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170s Births: 170 Births, 171 Births, 172 Births, 173 Births, 174 Births, 175 Births, 176 Births, 177 Births, 178 Births, 179 Births

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Published July 4th 2011
ISBN : 9781157730293
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40 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: 170 births, 171 births, 172 births, 173 births, 174 births, 175 births, 176 births, 177 births, 178MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 39. Chapters: 170 births, 171 births, 172 births, 173 births, 174 births, 175 births, 176 births, 177 births, 178 births, 179 births, Claudius Aelianus, Abba Arika, Pupienus and Balbinus, Sun Ce, Ma Chao, Sima Yi, Maximinus Thrax, L Meng, Zhou Yu, Herodian, Pang Tong, Prince of Hongnong, Yang Xiu, Cai Wenji, Yuan Tan, Julia Domna, Guo Jia, Zhuge Jin, Wang Can, Mi Heng, Huo Jun, Vibia Aurelia Sabina, Sima Lang, Wang Ling, Fa Zheng, Wen Hui, Lu Su, Jia Kui, Pompeianus, Saint Glyceria, Xu Gan, Gaius Septimius Severus Aper, Zhang Ji, Zhang Cheng, Tian Yu, Sun Yu, Tuoba Liwei, Xu Miao. Excerpt: Sun Ce (175-200) was a military general and warlord during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. He was the oldest of the children of Sun Jian, who was killed during the Battle of Xiangyang when Sun Ce was only 16. Sun Ce then broke away from his fathers overlord, Yuan Shu, and headed to southeastern China to establish his own power base there. With the help of several people, such as Zhang Zhao and Zhou Yu, Sun Ce managed to lay down the foundation of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period. In 200, when the warlord Cao Cao was at war with his rival Yuan Shao in the Battle of Guandu, Sun Ce was rumored to be planning an attack on Cao Caos capital city of Xuchang. However, he was assassinated before he could carry out the plan. Sun Ce was posthumously honored as Prince Huan of Changsha ( ) by his younger brother Sun Quan when the latter became the first emperor of Eastern Wu. Chen Shous Records of Three Kingdoms describes Sun Ce as a handsome man who was full of laughter. He was also a generous and receptive man who employed people according to their abilities. As such, his subjects were willing to risk their lives for him. One detractor named Xu Gong, in a letter to Emperor Xian, likened Sun Ce to Xiang Yu, ...