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Yellow Emperor,

Mandarin Huangdi, legendary Chinese ruler and culture hero; tradition holds that he reigned from 2697 B.C. to 2597 B.C. He is one of the mythical prehistoric emperors who supposedly created the basic elements of Chinese civilization. His wife is said to have developed silk production. Along with the semimythical Lao TzuLao Tzu
, fl. 6th cent. B.C., Chinese philosopher, reputedly the founder of Taoism. It is uncertain that Lao Tzu [Ch.,=old person or old philosopher] is historical. His biography in Ssu-ma Ch'ien's Records of the Historian (1st cent. B.C.
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, he was associated in the traditional Chinese folk culture with the founding of Taoism.
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9) As the narrator points out, the Emperor's actions have been previously repeated in history: "Shih Huang Ti, tal vez, quiso borrar los libros canonigos porque estos lo acusaban; Shih Huang Ti, tal vez, quiso abolir todo el pasado para abolir un solo recuerdo: la infamia de su madre (No de otra suerte un rey, en Judea, hizo matar a todos los ninos para matar a uno)" (Obras 2: 11).
Yes, Huang Ti presented himself as an end and also as a beginning: la unica verdad.
Despues de largos anos de luchas unifico los seis reinos, abolio el sistema feudal y decidio que un solo nombre era digno de perdurar: Shih Huang Ti, el legendario emperador que invento la escritura y la brujula.
There, during the reign of Emperor Huang Ti, around 2500 B.
EN EL ANO 213 AC EN CHINA, SHI HUANG TI NANDO QUEMAR TODOS LOS LIBROS PARA QUE SE CREYERA QUE EL ERA EL PRIMER EMPERADOR
In a project on Chinese history, Nick was describing how the Qin dynasty collapsed after the death of the emperor, Qin Shi Huang Ti.
The first archaeological evidence of material worn around the neck dates back to the rule of Shih Huang Ti who, in 221 BC, became the first emperor of the united China.
Emperor Huang Ti sent a scholar named Ling Lun to the far western mountains to find bamboo sticks suitable for making the finest lute possible.