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Shih Huang Ti

[shœ hwahng tee] /ˈʃœ ˈʰwɑŋ ˈti/
noun
1.
259–210 b.c, Chinese emperor c247–210 b.c. initiated the building of the Great Wall of China.
Also, (Pinyin) Shi Huang Di.
Also called Ch'in Shih Huang Ti.
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  • The Shih Huang Ti was not revered by succeeding ages for the great mission which he performed.

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  • They effected a compromise between the past and the governmental, military, and political system created by the Shih Huang Ti.

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