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Question 1: Hàn Guāng Wǔ Dì is equivalent to Dōng Hàn Guāng Wǔ Dì since he was the founder of the Eastern (dōng) ________.
Tang DynastySong DynastyHan DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 2: Chinese sovereign is the ruler of a particular period in ancient ________.
Religion in ChinaChinaTime in ChinaProvince (China)

Question 3: Táng Āi Dì Lǐ Zhù (唐哀帝 李柷), also known as Táng Zhāo Xuān Dì (唐昭宣帝), was last emperor of the ________ reigning from 904 to 907.
Han DynastySong DynastyMing DynastyTang Dynasty

Question 4: From the ________, the title Huangdi could also be abbreviated to huang or di.
Song DynastyTang DynastyHan DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 5: All sovereigns starting from the ________ are contemporarily referred to using the temple names.
Han DynastyMing DynastyTang DynastySong Dynasty

Question 6: This title continued in use until the fall of the ________ in 1911.
Ming DynastyYuan DynastyQing DynastyChina

Question 7: Since all legitimate rulers of China after Qin Shi Huang can be titled ________, in English they can be referred to by "Emperor of" and the name of his respective dynasty after the temple or posthumous name.
Ming DynastyHan DynastyQing DynastyEmperor of China

Question 8: This is based on the concept of "________." The theory behind this was that the Chinese emperor acted as the "Son of Heaven." As the only legitimate ruler, his authority extended to "All under heaven" and had neighbors only in a geographical sense.
Mandate of HeavenMonarchyMonarchDivine right of kings

Question 9: ________ styled himself, Xīchǔ Bàwáng (“西楚霸王,” lit.
Chu–Han contentionZhang Liang (Western Han)Xiang YuFan Zeng

Question 10: In principle, the title of emperor was transmitted from father to son via primogeniture, as endorsed by ________.
ConfuciusHan DynastyChinese philosophyConfucianism


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