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  *秦* | 秦* | *秦
surname Qin / Qin dynasty (221-207 BC) of the first emperor 秦始皇 / abbr. for 陝西|陕西
Qin Dynasty (221-207 BC)
Shaanxi province (Shensi) in northwest China, abbr. 陝|陕 or , capital Xi'an 西安
Xia Huanggong also known as Huang Shigong 黃石公|黄石公 (dates of birth and death uncertain), Daoist hermit of the Qin Dynasty 秦代 and purported author of ”Three Strategies of Huang Shigong” 黃石公三略|黄石公三略, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书
pre-Qin, Chinese history up to the foundation of the Qin imperial dynasty in 221 BC
Han Dynasty term for the Roman Empire 羅馬帝國|罗马帝国
Qin Shihuang (259-210 BC), the first emperor
Bai Qi (-258 BC), famous general of Qin 秦國|秦国, the victor at 長平|长平 in 260 BC / same as 公孫起|公孙起
the state of Qin, one of the seven states of the Warring States Period (475-220 BC)
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see 秦艽
"Strategies of the Warring States", chronicle of the Warring States Period (475-220 BC), possibly written by Su Qin 蘇秦|苏秦
Qinling Mountain Range in Shaanxi forming a natural barrier between the Guanzhong Plain 關中平原|关中平原 and the Han River 漢水|汉水 valley
Qinhuangdao, prefecture-level city in Hebei
lit. “Mr. Lü's Spring and Autumn (Annals)”, compendium of the philosophies of the Hundred Schools of Thought 諸子百家|诸子百家, compiled around 239 BC under the patronage of Qin Dynasty 秦代 Chancellor Lü Buwei 呂不韋|吕不韦
Legalist School of the Warring States Period (475-221 BC) founded by Han Fei 韓非|韩非 and Li Si 李斯, later adopted by Shang Yang 商鞅 whose reforms helped establish the supremacy of the Qin Dynasty 秦代 (221-207 BC)
the end of the Qin dynasty 207 BC
Qin Mu (1919-1992), educator and prolific writer
Shanhai Pass in Hebei, at the eastern terminus of the Ming dynasty Great Wall / Shanhaiguan district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
Former Qin of the Sixteen Kingdoms (351-395)
the Qin (221-207 BC) and Han (206 BC-220 AD) dynasties
Later Qin of the Sixteen Kingdoms (384-417)
Jing Ke (-227 BC), celebrated in verse and fiction as would-be assassin of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇)
Ying Zheng (260-210 BC), personal name of the first emperor 秦始皇
秦越人 (407-310 BC), Warring States physician known for his medical skills, nicknamed Bian Que after the earliest known Chinese physician allegedly from the 黃帝|黄帝 era
the Qin army (model for the terracotta warriors)
Lian Po (327-243 BC), famous general of Zhao 趙國|赵国, repeatedly victorious over Qin 秦國|秦国 and Qi 齊國|齐国
Wang Meng (325-375), prime minister to Fu Jian 苻堅|苻坚 of Former Qin 前秦
Lü Buwei (?291-235 BC), merchant and politician of the State of Qin 秦國|秦国, subsequent Qin Dynasty 秦代 Chancellor, allegedly the father of Ying Zheng 嬴政, who subsequently became the first emperor Qin Shihuang 秦始皇
the tomb of the First Emperor at Mt Li 驪山|骊山 near Xi'an (awaits excavation)
Qinhuai district of Nanjing City 南京市 in Jiangsu 江蘇|江苏
Qinqiang, an opera style popular in northwest China, possibly originating in Ming dynasty folk music / Shaanxi opera
Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
the First Emperor 259-210 BC
Western Qin of the Sixteen Kingdoms (385-431)
to burn the Confucian classics and bury alive the Confucian scholars (acts supposedly committed by the first emperor 秦始皇)
Seven Powerful States of the Warring States, namely: 齊|齐, , , 韓|韩, 趙|赵, and
Duke Mu of Qin, the first substantial king of Qin (ruled 659-621 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
Qinhuangdao, prefecture-level city in Hebei
Qin'an county in Tianshui 天水, Gansu
Efang Palace, palace complex in western Xi'an built by Qin Shihuang 秦始皇 / also pr. [E1 pang2 Gong1]
Fu Jian (338-385), emperor of Former Qin 前秦, reigning from 357-385
Battle of Changping of 260 BC, at which the Qin army 秦軍|秦军 encircled and annihilated a Zhao army of 400,000
School of Diplomacy of the Warring States Period (475-221 BC) whose leading advocates were Su Qin 蘇秦|苏秦 and Zhang Yi 張儀|张仪
Lulong county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
Changli county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
Qin'an county in Tianshui 天水, Gansu
King Huiwen of Qin 秦國|秦国, ruled 338-311 BC during the Warring States Period
