355 Deaths Books LLC

ISBN: 9781156370759

Published: May 19th 2010

Paperback

34 pages


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355 Deaths  by  Books LLC

355 Deaths by Books LLC
May 19th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 34 pages | ISBN: 9781156370759 | 4.69 Mb

Chapters: F Jin. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: F Jin (Chinese:MoreChapters: F Jin. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Not illustrated. Free updates online.

Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: F Jin (Chinese: 317-355), originally named P Jin (, name changed 350), courtesy name Jianye (), formally Emperor Jingming of (Former) Qin (()), was the founding emperor of the Chinese/Di state Former Qin.

P Jin was born, as Pu Hong ()s third son, by Lady Jiang, in 317, while Pu Hong was a Di chieftain under Han Zhao. However, he grew up largely during the time when Pu Hong served under Later Zhaos emperor Shi Hu. Shi Hu, while outwardly appreciative of Pu Hongs service, was deeply apprehensive of the loyalty Pus Di soldiers had for him, and so secretly killed Pu Hongs two oldest sons. However, impressed with P Jins bravery, archery, horsemanship, and generosity, Shi Hu favored him greatly and spared him.

In 349, as Shi Hu was gravely ill, he commissioned Pu Hong to be the governor of Yong Province (, modern central and northern Shaanxi). However, it appeared that Pu Hong did not immediately proceed to his post, but was slow in preparing his Di troops for assignment while at his base at Fangtou (, in modern Hebi, Henan). After Shi Hu died later that year, he was succeeded by his youngest son Shi Shi, but the power was actually in the hands of Shi Shis mother Empress Dowager Liu and her ally Zhang Chai ().

Dissatisfied with Empress Dowager Liu and Zhang, Pu, along with several other generals, persuaded another son of Shi Hu, Shi Zun the Prince of Pengcheng to march on to the capital Yecheng, overthrowing Shi Shi. Shi Zun became emperor, but he was apprehensive of Pu Hong taking over the Guanzhong region, and therefore stripped Pu Hong of his title as governor of Yong Province.

Pu Hong became angry, and immediately returned to his troops at Fangtou and sought assistance from Jin....More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=3820124



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