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(Willis) Early China

Which landform separates China from its neighbors to the north? the Gobi Desert
Flooded rivers in China left _______, which allowed people to grow crops in the rich soil. silt deposits
The Shang were the first people in China to develop a ________. writing system
The Zhou leaders granted land in return for loyalty, military support, and other services in order to gain peoples’________ . Loyalty and support
Confucius stated that_______, not laws, would bring order to China. moral leadership
The ideas of Confucius were compiled into a book called the_____. Analects
The philosophy of Daoism believes that all people should live in harmony with _____. nature
According to the guidelines of Confucius, _____ should obey their husbands. Wives
Legalism, Confucianism, & _______ were intended to help society. Daoism
Who was the most famous Daoist teacher? Laozi
Shi Huangdi was a follower of what philosophy? Legalism
China became ______ under Qin rule. unified
What became easier when all people in China began using the same coins and the same writing system? Trade
What did Shi Huangdi have built to protect China? The Great Wall
What happened to China when Qin Shihuangdi died? Civil war
Who was the only common person to become emperor? Liu Bang
Which philosophy became China’s official government policy under Wudi? Confucianism
Because of Confucianism, honoring one’s ______ was of the highest importance to Chinese people during the Han dynasty. Family
China became _____, which led them to make contact with other cultures. prosperous
Which two inventions allowed the Chinese to till more land and raise more crops? Iron Plow & Wheelbarrow
The Silk Road began in China and ended at the _________Sea. Mediterranean
China became wealthy because of the popularity of _____in Rome silk
This was a period of violence that made people look for ways to restore order. Warring States Period
Unifying China was his greatest achievement. Qin Shihuangdi
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