The Han Dynasty is also the successor to the Qin Dynasty, which was overthrown by the Han Dynasty's military leadership in the year ??? BC.
China has a rich history divided into dynastic periods. The first truly Chinese Dynasty, which emerged after the Neolithic Period, was the Xia Dynasty, which was then followed by the Shang and powerful Zhou Dynasties. These empires built up a rich, highly populated China with a distinct culture. Following the collapse of the Zhou Dynasty, however, a number of Warring States seized power over various sized principalities.
One of the Warring States, the Qin, quickly grew to be the most powerful of the Warring States. Under the rule of Qin Shi Huangdi, the Qin formed a new Dynasty over all of China. The Great Wall of China was constructed under Qin.
MilitaryThe military of Han China tends to use sheer population in order to create the potential for massive victory. The Chinese military also has a wide variety of types of soldiers, from a professional army to numerous militias made up of peasants.
EconomyThe economy of Han China is relatively basic from a modern perspective, but is quite advanced for the current year.
Iron production is the most advanced technological...
Silk is the primary export of Han China. The Silk is then transported along the Silk Road to the West, and large nations such as the Seleucids, Romans, Macedonians, or Carthaginians.
Due to the Dynastic rule of most East Asian nations, the relations between Han China and most of its neighbors have a tendency to change with the passing of old emperors and the rise of new emperors. Additionally, personal relationships between foreign ministers is extremely vital to the foreign relations of Han China and other nations of the Far East.
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