Ch'in


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  • noun

Synonyms for Ch'in

the Chinese dynasty (from 246 BC to 206 BC) that established the first centralized imperial government and built much of the Great Wall

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Ecco torna il Francese: eccolo rotto da l'infedele Elvezio ch'in suo aiuto con troppo rischio ha il giovine condotto, del quale il padre avea preso e venduto.
Three substantial chapters present the history of the Western Ch'in era (385-421 AD) and the primary sources on Buddhism remaining from that era, a full analysis of the bronze Buddha altar with canopy found in eastern Kansu in 1976, and five-Buddha and multiple Buddha groupings throughout China and Central Asia in the early period.
Ch'in is the foundation and the element for any meaningful and fruitful relationship to last, whether it is between individuals, families, or in business relationships.
You wander darkling now upon T'ai mountain, While I, all solitary, turn my face to Ch'in.
Hulsewe, Ch 'in and Han Law, in 1 THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF CHINA: THE CH'IN AND HAN EMPIRES, 221 B.
At the end of this period, the Ch'in state gradually emerged victorious.
They are life-sized replica figures of emperor Ch'in Shi-huang-ti's soldiers dating from around 210BC.
But in China, too, the self-proclaimed First Emperor Ch'in Shi Huangdi was so obsessed with finding immortality that he sent thousands of explorers to seek it out.
In contrast to lao, the Chinese word ch'in indicated the work of artisans and merchants, and presupposed skill and patience in order to create artificial go ods, which were not considered especially deserving or meritorious.
Ma la schiera infernal, ch'in quel conflitto La tirannide sua cader vedea, sendole cio' permesso, in un momento I'aria in nube ristrinse e mosse il vento.
China, since the Ch'in and Han dynasties, has been developing a single state out of a single race, while foreign countries have developed many states from one race and have included many nationalities within one state .
According to Chinese legend, a tomb located near the town of Sian and belonging to the first emperor of the Ch'in dynasty (221-206 BC) had a door that could not be cut with iron swords because the door magnetically attracted the iron.
You'll no doubt visit communes, craft factories, and famous sightseeing spots such as the Ming Tombs near Peking and the 2,000-year-old terra cotta army of the Ch'in Dynasty outside Sian.
Ahime, che troppo gloriosa e altera de l'alta mia Colonna io me n'andava, e con vera ragion me immaginava che a lei non accostasse morte fiera, e le fesse veder l'ultima sera pria di me, ch'in eta si l'avanzava, e quegli estremi uffizi sperava che solea dar sua caritade intera.
The Cambridge history of China, Volume 1: the Ch'in and Han Empires, 221 BC-AD 220: 223-90.