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History of China ANCIENT 3 Sovereigns and 5 Emperors Xia Dynasty 2100–1600 BC Shang Dynasty 1600–1046 BC Zhou Dynasty 1045–256 BC  Western Zhou  Eastern Zhou    Spring and Autumn Period    Warring States Period IMPERIAL Qin Dynasty 221 BC–206 BC Han Dynasty 206 BC–220 AD   Western Han   Xin Dynasty   Eastern Han Three Kingdoms 220–280   Wei, Shu & Wu Jin Dynasty 265–420   Western Jin 16 Kingdoms 304–439   Eastern Jin Southern & Northern Dynasties 420–589 Sui Dynasty 581–618 Tang Dynasty 618–907   ( Second Zhou 690–705 ) 5 Dynasties & 10 Kingdoms 907–960 Liao Dynasty 907–1125 Song Dynasty 960–1279   Northern Song W. Xia   Southern Song Jin Yuan Dynasty 1271–1368 Ming Dynasty 1368–1644 Qing Dynasty 1644–1911 MODERN Republic of China 1912–1949 People's Republic of China 1949–present Republic of China (Taiwan) 1945–present Related articles  Chinese historiography Timeline of Chinese history Dynasties in Chinese history Linguistic history Art history Economic history Education history Science and technology history Legal history Media history Military history Naval history This box: view · talk · edit Territories occupied by different dynasties as well as modern political states throughout the history of China The following is a chronology of the dynasties in Chinese history. In reality, Chinese history is not as neat as is often described and it was rare indeed for one dynasty to end calmly and give way quickly and smoothly to a new one. Dynasties were often established before the overthrow of an existing regime, or continued for a time after they had been defeated. For example, the conventional date 1644 marks the year in which the Manchu Qing dynasty armies occupied Beijing and brought Qing rule to China proper, succeeding the Ming dynasty. However, the Qing dynasty itself was established in 1636 (or even 1616, albeit under a different name), while the last Ming dynasty pretender was not deposed until 1662. This change of ruling houses was a messy and prolonged affair, and the Qing took almost twenty years to extend their control over the whole of China. It is therefore inaccurate to assume China changed suddenly and all at once in the year 1644. In addition, China was divided for long periods of its history, with different regions being ruled by different groups. At times like these, there was not any single dynasty ruling a unified China. As a case in point, there is much dispute about times in and after the Western Zhou period. Dynasty Rulers Years Three Sovereigns and the Five Emperors 三皇五帝 sān huáng wǔ dì (list) before 2070 BC ??? Xia Dynasty 夏 xià (list) 2070–1600 BC 470 Shang Dynasty 商 shāng (list) 1600–1046 BC 554 Western Zhou Dynasty 西周 xī zhōu (list) 1046–771 BC 275 Eastern Zhou Dynasty Traditionally divided into Spring and Autumn Period Warring States Period 東周 / 东周 春秋 戰國 / 战国 dōng zhōu chūn qiū zhàn guó (list) (list) (list) 770–256 BC 722–476 BC 475–221 BC 514 246 254 Qin Dynasty 秦 qín (list) 221–206 BC 15 Western Han Dynasty 西漢 / 西汉 xī hàn (list) 206 BC–AD 9 215 Xin Dynasty 新 xīn (list) 9–23 14 Eastern Han Dynasty 東漢 / 东汉 dōng hàn (list) 25–220 195 Three Kingdoms 三國 / 三国 sān guó (list) 220–265 45 Western Jin Dynasty 西晉 / 西晋 xī jìn (list) 265–317 52 Eastern Jin Dynasty 東晉 / 东晋 dōng jìn (list) 317–420 103 Southern and Northern Dynasties 南北朝 nán běi cháo (list) 420–589 169 Sui Dynasty 隋 suí (list) 581–618 37 Tang Dynasty 唐 táng (list) 618–907 289 Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms 五代十國 / 五代十国 wǔ dài shí guó (list) 907–960 53 Northern Song Dynasty 北宋 běi sòng (list) 960–1127 167 Southern Song Dynasty 南宋 nán sòng (list) 1127–1279 152 Liao Dynasty 遼 / 辽 liáo (list) 916–1125 209 Jin Dynasty 金 jīn (list) 1115–1234 119 Yuan Dynasty 元 yuán (list) 1271–1368 97 Ming Dynasty 明 míng (list) 1368–1644 276 Qing Dynasty 清 qīng (list) 1644–1911 268 Timeline graph See also History of China Conquest Dynasties Timeline of Chinese history List of Chinese monarchs List of recipients of tribute from China List of tributaries of Imperial China Xia Shang Zhou Chronology Project Dynastic cycle References This article contains Chinese text. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Chinese characters. China Handbook Editorial Committee, China Handbook Series: History (trans., Dun J. Li), Beijing, 1982, 188-89; and Shao Chang Lee, "China's Cultural Development" (wall chart), East Lansing, 1984.