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Question 1:
Where does Emperor of China live?
910 Fifth Avenue, New York City
Varies according to Dynasty, most recently the Forbidden City in Beijing
The Genoa City Athletic Club
a tower in the Emerald City palace

Question 2: From the ________ to the Qing Dynasty, there have been nearly 400 Emperors.
Tang DynastyQin DynastyHan DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 3: Some emperors, like the ________, after abolishing the position of Crown Prince, placed the succession papers in a sealed box, only to be opened and announced after his death.
Ming DynastyChinaQing DynastyKangxi Emperor

Question 4: For example, various Ming Dynasty princes continued to claim the title after the founding of the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911), and Wu Sangui claimed the title during the ________'s reign.
Kangxi EmperorChinaManchuQianlong Emperor

Question 5: This principle made it possible even for peasants to found a new dynasty, such as Han and Ming; and the establishment of conquest dynasties such as the Mongol-led ________ and Manchu-led Qing Dynasty.
Chagatai KhanateGolden HordeYuan DynastyMongol Empire

Question 6: There are cases where eunuchs wielded absolute power, most prominent was the rule of eunuch Wei Zhongxian during the ________.
Song DynastyHan DynastyTang DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 7: Since the adoption of era name by ________ and up until the Ming Dynasty, the sovereign conventionally changed the era name on a semi-regular basis during his reign.
Emperor Wu of HanHistory of the Han DynastyHan DynastyXinjiang

Question 8: The most prominent example is Kublai Khan, who was also proclaimed the title of ________ of the Mongols apart from the Emperor of China.
KhaganGenghis KhanYuan DynastyMongol Empire

Question 9: Emperors from the same family are generally classified in historical periods known as ________.
DynastyJulio-Claudian dynastyCapetian dynastyMerovingian dynasty

Question 10: The Emperor's position, unless deposed in a rebellion, is always hereditary usually by ________.
PrimogenitureSpainMonarchDenmark







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