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Liu Bang reigned a united China from 202 BCE- 195 BCE and was one of the few emperors to be born into a peasant family,
Liu Bang was a rebel general that gained control of China following years of fighting after the fall of the Qin Dynasty.
Under Liu's reign, silk roads were built as trade routes across Asia. These roads allowed for the trade of silks and other goods, as well as the spread of ideas.
Wu Di was the fifth Han emperor, living from 141 BCE- 87 BCE. He was skilled at using warfare to expand the Chinese Empire, expanding as far as the Northern Steppes.
Social classes under the Han included the emperor, governors and kings, scholars and noblemen, peasants, mechants, soldier, slaves; respectively.
Confucian teachings about family, loyalty, and respect for elders were key values: parents could report children who did not behave with filial piety.
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