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emperor
empire / imperial
God
East Timor (officially Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste)
regent / monarch
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty (141-87 BC)
God of heaven / Celestial emperor
Jade Emperor
child emperor / (fig.) spoiled child / spoiled boy / pampered only child
heavenly emperor / "the Great" (title)
The Yellow Emperor's Internal Canon, medical text c. 300 BC
imperialism
(in early CCP propaganda) United States (as an imperialist nation) / (in more recent times) a neutral, colloquial term for the United States
the Five Legendary Emperors, usually taken to be the Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝, Zhuan Xu 顓頊|颛顼, Di Ku 帝嚳|帝喾, Tang Yao 唐堯|唐尧 and Yu Shun 虞舜
the Yellow Emperor, mythological emperor of China, reigned c. 2697-2597 BC
Emperor Xian of Han (181-234), the final Han emperor, set up by Dong Zhuo 董卓, reigned 189-220, forced to abdicate 220 by Cao Pi 曹丕
empress / imperial consort
Guangxu Emperor
autocratic monarchy / imperial regime
the three gods in charge of heaven, earth and water (Daoism)
The Last Emperor, 1987 biopic of Pu Yi 溥儀|溥仪 by Bernardo Bertolucci
Roman Empire (27 BC-476 AD)
British Empire
imperial capital
Dili, capital of East Timor
Empire State Building (New York City)
Emperor Ming of Han (28-75), Western Han Dynasty Emperor 58-75
Austro-Hungarian Empire 1867-1918
The Matrix (1999 movie)
the Jade Emperor
empress / refers to Tang empress Wuzetian 武則天|武则天 (624-705), reigned 690-705
reign name of second Ming emperor, reigned 1398-1402, deposed in 1402
Ottoman Empire (Tw)
eating comes first, then comes everything else (idiom) (Tw)
Emperor Yang of Sui (569-618), said to have murdered his father and brother to seize the throne, reigned 604-618
Russian empire (1546-1917)
three sovereigns 三皇 and five emperors 五帝 of myth and legend / the earliest system of Chinese historiography
the (great) Ch'ing or Qing dynasty (1644-1911) / Qing Empire
the Holy Roman Empire (history)
Baidi town in Chongqing 重慶|重庆, north of the Changjiang, an important tourist attraction
imperial capital
the Ottoman Empire
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC)
lit. the sky is high and the emperor is far away (idiom) / fig. remote places are beyond the reach of the central government
Emperor Wen of Han (202-157 BC), fourth Han emperor, personal name Liu Heng 劉恆|刘恒, reigned 180-157 BC
Emperor Ling of Han (156-189), reigned from 168 to 189
Cao Pi 曹丕, emperor of Wei 220-226
Eastern Roman empire or Byzantium (395-1453)
Emperor Hui of Jin (259-307), personal name 司馬衷|司马衷, 2nd emperor of Jin Dynasty 晉朝|晋朝, reigned 290-307
Korean Empire, from fall of Joseon dynasty in 1897 to annexation by Japan in 1910
Di Ku or Emperor Ku, one of the Five Legendary Emperors 五帝, great-grandson of the Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝
Emperor Xuan (91-48 BC) of the Former Han Dynasty, reigned 74-48 BC
Flame Emperors (c. 2000 BC), legendary dynasty descended from Shennong 神農|神农 Farmer God
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London
the First Emperor 259-210 BC
first Sui emperor (541-604) Yang Jian (541-604), reigned 581-604
Yuan Emperor, reign name of Han Dynasty emperor Liu Shi 劉奭|刘奭, (74-33 BC), reigned 48-33 BC
Daoguang Emperor
Third Reich, Nazi regime (1933-1945)
Dijun, Shang dynasty protector God, possibly same as legendary Emperor 帝嚳|帝喾
second emperor of a dynasty
Tsarist Russia
imperial throne
Empire State Building
Tokyo Imperial University (renamed Tokyo University after 1945)
Liu Heng (202-157 BC), the fourth Han emperor Han Wendi, reigned 180-157 BC
Charlemagne (c. 747-c. 814), King of the Franks, Holy Roman Emperor from 800
Emperor Xin, last ruler of Shang (11th Century BC), famous as a tyrant
see 茼蒿
the Emperor's new clothes (i.e. naked)
local tyrant
Di Yi (died 1076 BC), Shang dynasty king, reigned 1101-1076 BC
emperor penguin
anti-imperialist / anti-imperialists
Liu Yu, founder of Southern dynasty Song 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420
Fulin Emperor Shunzhi (1638-1662), second Qing emperor, reigned 1644-1662
Timor island
posthumous edict of former emperor / Liu Bei's 劉備|刘备 edict to posterity
Cyrus the Great (ca. 600-530 BC), the founder of the Persian Empire and the conqueror of Babylon
with all the majesty of an emperor (idiom) / reckless / intemperate
tribes under the Yellow Emperor
The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Eighty-one Difficulties, medical text, c. 1st century AD
the Vatican / variant of 梵蒂岡|梵蒂冈
Emperor Aidi of Tang, reign name of twenty-first and last Tang emperor Li Zhu 李祝 (892-908), reigned 904-907
Emperor Shang of Tang, reign name of fifth Tang emperor Li Chongmao 李重茂 (c. 695-715), reigned 710
Cesarean section
list of emperors and kings / dynastic genealogy
lit. the emperor's daughter does not worry about whether she will be able to marry (idiom) / fig. highly sought after
Chakravarti raja / emperor in Hindu mythology
Caliphate (Islamic empire formed after the death of the Prophet Mohammed 穆罕默德 in 632)
Saracen Empire (medieval European name for Arab empire)
the mausoleum of the First Emperor near Xi'an
first Sui emperor (541-604) Yang Jian (541-604), reigned 581-604
Emperor Wu of Song (363-422), personal name Liu Yu 劉裕|刘裕, founder of Song of the Southern dynasties 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420, reigned 420-422
Timor Sea
lit. the emperor is not worried, but his eunuchs are (idiom) / fig. the observers are more anxious than the person involved
one who does not fear the death of thousand cuts will dare to unhorse the emperor (proverb) / to a fearless person, no fence is high enough
Fiery Emperor's tomb in Yanling county, Zhuzhou 株洲, Hunan

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