In 1644, the Manchus invaded China, and set up a new dynasty known as the Qing Dynasty. Qing means ‘pure’ in Chinese. The Qing Dynasty would rule China for the next 300 years.
Qing emperors used their military forces to extend their empire outward, conquering Mongolia, Taiwan, Tibet, and much of the territory in western Asia that had long been inhabited by nomads. As a result, the Qing Dynasty ruled a larger territory than any earlier Chinese dynasty.
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Spartacus was an escaped Roman slave who led an army of 90,000 escaped slaves against the might of the Romans.