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Wang Mang, Xin dynasty, DA QUAN WU SHI (50-cash) Chinese bronze coin


 

Real Gold inlay value 5000 Knife, Yi Dao Ping Wu Qian 7 AD Xin dynasty Wang Mang


 

Wang Mang, 9-23 A.D. Chinese Coin Huo Quan 货泉 14-22 AD Xin Dynasty


 

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Foundations of Chinese Civilization: The Yellow Emperor to the Han Dynasty


by: Jing Liu

Who founded China? Are Chinese people religious? What is Chinese culture and how has it changed over time? The accessible and fun Understanding China Through Comics series answers those questions and more.

For all ages, Foundations of Chinese Civilization covers China's early history in comic form, introducing philosophies like Confucianism and Daoism, the story of the Silk Road, famous emperors like Han Wudi, and the process of China's unification.

Includes a handy timeline.
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Chang'an 26 BCE: An Augustan Age in China


During the last two centuries BCE, the Western Han capital of Chang'an, near today's Xi'an in northwest China, outshone Augustan Rome in several ways while administering comparable numbers of imperial subjects and equally vast territories. At its grandest, during the last fifty years or so before the collapse of the dynasty in 9 CE, Chang’an boasted imperial libraries with thousands of documents on bamboo and silk in a city nearly three times the size of Rome and nearly four times larger than Alexandria.
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The Ancient Chinese World


by: Terry Kleeman, Tracy Barrett
Pangu, a god asleep inside a giant black egg for 18,000 years, wakes up to create the world. Liu Bang, the founder of a Chinese dynasty, begins his life as a peasant. Sun Tzu, a fearless war strategist, writes one of the most popular books of all time. These are just a few of the captivating figures you'll meet in The Ancient Chinese World.

Terry Kleeman and Tracy Barrett use a rich variety of intriguing primary sources-turtle shells, clay pots, an ancient wall, folk songs, poetry, and more-to construct a lively history of the politicians, farmers, warriors, and philosophers who created and shaped the ancient Chinese world.
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Yang Xiong: Philosophy of the Fa yan: A Confucian Hermit in the Han Imperial Court


by: Jeffrey S. Bullock
“Yang Xiong is the most useless of all. He was truly a rotten Confucian.” —Zhu Xi (1130—1200 A.D.) With this comment from Song Dynasty Neo-Confucian Zhu Xi, the work of Han Dynasty philosopher Yang Xiong (53 B.C.—18 A.D.) was effectively relegated to the dustbin of Chinese intellectual history. While influential in the Later Han as the clearest expression of the Old Text Confucian school, Yang’s Fa yan has received little attention from Western scholars and appears here in a rare annotated English translation.
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Empress Wang (Xin dynasty) Top # 10 Facts


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