Wu zetian

En el año 654, una hija recién nacida de Wu fue asesinada, y Wu acusó a la concubina Xiao y a la Emperatriz Wang del crimen.6 De esta forma, Wu consiguió ser nombrada emperatriz consorte y, según la tradición, ella misma se encargó de torturar hasta la muerte a sus rivales, la concubina Xiao y la emperatriz Wang. Algunos historiadores chinos han mantenido que el asesinato de la niña habría sido obra de la propia Wu para inculpar a sus rivales,

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Queens Throughout History: Part I: Nefertiti/Theodora/Wu Zetian/Eleanor/Zabel/Seondeok/Nzinga/Catherine/

Queens Throughout History: Part I: Nefertiti/Theodora/Wu Zetian/Eleanor/Zabel/Seondeok/Nzinga/Catherine/

The Empress of China 《少女武则天》 - Fan Bingbing, Zhang Fengyi, Zhang Ting - Page 2

The Empress of China 《少女武则天》 - Fan Bingbing, Zhang Fengyi, Zhang Ting - Page 2

Hoy queremos hablaros de las emperatrices chinas. Mujeres que estuvieron en el poder en un mundo de hombres.  http://subastadeantiguedades.es/emperatrices-chinas/

El poder de una mujer: Wu Zetian, la Emperatriz china que se convirtió en un dios viviente

Zuhair Murad Fall/Winter 2011-2012 couture collection - inspired by the Chinese Empress Wu Zetian (武则天).  Purple Evening Cocktail

Zuhair Murad Fall/Winter 2011-2012 couture collection - inspired by the Chinese Empress Wu Zetian (武则天). Purple Evening Cocktail

Empress Wu Zetian  Tang Dynasty China (625-705 AD)  was Wu Zetian, the only female in Chinese history to rule as emperor. To some she was an autocrat, ruthless in her desire to gain and keep power. To others she, as a woman doing a "man's job," merely did what she had to do, and acted no differently than most male emperors of her day. They also note that she managed to effectively rule China during one of its more peaceful and culturally diverse periods.

Empress Wu Zetian Tang Dynasty China (625-705 AD) was Wu Zetian, the only female in Chinese history to rule as emperor. To some she was an autocrat, ruthless in her desire to gain and keep power. To others she, as a woman doing a "man's job," merely did what she had to do, and acted no differently than most male emperors of her day. They also note that she managed to effectively rule China during one of its more peaceful and culturally diverse periods.

The Empress of China 武则天 Wu Zetian - Ancient Series Discussions - Ancient Chinese Series & Wuxia

The Empress of China 武则天 Wu Zetian - Ancient Series Discussions - Ancient Chinese Series & Wuxia

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