Shangguan Wan'er: the First Woman Premier in China

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However, one might wonder if things would actually have gone much worse for the empire if Empress Wei and Princess Anle had really started a new dynasty under the Wei family.

After all, Li Longji's great Kaiyuan era was followed by the corruption and degeneration of his Tianbao reign, and then the catastrophic An Lushan rebellion, the effects of which the Tang dynasty would never fully recover from.

(Source: chinahistoryforum.com)

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Shangguan Wan'er: the First Woman Premier in China

However, one might wonder if things would actually have gone much worse for the empire if Empress Wei and Princess Anle had really started a new dynasty under the Wei family.

After all, Li Longji's great Kaiyuan era was followed by the corruption and degeneration of his Tianbao reign, and then the catastrophic An Lushan rebellion, the effects of which the Tang dynasty would never fully recover from.

(Source: chinahistoryforum.com)

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