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Map of en:Han Dynasty empire 87 BC, showing the capital en:Chang'an and the location of all en:commandery seats. In the Western Regions, a number of pretectorates were Han vassals and under the nominal authority of the Chief Protector of the Western Regions appointed by the Han court. en:Category:Maps of the history of China

Source Created and copyright (2004) by Yuninjie. Released under the GNU FDL. The northern border is the line of the en:Qin Dynasty en:Great Wall. Trade routes are generally based on the work of en:Joseph Needham. Selected non-Chinese peoples are also shown.
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