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5000–3000 B.C.E. Yangshao society
2200–1766 B.C.E. Xia dynasty
1766–1122 B.C.E. Shang dynasty
1122–256 B.C.E. Zhou dynasty
403–221 B.C.E. Period of the Warring States
yao a member of a mountain-dwelling people of southern China.
sheng the sheng is a Chinese mouth-blown free reed instrument consisting of vertical pipes
yu didn't find definition
shia didn't find definition
shang A Chinese dynasty (traditionally dated whose second capital was present-day Anyang. The dynasty's reign was marked by a complex social structure, the development of a written language, and the use of bronze. [Mandarin shāng, from Middle Chinese
zhou didn't find definition
chzu didn't find definition
mandate of heaven is an ancient Chinese belief and philosophical idea that granted emperors the right to rule based on their ability to govern well and fairly.
legitimacy is the popular acceptance of an authority, usually a governing law or a régime.
conspicuous attracting notice or attention
mariners a sailor.
scribes a person who copies out documents, especially one employed to do this before printing was invented.
secular denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis
yanzi didn't find definition
yellow river The Yellow River or Huáng Hé is the third-longest river in Asia
early china political Used princes and relatives to rule regions. Consequence: weak central government and rise of regional powers
early china interactions with enviroment Water source at high plateau of Tibet, Loess soil carried by the river's water, hence "yellow, and Loess provided rich soil, soft and easy to work
early china religion no religion
early china art and architecture no art
early china technology Bronze metallurgy, monopolized by ruling elite Horses and chariots traveled with Indo-European migrants to China Agricultural surpluses supported large troops
early china economics Consequence: weak central government and rise of regional powers
early china society Excavations at Banpo village: fine pottery, bone tools The Xia dynasty Archeological discovery of the Xia is still in its early stages Established about 2200 B.C.E. Legendary King Yu, the dynasty founder, a hero of flood control
Society and family in ancient China politics Trade networks linked China with west and south Oar-propelled boats traded with Korea and offshore islands Peasants, the majority of population Landless peasants provided labor Lived in small subterranean houses
Early Chinese writing and cultural development politics no politics
Early Chinese writing and cultural development interactions with environment no interruptions with environment
Early Chinese writing and cultural development religion Absence of organized religion and priestly class
Early Chinese writing and cultural development art and architecture Early Chinese writing, from pictograph to ideograph
Early Chinese writing and cultural development technology More than two thousand characters identified on oracle bones Modern Chinese writing is direct descendant of Shang writing Thought and literature
Early Chinese writing and cultural development economics no economics
Early Chinese writing and cultural development society Thought and literature
Ancient China and the larger world politics no politics
Ancient China and the larger world interactions with environment Nomads did not imitate Chinese ways Nomads relied on grains and
Ancient China and the larger world religion no religion
Ancient China and the larger world art and architecture no art
Ancient China and the larger world technology Adopted Chinese political and social traditions and writing
Ancient China and the larger world economics Many were assimilated into Chinese agricultural society Some were pushed to hills and mountains
Ancient China and the larger world society Chinese cultivators and nomadic peoples of central Asia Nomadic peoples of the steppe lands--herders
Created by: azerette2019