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請問"奏始皇"的英文點寫??

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  • 1 十年 前
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    Qin Shi Huang (秦始皇)

    Family name:

    Ying (嬴)

    Given name:

    Zheng (政)

    Clan name:

    Zhao¹ (趙), or Qin² (秦)

    Title:

    King of the State of Qin (秦王)

    First Emperor of Qin Dynasty (始皇帝)

    Dates of reign:

    July 247 BC–221 BC (秦王)

    221 BC–Sept. 10, 210 BC (始皇帝)

    Temple name:

    None³

    Posthumous name

    None4

    General note: Dates given here are in the proleptic Julian calendar.

    They are not in the proleptic Gregorian calendar.

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    1. This clan name appears in the Records of the Grand Historian

    written by Sima Qian. Apparently, the First Emperor being born

    in the State of Zhao where his father was a hostage, he later

    adopted Zhao as his clan name (in ancient China clan names

    often changed from generation to generation), but this is

    not completely certain.

    2. Based on ancient Chinese naming patterns, we can infer that

    Qin was the clan name of the royal house of the State of Qin,

    derived from the name of the state. Other branches of the Ying

    ancestral family, enfeoffed in other states, had other clan

    names. Qin was thus possibly also the clan name of

    the First Emperor.

    3. The royal house of Qin did not carry the practice of temple

    names, which were not used anymore since the establishment

    of the Zhou Dynasty, so the First Emperor does not have a

    temple name per se. However, his official name "First Emperor"

    can somehow be assimilated to a temple name, being the

    name under which the emperor would have been honored

    in the temple of the ancestors of the dynasty.

    4. Posthumous names were abolished in 221 BC by the First

    Emperor who deemed them inappropriate and contrary

    to filial piety.

    Qin Shi Huang (Chinese: 秦始皇; pinyin: Qín Shǐ Huáng; Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang) (November / December 260 BCE – September 10, 210 BCE), personal name Zheng, was king of the Chinese State of Qin from 247 BCE to 221 BCE, and then the first emperor of a unified China from 221 BCE to 210 BCE, ruling under the name First Emperor.

    Having unified China, he and his prime minister Lǐ Sī passed a series of major reforms aimed at cementing the unification, and they undertook some gigantic construction projects, most notably the precursor version of the current Great Wall of China. For all the tyranny of his autocratic rule, Qin Shi Huang is still regarded by many today as the founding father in Chinese history whose unification of China has endured for more than two millennia (with interruptions).

  • 1 十年 前

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  • 1 十年 前

    Qin Shi Huang (Chinese: 秦始皇; pinyin: Qín Shǐ Huáng; Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang) (November / December 260 BCE – September 10, 210 BCE), personal name Zheng, was king of the Chinese State of Qin from 247 BCE to 221 BCE, and then the first emperor of a unified China from 221 BCE to 210 BCE, ruling under the name First Emperor.

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