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Trent vocabulary

Beijing the capitol of china
loess a yellowish brown soil that blows in from a desert
terrace a platform of earth that looks like stairs
levee a dike used to control flooding
double cropping a process in witch 2 crops are grown on the same land in the same year
shi huangdi King of quin who created the first unefied chinese empireand became the first chinese emperor
wu di chinese emperor who increased authority during the Han dynasty.
pictograph a picture that represents a word
oracle bone a bone commonly used during the Shang Dynasty in China to predict the future
province political division
ancestor a relative that lived longer ago than a grandparent
civil services a practice of using skills and talents to work in the government
middleman people who go between buyers and sellers
great wall a wall in China originally built for protection from northern invaders that over centuries was extended to more than 4300 miles.
silk road a trading route that connected Europe and lands of the former Roman empire with China
confucius Chinese teacher of morals that came to embody the core of Confucianism
mencius Disiple of Confucius who is regarded as second only to Confusius as the confounder of Confucianism.
noblilty a high ranking social class
analects a collection of sayings by Confucius.
daoism the belief in finding the "way" or the dao, of the universe.
Created by: tmiller