A History of China
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administration army became began brought Buddhist capital Central Asia centre century B.C. Ch'i Ch'in changes Chinese gentry Chou clique Communist Confucian Confucius conquered court culture developed dynasty East eastern economic emperor empire empress empress Wu especially eunuchs European farmers feudal lords fighting foreign frontier gained gentry families Hsien-pi Hsiung-nu Huns imperial important influence Japan Japanese Juan-juan Juchen Kansu Kitan land later leader Liang Liu Yuan lived mainly Manchuria Manchus merchants military Mongols Nanking nomad north China northern officials peasants Peking period political population prince produced regarded region remained rule ruler Russian scholars Shang Shansi Shih Shu Han Sinkiang social society soon southern Soviet Sung Sung dynasty Szechwan T'ang T'ang dynasty Taoist territory throne Tibetan tion Toba trade tribal tribes Tsung Tungus Turkish Turks Uighurs Wang Wang Mang Western Yangtze Yuan