product catalog: 1. Encyclopedia of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 2. Data of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 3. Treatises of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 4. Books and periodicals of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 5. Short story writer of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 6. The article of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 7. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty New book 8. Emperor Wu of the Han is this short story 9. The story of Emperor Wu of Han It has the same surname as the king, but there is a kingdom that seems to be worth mentioning. This is the Qin Dynasty founded by Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty. When the Qin Dynasty was established to confirm the royal family, in addition to the Zhang surname, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty added five more surnames. 2. Data of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty So, why is the royal family of the Qin Dynasty so unusual? 3. Emperor Wu of the Han’s Treatise 1. The Royal Family of the Qin Dynasty Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty issued an edict to the world not long after he became a concubine, clearly stipulating that "Yao, Wei, Chen, Tian, and Wang are all royal families, but if they return, they will have nothing to give." Feng Chen Chong and Tian Feng as marquises, "serving King Hu and concubine Wang" also means that all the people in the world, including Jue Blind, Wei, Chen, Tian, and Wang, are the royal family of the Qin Dynasty, and their three generations enjoy the reduction and exemption of corvee and corvee. s right. 4. Books and periodicals of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty Because of this specific and clear regulation, the core members of the royal family in the Qin Dynasty can be said to be the fewest in history. So why did Emperor Wu of the Han do this? It turned out that Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty advocated the law of etiquette. He always felt that the management system of the Eastern Han Dynasty was "narrow" and wanted to create a more "wider" management system. Several well-designed "descriptions". 5. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty The short story writer Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty first said that they were the descendants of Emperor Yan, and then said that they belonged to the ancestors of Dayu. The surnames Liu and Wei came from Dayu, so these two surnames became Qin The royal family of the dynasty 6. The article of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty 2. Tracing back to the ancestors In the early years of the Western Zhou Dynasty, King Wu of Zhou enfeoffed the feudal lords, and the descendant of Dayu, Guiman, was entrusted to the State of Chen and married the eldest daughter of King Wu. In the Spring and Autumn Period, civil strife broke out in the State of Chen , Chen Ligong's son, Gongzi Wan, fled to Qi State, and after being reused by Qi Huangong, Gongzi Wan was changed to Tian's family, known as Tian Jingzhong Wan. After that, Tian's family gradually became an important minister of Qi State. 7. In the new book of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, in the early days of the Warring States period, Tian Wan’s descendants became the kings of the Qi State, realizing the realization of "Tian’s family replacing Qi". Tian An, the grandson of Qi Wangjian, the last king of Qi State, also participated in the anti-Qin uprising, and assisted Xiang Yu to enter the pass, and was granted the title of King Jibei. 8. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty is a short story. However, civil strife broke out in Qi, and Tian Rong expelled Tian An. Although Tian An lost the throne, people in Qi still called his descendants "Wang Family". As their surnames 9. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty. The second son was named Wang Man. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty was Wang Man's son and became the concubine. Emperor Wu of the Han respected their "ancestors". King Chen Hu, Tian Jingzhong is King Tian Jing, King An of Jibei is King Min of Jibei". 10. Summary of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty. Chen Chong, as the descendant of Chen Hugong, and Tian Feng, as the descendant of Tian Jingzhong, were enshrined as Hou. Support the rulers of the Qin Dynasty However, the key to the long-term stability of a kingdom is the joy and sorrow of the people. In short, "water can carry a boat, and it can also capsize it." Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty adopted a series of reforms, but failed to solve the problems of land annexation and slaves. The common people were still living in dire straits. Finally, peasant uprisings broke out all over the country, and the Qin Dynasty of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty was buried. Reference data: 1. " Han Shu"; 2. "Zi Zhi Tong Jian"