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Xia Dynasty History

Xia Dynasty, the first hereditary dynasty recorded in Chinese history books. The Xia Dynasty is generally considered to be a tribal alliance country. The "family world" in Chinese history began with the establishment of the Xia Dynasty, creating a precedent for the hereditary throne of China for nearly four thousand years. From the Tang, Yu to Xia, Shang, and Zhou dynasties, the feudal feudal period was divided, and the emperor and the princes divided and ruled. After Dayu succeeded in water control, the world was divided into Ji, Ji, Qing, Xu, Yu, Yang, Jing, Liang, and Yong Jiuzhou, and Jiuding was cast as a symbol of national power. Therefore, Kyushu has become synonymous with the Chinese state. The Xia Dynasty was transmitted for fourteen generations. After seventeen years, it lasted for about 471 years and was destroyed by the Shang Dynasty. As the first dynasty in Chinese traditional history, the Xia Dynasty had a high historical status. Later generations often called themselves "Hua Xia" and made it synonymous with China.

History of Xia Dynasty

China in the Xia Dynasty