5. The conquest of the ram
While Pu Gong (alias Líu Bang) was still street warden of the town of Péi,
he dreamt that he was running after a ram and that he pulled off its horns and tail:
It was explained to him the following:
yáng: ram, whose horns and tail are pulled off,
gives wáng: king.
Indeed, after having defended the town of Péi,
Líu Bang became Duke of Péi,
then in 202 BC, emperor, under the name of Gao zu
and founded the Hàn dynasty.