Share
Explore BrainMass

Patterns and Charismatic Developments of Dynastic Transitions

The topic I need to discuss is: Patterns and Charismatic Developments of Dynastic Transitions from the end of the Han to the Rise of the Sui (160~589 AD). Please provide me with information to guide me in the right direction.

Solution Preview

Please refer to response file attached, which is also presented below. Good luck with your studies and take care.

RESPONSE:

1. The topic I need to discuss is: Patterns and Charismatic Developments of Dynastic Transitions from the end of the Han to the Rise of the Sui (160~589 AD). Please provide me with information to guide me in the right direction. Thank you.

China is the world's oldest continuous civilization and culture, with a history characterized by repeated divisions and reunifications amid alternating periods of peace and war, and violent dynastic change. From the end of the Han to the rise of Sui (160-589), power was generally concentrated in the hands of the emperor, but sometimes shifted to powerful officials, regional warlords, imperial relatives, and eunuchs. The country's territorial extent varied according to its shifting fortunes. In fact, in the waning days of Han Dynasty, when the last Han emperors placed heavy trust in eunuchs and ostracized able officials. The government became ...

Solution Summary

In reference to Imperial China, this solution discusses the patterns and charismatic developments of dynastic transitions from the end of the Han to the Rise of the Sui (160~589 AD).

$2.19