Qin Shi Huang

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Qin Shi Huang
Qin Shi Huangdi
Nunu lagiu (姓): Ying (嬴)
Sapni lagiu (氏): Zhao¹ (趙) or Qin²
Binie lagiu (名): Zheng (政)
Ari ning Qin state
Petsa ning pamanungkulan: Juliu 246 BCE–221 BCE
Opisyal pamansag: Ari ning Qin (秦王)
Emperador ning Qin Dynasty
Petsa ning pamanungkulan: 221 BCE–210 BCE
Opisyal pamansag: Mumunang Emperador (始皇帝)
Temple name: None.
Posthumous name: None.
Dates are in the proleptic Julian calendar
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1. As appears in the Records of the Grand Historian
by Sima Qian. Apparently, the First Emperor being born
in the State of Zhao where his father was a hostage, he later
adopted Zhao as his clan name (in ancient China clan names
often changed from generation to generation), but this is
not completely certain.

2. Based on ancient Chinese naming patterns, we can infer that
Qin was the clan name of the royal house of the State of Qin,
derived from the name of the state.

I Qin Shi Huang (Template:Zh-cpw) (259 BCE – 210 BCE),[1][2] lagiu Ying Zheng (Template:Zh-cp), metung yang ari ra reng Isik keng State na ning Qin manibat 246 BCE anggang 221 BCE inyang Warring States Period.[3] Iya ing minunang emperador ning pisanmetung a Tsina inyang 221 BCE.[3] Menungkulan ya anggang inyang king kayang kakamtayan inyang 210 BCE king idad a 50.[4]

I Qin Shi Huangdi kaibat neng pisanmetung ing Tsina, iya at ing kayang manimunang talausuk i Li Si pepalual lang reforma keng politica ampong pang economia.[3] Megmandu yang magaragula projectu, kayabe ne ing mumunang dake ning Great Wall ning China, at ngeni ing bantug a sukad lakanbalen a mausoleum a nung nu deng terra cotta sundalus ial deng makabante. Para a siguradu na ing kataimikan i Qin Shi Huang binawal no reng Confucianism ampong kikut nong mabie deng scholars.[4] Agiang maigpit ya keng kayang pamanungkulan mekilala ya i Qin Shi Huang bilang metung keng migpabayu keng Tsina.

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. "Emperor Qin Shi Huang -- First Emperor of China", TravelChinaGuide.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-10. 
  2. Wood, Frances. (2008). China's First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors. Macmillan publishing. ISBN 0-312-38112-3, 9780312381127. p 2.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Duiker, William J. Spielvogel, Jackson J. Edition: 5, illustrated. (2006). World History: Volume I: To 1800. Thomson Higher Education publishing. ISBN 0-495-05053-9, 9780495050537. pg 78.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Ren, Changhong. Wu, Jingyu. (2000). Rise and Fall of Qin Dynasty. Asiapac Books Pte Ltd. ISBN 981-229-172-5, 9789812291721.

Dakal pang pamamasa[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Portal, Jane (2007). The First Emperor, China's Terracotta Army. British Museum Press. ISBN 9781932543261. 
  • Wood, Frances (2007). The First Emperor of China. Profile. ISBN 1846680328. 

Lawen ya rin[mag-edit | edit source]

Suglung Palual[mag-edit | edit source]

Qin Shi Huang
Minuna kaya
Zhuangxiang
Ari ning Qin
246 BCE – 221 BCE
Title merged
into crown
New title
Proclaimed
emperor
Emperador ning Tsina
221 BCE – 210 BCE
Menalili kaya
Qin Er Shi