Shih Huang Ti


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Shih Huang Ti

or Shi Huang Di

(ˈʃœ ˈʰwɑŋ ˈdi)
n.
259–210 B.C., Chinese emperor c247–210 B.C.
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Shih Huang Ti orders the construction of the nearly infinite Wall of China and likewise orders the burning of all books written before his reign.
cuando Shih Huang Ti ordeno que la historia empezara con el .
9) As the narrator points out, the Emperor's actions have been previously repeated in history: "Shih Huang Ti, tal vez, quiso borrar los libros canonigos porque estos lo acusaban; Shih Huang Ti, tal vez, quiso abolir todo el pasado para abolir un solo recuerdo: la infamia de su madre (No de otra suerte un rey, en Judea, hizo matar a todos los ninos para matar a uno)" (Obras 2: 11).
Shih Huang Ti, the first Chinese emperor, wore one as long ago as 210 BC, or there abouts.
En China, por eiemplo, en el siglo IV de nuestra era, los chinos comenzaron a erigir la Gran Muralla, por ordenes del primer emperador Shih Huang Ti.
The essay by Borges I intended to discuss in class this morning is frightfully prophetic: the same emperor, Shih Huang Ti, who built the Chinese Wall also ordered all the books that preceded him to be burned.
The first archaeological evidence of material worn around the neck dates back to the rule of Shih Huang Ti who, in 221 BC, became the first emperor of the united China.
a new dynasty began to rule over China, the Ch'in, the first emperor of that dynasty being Shih Huang Ti (259-210 B.
It struck Shih Huang Ti that the best thing to do would be to build a wall across the countryside, a large wall, tall and wide, not so much to keep the nomads out, as to keep their horses out.
Born into an aristocratic family in Ch'in, he entered that state's army and rose to general; waged several brilliantly successful campaigns under Shih Huang Ti to unify China under the Ch'in (230-222); continued to serve Shih Huang Ti after he became Emperor (222), and led expeditions to expand the area of Chinese rule; suppressed a serious peasant rebellion in the disorders surrounding Shih Huang Ti's death (210-209); led an ill-prepared army of 200,000 against a huge army assembled by the rebel Hsiang Yu, and was forced to surrender, after which he was buried alive with his men (207).
Despues de largos anos de luchas unifico los seis reinos, abolio el sistema feudal y decidio que un solo nombre era digno de perdurar: Shih Huang Ti, el legendario emperador que invento la escritura y la brujula.