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Hongwu Imperator (r. 1368–1398)

Domus Ming (Mandarinice: 明朝; pinyin: Míng Cháo; IPA: [mǐŋ tʂʰɑ̌ʊ̯]), vel Imperium Magni Ming (Mandarinice simpliciter: 大明国; Mandarinice antique: 大明國; pinyin: Dà Míng Guó, etiam temporibuis mixtis Mandarinice simpliciter: 大明帝国; Mandarinice antique: 大明帝國; pinyin: Dà Míng Dìguó), fuit ab anno 1368 ad annum 1644, post defectionem Domus Yuan (ab Imperio Mongol ductae) imperatoria Sinarum domus. "Una ex maximis gubernationis compositae constantiaeque socialis in historia hominum aetatibus" appellata,[1] domus fuit ultima in Sinis ab Han ethnicis imperata. Anno 1644 defecit Pechinum, caput imperii, ob seditionem a Li Zicheng ductam, qui Domus Shun constituit, quae mox a Domu Qing (ab Imperio Manchu ducta) vicissim substituta est, sed administrationes regno Ming fideles (appellatae Ming Meridionales) usque ad 1662 supererant. Et 明 Míng Sinice dicit "lucidus".

Sub regno Ming, ingens classis constructa est, et exercitus stabilis? decies centum milia militum accumulatus est.[2] Fuerunt per primam saeculi quinti decimi quadrantem? immania constructionis incepta, quae refectionem Grandis Canalis, perductionem Magni Muri, et aedificationem Urbis Interdictae Pechini comprehenderunt. Domus Ming saepe habetur summa humano culto Sinensis et aetas ubi prima capitalismi indicia apparuerunt.[3]

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  1. "The European Voyages of Exploration & The Ming Dynasty's Maritime History". The University of Calgary 
  2. Ebrey, Walthall, et Palais 2006:271.
  3. Li & Zheng (2001), 950.

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Urbs interdicta, imperatoriae domuum Ming Qingque aedes, ab anno 1420 ad annum 1924, cum Respublica Sinensis Imperatorem Puyi ex curia interiore expelleret.
Mattheus Riccius Maceratensis, ab Yu Wenhui anno 1610 (Riccio nuper mortuo) pictus
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