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Fighting between the royal clans, the eunuchs, and the Confucian scholars led to the fall of which Chinese dynasty? Shang Song Han Tang
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User: Fighting between the royal clans, the eunuchs, and the Confucian scholars led to the fall of which Chinese dynasty? Shang Song Han Tang

Weegy: c. Han
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Weegy: The answer is Byblos
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