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Encyclopedia > 299 BC

Centuries: 4th century BC - 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC

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  • Qin attacks 8 cities of Chu. Chu then sent an envoy to ask the King of Huai to go to Qin to negotiate peace. Qu Yuan risked his life to go up to the court to weigh the consequences to persuade King of Huai not to go the negotiation.

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In 403 BC, the three major families of Jin, with the approval of the Zhou king, partition Jin into three states (三家分晉): the State of Han, the State of Zhao, and the State of Wei.
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