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Explain why the Zhou fell from power User: why did the zhou fall from power? User: how did the qin dynasty use power to maintain its authority?
Weegy: The Qing maintained power through 152 years by 4 emperors: Shunzhi (1644-1661), Kangxi Emperor (1662-1722), Yongzheng (1722-1736), and Qianglong Emperor (1736-1796). The Qing adopted the Ming template as it formed its government. [ ] (More)
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how did the qin dynasty fall from power
Weegy: Reasons Qin Dynasty Fall 1.The First Emperor, who created Qin Dynasty, hold too much power alone. [ so when Qin Dynasty faced troubles after his death, there was no one who could replace the mighty emperor to solve the situation 2.Qin Dynasty tried too many radical policies to creat one united China(when I said united, it ain't just political/social unification but also unification of culture, economics, language, and way to think) So Qin eventually contributed to the birth of China(before Qin, China was devided by various nations and culture just like Europe is now), but its wat to achieve the purpose too radical for people to take. Unlike Qin, Han dynasty could succeed to last because it took mild ways. 3.When we look at the ancient China, the part that Qin originally ruled was only 10~20% of the whole China. The part that Qin conquered was not just bigger than Qin, but also had more advanced civilization. So when Qin's army and governors could do their job, Qin could not do anything but to fall - - - - - - - - - - I guess you could think of Qin Dynasty as France during Napoleonic era. It had better army, beureocracy, and political system than other nations at the time. So it could expand even though it was inferior when it was compared to the last part of the continent combined. Plus, Qin made great contribution to history just like Napoleon France did. It can be said that Qin created CHINA and gave it the foundation. But it had weakness and limit from its begining, and fell by people it conquered. ] (More)
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•Identify the achievements of the Han emperors
Weegy: Achievements of the Han emperors are as follows: 1. Han Gaozu(Liu Bang)- Son of a peasant family; He revolted against the rule of Qin. [ After defeating Xiangyu (his rival) during a four-year war, he established the Western Han in 202 BC and ruled the country for 12 years. 2. Han Jingdi(Liu Qi)-He carried out serious measures like Wendi had done and obtained good results. 3. Han Wudi(Liu Che)-He subdued the ethnic Xiongnu (Hun) invaders by wars. The Western Han was in its most powerful period during the reign of the Han Wudi. 4. Han Zhaodi(Liu Fuling)-He lightened the burden of the peasants and was on good terms with Xiongnu (Hun). 5. Han Xuandi(Liu Xun)-During his reign, the ruling position of Confucianism was strengthened and burdens of the people were reduced greatly. ] (More)
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what are some similarities about the Qin and Han dynasties? User: describe what leveling was and how was it used during the Han dynasty?
Weegy: The Han Empire was divided into areas directly controlled by the central government, known as commanderies, and a number of semi-autonomous kingdoms. [ These kingdoms gradually lost all vestiges of their independence. ] (More)
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during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by? User: during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by? User: during the Han dynasty civil service was determined by? A) birth B) merit C) royal appointment D) the council
Weegy: Civil service was determined by B) merit User: which of the following was a great achievement of the Qin dynasty? A) building the great wall B) the invention of paper C)inventing the government system of a monarchy D) conquering the silk road (More)
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