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Emperor Ming of Han (15June 28– 5September 75), born and also known as and as , was the second emperor of China's Han dynasty#Eastern Han, Eastern Han dynasty. He was the fourth son and second crown prince of Emperor Guangwu of Han, Emperor Guangwu. It was during Emperor Ming's reign that Buddhism began to spread into China. Emperor Ming was a hard-working, able administrator of the empire who showed integrity and demanded integrity from his officials. He also extended Chinese control over the Tarim Basin and eradicated the Xiongnu influence there, through the conquests of his general Ban Chao. The reigns of Emperor Ming and his son Emperor Zhang of Han, Emperor Zhang were typically considered the golden age of the Eastern Han Empire and known as the Rule of Ming and Zhang. Family background Liu Yang was born in AD28 to Emperor Guangwu of Han, Emperor Guangwu and his first love, Empress Yin Lihua, Consort Yin Lihua. Emperor Guangwu, then still an official under Gengshi ...
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Emperor of China, or ''Huángdì'' (), was the monarch A monarch is a head of state A head of state (or chief of state) is the public persona who officially embodies a state (polity), state#Foakes, Foakes, pp. 110–11 "he head of state He or HE may refer to: Language * He (pronoun) In Mod ... of China during the imperial period of Chinese history. In traditional Chinese political theory, the emperor was considered the Son of Heaven Son of Heaven, or ''Tianzi'' (), was the sacred monarchical title of the Chinese sovereign The Chinese sovereign was the ruler of a particular regime in History of China#Ancient China, ancient China and History of China#Imperial China, imper ... and the autocrat of All under Heaven ''Tianxia'' () is a Chinese term for an ancient Chinese cultural concept that denoted either the entire geographical world or the metaphysical realm of mortals, and later became associated with political sovereignty. In ancient China ...
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