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អធិរាជជិនមូ In 361, Emperor Mu died without a son. Empress Dowager Chu therefore ordered that his cousin, Sima Pi the Prince of Langye, be made emperor. Sima Pi then succeeded to the throne as Emperor Ai.
អធិរាជជិនមូ Due to Emperor Mu's young age, his mother Empress Dowager Chu became the ruling authority at court and served as regent, although she largely followed the advice of He Chong and Sima Yu the Prince of Kuaiji, who served as co-prime ministers. (Sima Yu took that position after Empress Dowager Chu's father, Chu Pou (褚裒), declined) After He Chong's death in 346, his role was taken by Cai Mo (蔡謨).
អធិរាជជិនមូ In 358, Sima Yu offered to resign all of his powers, but Emperor Mu declined. Later that year, a northern campaign by the general Xun Xian (荀羨), intending to recapture the Shandong Peninsula, failed.
អធិរាជជិនមូ In 349, with rival Later Zhao in a state of disarray following the death of its emperor Shi Hu and the subsequent internecine warfare between his sons and his adopted grandson Shi Min, many of Later Zhao's southern provinces switched their allegiance to Jin, and Huan prepared a northern excursion. Instead, the imperial government, under Sima Yu and Yin, sent Emperor Mu's grandfather Chu Pou. Chu, however, withdrew after some initial failures, and the campaign resulted in the death of many civilians who were intending to defect to Jin. (He died in distress soon thereafter) Minor campaigns carried out by the general Sima Xun (司馬勳) were also largely unsuccessful.
អធិរាជជិនមូ Sima Dan was born in 343, during the reign of his father Emperor Kang, by Empress Chu Suanzi, Emperor Kang's wife. He was his father's only son. When he was only one year old in 344, Emperor Kang grew seriously ill. His granduncles from his paternal grandmother's side, the key officials Yu Bing (庾冰) and Yu Yi (庾翼), wanted to support his granduncle, the son of his great-grandfather Emperor Yuan, Sima Yu the Prince of Kuaiji, as the new emperor, but Emperor Kang accepted the advice of another key official, He Chong (何充), and decided to pass the throne to Sima Dan despite his young age. (He Chong had, two years earlier, given identical advice to Emperor Kang's older brother and predecessor Emperor Cheng (i.e., he should pass the throne to a son), but was not listened to then) He therefore created Sima Dan crown prince. He died less than a month later, and Crown Prince Dan succeeded to the throne as Emperor Mu.
ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រចិន រាជវង្សសុងត្រូវបានចាត់ទុកដោយមនុស្សជាច្រើនថាជាចំនុចកំពូល នៃវិទ្យាសាស្ត្រ និងបច្ចេកវិទ្យាចិនបុរាណ ដោយមន្ត្រីបណ្ឌិតបង្កើតថ្មីដូចជា[[[[ស៊ូ សុង]](Su Song) (១០២០-១១០១) និង[[សិន ខួ]](Shen Kuo) (១០៣១-១០៩៥) ។ មានសវនការសម្ងាត់រវាងអង្គបក្សដិបក្សនយោបាយពីរ ខាងអ្នកកំណែទម្រង់ និងអ្នកអភិរក្ស ដែលដឹកនាំដោយ ឧត្ដមមន្ត្រី [[វ៉ាង អានស៊ឺ]](Wang Anshi) និង[[ស៊ឺម៉ា គ័ង]](Sima Guang)រៀងៗខ្លួន ។ នៅចាប់ពីពាក់កណ្ដាលដល់ចុងសតវត្សទី១៣ជនជាតិចិនបានប្រកាន់យកដាច់ណាត់នូវទស្សនវិជ្ជានៃ[[អ្នកខុងជឺថ្មី]]បានបង្កើតឡើងដោយ [[ជូ ស៊ី]](Zhu Xi) ។ មានស្នាដៃអក្សសិល្ប៍ជាច្រើនសន្ធឹកបាននិពន្ធឡើងកំឡុងរាជវង្សសុងដូចជា ស្នាដៃប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រនៃ"[[ជឺជឺ ថុងជាន]]" ។ វប្បធ៌ម និងសិល្បៈបានរីកចំរើនរួមមានស្នាដៃសិល្បៈដូចជា"[[តាមដងទន្លេកំឡុងពេលបុណ្យឈិងមិង]]" និង"[[ចំរៀងខ្លុយពនេចរទាំង១៨បទ]]"ពេលនោះក៏មានពួកវិចិត្រករខាងពុទ្ធនិយមដូចជា [[លីន ធ្រីងកួយ]](Lin Tinggui) ដែរ។
ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រចិន ទោះបីជាមានការមិនឯកភាពថា តើរាជវង្សនេះមាន រឺ អត់ អោយប្រាកដក៏ដោយ ក៏មានភស្តុតាងខាងបុរាណវត្ថុខ្លះបង្ហាញថាមានវត្តមាននៃរាជវង្សនេះដែលអាចទៅរួច ។ អ្នកប្រវត្តិវិទូស៊ឺម៉ា ឈាន(Sima Qian) (១៤៥-៩០ មុនគ.ស.)​​ដែលជាអ្នកកត់ត្រា"ស៊ឺជី"(Shiji) រឺក៏ "កំណត់ត្រានៃមហាប្រវត្តិវិទូ"ហើយនិងកាលប្បវត្តិដែលបានហៅថា"កាលប្បវត្តិឫស្សី"ចុះកាលបរិច្ឆេទការកកើតនៃរាជវង្សសៀ​កាលពី៤២០០ឆ្នាំមុន ក៏ប៉ុន្តែកាលបរិច្ឆេទនេះមិនទាន់ជាក់លាក់នៅឡើយ ។. អ្នកបុរាណវត្ថុភាគច្រើនឥឡូវនេះបានភ្ជាប់រាជវង្សសៀ​ទៅនឹងកំណាយ នៅឯអឺលីធូ(Erlitou)ក្នុងខេត្តហឺណាន(Henan)ភាគកណ្ដាល ជាកន្លែងដែលចង្ក្រានរំលាយសំរិទ្ធិមួយតាំងពីប្រហែល២០០០ឆ្នាំមុនគ.ស.ត្រូវបានជីកកកាយឃើញ ។ សញ្ញាណសំគាល់ដំបូងដែលបានមកពីសម័យនេះបានរកឃើញលើគ្រឿងស្មូននិងសំបកខ្ចៅខ្យងត្រូវបានគិតថាជាដូនតា នៃតួអក្សរចិនសម័យទំនើបនេះ ។ ជាមួយគ្នាកំណត់ត្រាដ៏ច្បាស់លាស់តិចតួចដែលត្រូវគ្នានឹងឆ្អឹងទំនាយរាជវង្សស្ឆាង រឺក៏ ការសរសេរលើភាជន៍សំរិទ្ធិរាជវង្សចូវ សម័យរាជការសៀនៅតែអាចយល់បានតិចតួចនៅឡើយ ។
អធិរាជជិនមូ In spring 357, as Emperor Mu had his rite of passage (at age 13), Empress Dowager Chu terminated her own regency, and from that point on, Emperor Mu became officially the decision maker, although effectively, Sima Yu and Huan Wen continued to make the decisions.
រាជវង្សហាន Some important texts were created and studied by scholars. Philosophical works written by Yang Xiong (53 BC – 18 AD), Huan Tan (43 BC – 28 AD), Wang Chong (27–100 AD), and Wang Fu (78–163 AD) questioned whether human nature was innately good or evil and posed challenges to Dong's universal order. The "Records of the Grand Historian" by Sima Tan (d. 110 BC) and his son Sima Qian (145–86 BC) established the standard model for all of imperial China's Standard Histories, such as the "Book of Han" written by Ban Biao (3–54 AD), his son Ban Gu (32–92 AD), and his daughter Ban Zhao (45–116 AD). There were dictionaries such as the "Shuowen Jiezi" by Xu Shen (c. 58 – c. 147 AD) and the "Fangyan" by Yang Xiong. Biographies on important figures were written by various gentrymen. Han dynasty poetry was dominated by the "fu" genre, which achieved its greatest prominence during the reign of Emperor Wu.
អធិរាជជិនមូ Emperor Mu of Jin (; 343 – July 10, 361), personal name Sima Dan (司馬聃), courtesy name Pengzi (彭子), was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420). While he "reigned" 17 years, most of the years were as a child, with the actual power in such figures as his mother Empress Chu Suanzi, He Chong (何充), his granduncle Sima Yu the Prince of Kuaiji, Yin Hao, and Huan Wen. It was during his reign that Jin's territory temporarily expanded to its greatest extent since the fall of northern China to Han Zhao, as Huan destroyed Cheng Han and added its territory to Jin's, and Later Zhao's collapse allowed Jin to regain most of the territory south of the Yellow River.