Over thousands of years of history, China witnessed the prosperity of 24 dynasties with 494 emperors. However, among them, to be called "the oldest God" (the most talented Emperor), there are only 4 people.
Talking about the oldest Thien, surely he must mention the date of Tan Thuy Hoang. He was the first Emperor of China. The phrase "Thien oldest to king" is used by Ly Chi to comment on Tan Thuy Hoang, but the descendants still have many controversies for him.
Qin Shi Huang has always been described as a brutal Emperor who was obsessed with assassinations. Later, he was condemned by Confucian historians for burning books and burying Confucian scholars alive. They eventually compiled the "Ten Crimes of Qin" list to describe the tyranny of Qin Shi Huang.
However, Western historians see him as one of the most outstanding figures of all time. He only proclaimed himself after more than 10 years of reunification but reunited China in all aspects, expanded his territory, becoming a great empire in ancient times. Nowadays the name "China" or "Sino" that Westerners call China all come from the "Qin" (Qin) phonetic transcription .
Liu's predecessors established a relatively solid foundation, so that by the time a talented Emperor like him, the Han Dynasty reached a state of extreme prosperity.
Han Yu De Luu Triet carried out a series of policies to strengthen the rule and open the door to the outside. During his reign, the Han dynasty developed a great deal of political and military power, invading invasions into North Korea, Da Lang, Hung No, South Vietnam, Man Viet, Eastern Europe. In addition, Han Wudi also expanded diplomacy, friendship and relations with the countries in the west, expanding the territory east to the Korean peninsula, north to the Gobi desert region, south to the region. Bach Viet and the west reach out to Central Asia.
However, Han Wu De was relatively superstitious, so in the last years of his life, there was a famous "Vu Co chi minh" judgment in history, involving unjustly to Prince Luu Chi and his family. Cong Ton ethnic group and many members of the Liu family.
However, it cannot be denied that, under the Han Dynasty Emperor Luu Triet, the Han Dynasty was very strong and the Chinese territory was nearly doubled.
Thai Tong Ly The Dan is the 2nd Emperor of the Tang Dynasty. Lý Thế Dân was the one who advised his father, Lý Uyên, to start a counter-offensive, with the merits of defeating the heroic roads, bringing about the Tang inheritance, so it was often seen as a " founding father of the Emperor" who co-founded the House. Road with Cao To Street.
Although ascending the throne after the events of Huyen Vu Mon (the event of power struggle, Ly The Dan killed his two brothers, Ly Kien Thanh and Ly Nguyen Cat), but it is undeniable that Thai Tong Duong became a the great emperor
Taizong is often regarded as the greatest emperor of the emperors of Chinese history. Tang Dynasty under the reign of Ly The Dan developed economically and militarily, becoming the largest and most powerful country in the world at that time. The Tang dynasty encompassed most of today's China, part of Vietnam and a large part of Central Asia extending to eastern Kazakhstan.
Thai Tong Duong was also the one who mediated the conflict between the Northern peoples. It was these that laid the foundations for the Tang's prosperity of more than 100 years, becoming the most golden dynasty in ancient Chinese history.
Khang Hi is the only Emperor on this list who is not Han. Khang Hi was the fourth emperor of the Qing Dynasty, posted at the age of 8, and at 14 he began to accept himself.
Since then, he began to eliminate the deity of Ngao Bai, followed by the elimination of Tam Phien chaos, and after a series of wars and positive policies to help the Ai Tan Giac La family firmly hold the position of Emperor in the Central Highlands.
Kangxi is considered to be one of the greatest emperors in Chinese history and is called the Emperor Kangxi. Under his rule, the Qing border was immense, but his descendants were no less lost.
Kangxi is the Emperor who sits on the longest throne in Chinese history (61 years) and is one of the longest standing rulers in world history. His time in office is considered to be the beginning of a period of Khang Can's prosperity that lasted for more than 100 years. Khang Hi's grandson, Qianlong, greatly admired him, so he did not dare to exceed his years of rule, but made good deals.