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According to the Hou Hanshu his father Touluhou had been serving in the Southern Xiongnu army for three years.
( According to Hou Han Shu, while much younger, when Liu Xiu was visiting the capital Chang ' an, he became impressed with the mayor of the capital ( zhijinwu, 執金吾 ) and, already impressed by Yin's beauty, he made the remarks: " If I were to be an official, I want to be zhijinwu ; if I were to marry, I want to marry Yin Lihua ".
According to ' The Chapter on the Western Regions ' of the Hou Hanshu ( Book of Later Han ), which was based on a report to the Emperor c. 125, but was not compiled until the 5th century:
According to Hou Hanshu, General Ban Chao went on a punitive campaign against Yanqi in 94 AD after they attacked and killed the Protector General Chen Mu and Vice Commandant Guo Xun in 75 AD.
According to Sima Biao's Spring and Autumn Annals of the Nine Provinces ( 九州春秋 ), Hou once sent a man to graze a band of 15 horses outside the city, but the man drove the horse towards Xiaopei, intending to defect to Liu Bei.
According to Hou Han Shu, when Liu Xiu was visiting the capital Chang ' an, he became impressed with the mayor of the capital ( zhijinwu, 執金吾 ) and, already impressed by Yin's beauty, he made the remarks: " If I were to be an official, I want to be zhijinwu ; if I were to marry, I want to marry Yin Lihua ".
) According to Hou Han Shu, the Yins were descended from the famed Spring and Autumn Period Qi prime minister Guan Zhong.
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According to the Shiji ( c. 123 ) and the Hanshu ( c. 96 ), a daughter from the Han prince, Liu Jian, was sent to the ruler ( kunmo or kunmi ) of the Wusun between 110 BCE and 105 BCE.
According to Hanshu (' History of the Former Han ', covering the period from 125 BCE to 23 CE ), Khotan had 3, 300 households, 19, 300 individuals and 2, 400 people able to bear arms.
According to Hanshu, the various states of the Western Regions, including Yanqi, were controlled by the Xiongnu, but later came under the influence of the Han Dynasty after its show of force when it attacked Dayuan ( Fergana ) late 2nd century BC.
According to the book Hanshu, Dilizhi, the Giao Chỉ district contained 10 suburban districts ( huyện ): Liên Lâu, An Định, Câu Lậu, Mê Linh, Khúc Dương, Bắc Đái, Kê Từ, Tây Vu, Long Biên and Chu Diên.
According to record from Shiji and Hanshu, the battle was so swift and one-sided that the Han forces " returned with all warriors intact " ( 全甲兵而還 ), implying a near-zero casualty rate.
Hou and Hanshu
A Roman embassy of Emperor Marcus Aurelius ( r. 161 – 180 CE ) is recorded in the Hou Hanshu to have reached the court of Emperor Huan of Han ( r. 146 – 168 CE ) in 166 CE, yet Rafe de Crespigny asserts that this was most likely a group of Roman merchants.
The Later Han Dynasty Chinese chronicle, the Hou Hanshu, 88 ( covering the period 25 – 220 and completed in the 5th century ), mentioned a report that the steppe land Yancai was now known as Alanliao ( 阿蘭聊 ):
Some say that the Chinese Emperor Wu became interested in developing commercial relationships with the sophisticated urban civilizations of Ferghana, Bactria and Parthian Empire: " The Son of Heaven on hearing all this reasoned thus: Ferghana ( Dayuan ) and the possessions of Bactria ( Ta-Hsia ) and Parthian Empire ( Anxi ) are large countries, full of rare things, with a population living in fixed abodes and given to occupations somewhat identical with those of the Chinese people, but with weak armies, and placing great value on the rich produce of China " ( Hou Hanshu, Later Han History ).
The fact that the Weishu states the Kumo Xi spoke the same language as the Khitan and that the Hou Hanshu states the Wuhuan spoke the same language as the Xianbei indicate relative linguistic homogeneity within the Xianbei and a common Mongolic identity of the Wuhuan and Xianbei as remnants of the Donghu confederation.
* 2 BCE: The Hou Hanshu records the visit in 2 BCE of Yuezhi envoys to the Chinese capital, who give oral teachings on Buddhist sutras.
The Book of the Later Han, Hou Hanshu, states that general Ban Chao fought battles near Khotan with a Kushan army of 70, 000 men led by an otherwise unknown Kushan viceroy named Xie ( Chinese: 謝 ) in 90 CE.
Later, the Chinese historical chronicle Hou Hanshu describes the enquiry about Buddhism made around 67 CE by the emperor Emperor Ming ( 58-75 CE ).