Huang Shigong, also known as Xia Huanggong 夏黃公|夏黄公 (dates of birth and death uncertain), Daoist hermit of the Qin Dynasty 秦代 and purported author
large leaf gentian (Gentiana macrophylla)
Qincheng Prison, maximum-security prison located about 30 km north of central Beijing, whose inmates include former high-level officials convicted of corruption
Qindu District in Xianyang City 咸陽市|咸阳市, Shaanxi
heroine of Qin dynasty 秦朝 folk tale, who searched for her husband, and whose tears broke down a stretch of the Great Wall to reveal his body
serve Qin in the morning Chu in the evening (idiom); quick to switch sides
Duke Xiao of Qin, 秦國|秦国, ruled 361-338 BC during the Warring States Period
Qinhuai district of Nanjing City 南京市 in Jiangsu 江蘇|江苏
Qinling Mountain Range in Shaanxi, forming a natural barrier between the Guanzhong Plain 關中平原|关中平原 and the Han River 漢水|汉水 valley
harbor district / Haigang district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
Funing county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
Qin Hui (1090-1155 AD), Song Dynasty official said to have betrayed General Yue Fei 岳飛|岳飞
the Qin burning of the books in 212 BC
Qin Yueren (407-310 BC), Warring States physician known for his medical skills
Qin dynasty (221-207 BC), founded by the first emperor Qin Shihuang 秦始皇, the first dynasty to rule the whole of China
Shaanxi Province (Shensi) in northwest China, abbr. 陝|陕 or , capital Xi'an 西安
Prince Dan of Yan (-226 BC), commissioned the attempted assassination of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇) by Jing Ke 荆轲 in 227 BC
Prince Dan of Yan (-226 BC), commissioned the attempted assassination of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇) by Jing Ke 荊軻|荆轲 in 227 BC
Qinglong Manchu autonomous county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
(dialect) hot pepper (long and thin) / same as 花椒
seal script as unified by the Qin dynasty / the small seal 小篆 and great seal 大篆
Changli county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
Lulong county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
the famous eight beautiful and talented courtesans who lived near the Qinhuai River 秦淮河 in the late Ming or early Qing
Qinglong Manchu autonomous county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
Qindu District in Xianyang City 咸陽市|咸阳市, Shaanxi
Shanhaiguan district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
Qin Taoyu, Tang poet, author of poem "A Poor Woman" 貧女|贫女
Wei Lao (c. 450 BC, dates of birth and death unknown), advisor to the first Qin emperor Qin Shihuang 秦始皇, possible author of the Wei Liaozi 尉繚子|尉缭子 text on military strategy
Gongsun Qi (-258 BC), famous general of Qin 秦國|秦国, the victor at 長平|长平 in 260 BC / same as Bai Qi 白起
Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
Qinhuai River, a tributary of the Yangtze that flows through central Nanjing
Funing county in Qinhuangdao 秦皇島|秦皇岛, Hebei
Shang Yang (c. 390-338 BC), legalist philosopher and statesman of the state of Qin 秦國|秦国, whose reforms paved the way for the eventual unification of the Chinese empire by the Qin dynasty 秦朝
the mausoleum of the First Emperor near Xi'an
Su Qin (340-284 BC), political strategist of the School of Diplomacy 縱橫家|纵横家 during the Warring States Period (475-220 BC)
Qin Ershi (229-207 BC), second Qin emperor
the tomb of the first emperor at Mt Li 驪山|骊山 near Xi'an (awaits excavation)
Funiu mountain range in southwest Henan, an eastern extension of Qinling range 秦嶺山脈|秦岭山脉, Shaanxi
mythical talking bird / mynah bird
the Five Hegemons of the Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC), namely: Duke Huan of Qi 齊桓公|齐桓公, Duke Wen of Jin 晉文公|晋文公, King Zhuang of Chu 楚莊王|楚庄王, and alternatively Duke Xiang of Song 宋襄公 and Duke Mu of Qin 秦穆公 or King Helu of Wu 吳王闔閭|吴王阖闾 and King Gou Jian of Yue 越王勾踐|越王勾践
Shang Yang's political reform of Qin state 秦國|秦国 of 356 BC and 350 BC, that put it on the road to world domination
the Qinling plank road to Shu, a historical mountain road from Shaanxi to Sichuan
virtuoso piper wins a beauty / the xiao 簫|箫 (mouth organ) virtuoso 蕭史|萧史 won for his wife the beautiful daughter of Duke Mu of Qin 秦穆公
Qinzhou district of Tianshui city 天水市, Gansu
Qinzhou district of Tianshui city 天水市, Gansu


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