the formation and process of the formation of the Three Kingdoms. Since the Eastern Han Dynasty in 184, they have lost the political entity and the dominance of the majesty and formed the prototype of the Three Kingdoms until the Wei Dynasty. Therefore, the time from 184 to 220 is often included in the Three Kingdoms period for discussion.

List of Emperors of the Three Kingdoms

History of the Three Kingdoms

China in the Three Kingdoms Period