The illustrations in this series of articles are from the work of Chinese illustrator Xiao Ling Chun (小鈴春)
Xiao Ling Chun combines the features of Chinese historical relics and shows the characteristics of women's hanfu clothing in different periods of ancient China through illustrations.
The Han Dynasty was a great unification dynasty after the Qin Dynasty, divided into the Western Han and Eastern Han periods, with a total of 29 emperors and reigning for 405 years.
The Han Dynasty was the first golden period in the history of China's development, and the Han Chinese were named during this period. Although the names of the dynasties have changed since the Han Dynasty, the status of the Han as the main ethnic group in China has remained unchanged.
Western Han (202 BC – 8 AD)
Xin dynasty (9–23 AD)
Eastern Han (25–220 AD)
Wei, Jin, the Southern and Northern Dynasties
Wei, Jin, the Southern and Northern Dynasties were the most frequent period of regime change in Chinese history, mainly divided into the Three Kingdoms (Cao Wei, Shu Han, and Eastern Wu), Western Jin, Eastern Jin, Sixteen Kingdoms, Northern and Southern dynasties.
The development of Chinese culture during this period was particularly affected by the long period of feudal fragmentation and continuous wars. At the same time, this period was also a period of great change in the history of ancient Chinese costumes, with dress styles tending to diversify.
Three Kingdoms (220-280 AD)
Western Jin Dynasty (265-317 AD)
Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420 AD)
Sixteen Kingdoms (304-439 AD)
Southern Dynasties (420-589 AD)
Northern Dynasties (389-581 AD)