throughout the history of china, dynastic substitutions have mainly been the result of mutiny or foreign invasions

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        The history of ancient China is marked by the principalities that preceded the well-known Chinese Dynasties.

        The invasions of the territory caused China to divide into independent feudal kingdoms between the third and fourth centuries. In each kingdom, their leader played the role of religious leader. Meanwhile, the defense of the territory from foreign invasions was left to the nobility.

       At the end of the period of struggle between the principalities, the nobles were stronger than the king himself, and the early Chinese dynasties began to emerge. Each dynasty was replaced by another, usually by war or invasion.