Three Kingdoms 220-264

During the Three Kingdoms period the Empire was split into three large area, Wei to the North, Shu to the West and South West and Wu to the South. Great strides forward in irrigation technology were made but the period was of one of destruction and devastation. Buddhism became a major religion but Daoism was re-vitalised too.

Chinese people will often use a deep knowledge of history to draw analogies to events as far back as the Three Kingdoms period. This was well documented even at the time of the Japanese occupation and civil war (1937-1949).

Wei Kings

Wendi 220-226
Mingdi227-239
Shaodi240-253
Guao Gui Xiang Gong 254-260
Yuandi260-264

Wu Kings

Wudi222-252
Feidi252-258
Jingdi258-264
Modi264-280

Shu Han Kings

Xuande221-223
Hou Zhu 223-263

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