Timeline of Chinese history

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Chinese historiography
Timeline of Chinese history
Dynasties in Chinese history
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The following is a timeline of the history of China. Between the changing of the dynasties, most dates overlap as ruling periods do not transfer immediately. Dates prior to 841 BC (beginning of the Gonghe regency) are provisional and subject to dispute.


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