T'Ang Dynasty of China

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Value, that has being preserved for over 5000 years, reflecting the beauty of Chinese culture. From the Xia Dynasty (2010B.C.-1600B.C.) to the Qing Dynasty (1616-1911), China has being evolving proving itself as one splendid civilization, especially during the T’ANG Dynasty (618 A.D.-907A.D).
The T’ANG Dynasty is known not just by being the second largest and enduring empire after the Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – A.D. 220), but also by being a time of apogee and reunification between North and South China. Such reunification dates it’s beginning from “the end of the sixth century under the short-lived Sui Dynasty (581-617)” . However, it was during the T’ANG Dynasty itself that China could see such reunification. Moreover, it was thanks to this ‘formal reunification’ during this period time that China became one of the most prosperous empires of the time. Growing in military power and governmental structure, wealth, and in culture, the T’ANG Dynasty earn the qualification of “Cosmopolitan Empire,” and “China’s Golden Age.”
The T’ANG Dynasty dates its establishment thanks to the Glorious Revolution. Time characterized by being “the end of the Sui Dynasty (581-618), when the whole country fell into chaos due to the tyranny of Emperor Yang,” allowing the next Chinese…