Even though Taizong, Wu Zetian, and the Xuanzong that is first had policies which any ruler could keep, their reigns had been successful because of their specific personalities and how they implemented the policies and reforms they created.
Justin Wintle writes, “In retrospect, the Tang placed too great a faith within their talents that are own imperial rulers” (139). In the case of all three among these emperors, their talents that are individual never be utilized in a successor. Continue reading “Decline & Fall of Tang. It never again met its own former standard of excellence except in individual emperors such as Xianzong and Xuanzong II as one can see, the Tang Dynasty continued to hold on to power after 763 CE but.”