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5000-3000 B.C.E Yangshao society
2200-1766 B.C.E. The Xia dynasty
1766-1122 B.C.E. The Shang dynasty
1122-256 B.C.E. The Zhou dynasty
(403-221 B.C.E.) The Warring States
2200 B.C.E. Legendary King Yu, the dynasty founder, a hero of flood control
The Xia dynasty politics control over religion
The Xia dynasty environment They use there yellow river as agriculture
The Xia dynasty religion Mandate of heaven, the right to rule
The Xia dynasty art fine pottery, palace, flood projects
The Xia dynasty technology bronze and bone tools
The Xia dynasty economy agriculture trades with nomadic people
The Xia dynasty society social classes
The Shang dynasty politics militaries forces and rules in small towns
The Shang dynasty environment Use yellow river as agriculture
The Shang dynasty religion Buried kings with valuable things and next to friends
The Shang dynasty art royal palaces, walls, residents and tombs
The Shang dynasty technology bronze tools, chariot and system of writing
The Shang dynasty economy trades and crafts
The Shang dynasty society created there societies base on cities next to rivers that created agriculture
The Zhou dynasty politics They didn't have law codes in there society only rulers have the rules fair for them
The Zhou dynasty environment agriculture next to river
The Zhou dynasty religion Mandate of heaven, the right to rule
The Zhou dynasty art tombs and projects of floods
The Zhou dynasty technology tools of bronze
The Zhou dynasty economy trades
The Zhou dynasty society social class
The Yellow River The Yellow River or Huang He is the third-longest river in Asia
The Yangtze River The Yangtze River, known in China as the Chang Jiang or the Yangzi, is the longest river in Asia and the third-longest in the world
Secular No believes in a god( No Religion )
Scribes A person that writes documents of life and history
Mariners People that travels throughout sea
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